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American Forces Network Radio (1950-2012) YouTube Presentation
Sit back and enjoy this 15 minute YouTube presentation featuring
snippets of AFN stations from around the world, from 1950 to 2012.
Many thanks to Jonny Saiga for publishing this on YouTube.
American Forces Network Radio audiovisual montage (1950-2012)
Published by Jonny Saiga on YouTube.
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