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Air Force Recruiter Assistance Program

Airman 1st Class Destiny Patchin, a fuels apprentice with the 509th Logistics Readiness Squadron, and Airman Shelby Pruitt, a photojournalist with 502nd Air Base Wing Public Affairs, pose by an Air Force recruitment vehicle July 2, 2018, outside the U.S. Air Force Recruiting Office in Sandusky, Ohio, while participating in the Recruiters Assistance Program. RAP is designed for Airmen to work with Air Force recruiters by returning them to their hometowns. (Courtesy photo)

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