What military recruiters aren’t telling kids

A friend of mine is a member of the Orange County Recruitment Awareness Project, a group of people that hand out leaflets to high school students letting them know what military recruiters don’t’ tell them.

It’s hard to argue that recruiters don’t lie to our children about educational benefits—the #1 reason why they sign up in the first place—and you can read this story at ABC News about some other low things recruiters have done.

My friend is coordinating a leafleting event at an Orange County High School this coming Monday, November 20.  It will take place very early in the morning—we’re talking zero period—right about 7 a.m.  It usually lasts for an hour.

If you or someone you know would like to participate, email Thu-Trang Tran: autumnpage@gmail.com.  If you can’t make it this time, but you are interested, email her and tell her to hit you up next time.

  2 comments for “What military recruiters aren’t telling kids

  1. Max Powers
    November 18, 2006 at 9:46 am

    “Orange County Recruitment Awareness Project”? That’s the best acronym I’ve seen today.

  2. Publius
    November 18, 2006 at 1:09 pm

    OCRAP! That’s right up there with my all time favorite – Children Uniting Nations Together. LOL

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