Watch American Forces Network Live Radio from USA | Free Watch TV

Watch American Forces Network Live Radio from USA | Free Watch TV

AFRTS, American Forces Network and AFN are registered trademarks of the U.S. Department of Defense. Description from en.wikipedia.org. I searched for this on bing.com/images

AFRTS, American Forces Network and AFN are registered trademarks of the U.S. Department of Defense. Description from en.wikipedia.org. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Over a million U.S. service members and their families assigned overseas will be able to watch Joni and Friends television programas it will begin broadcasting Jan. 17, 2013 on American Forces Network(AFN).  Joni and Friends TV program will be broadcast to more than 175 countries and U.S. territories and will provide encouragement and Christ-centered messages of hope, love and grace.  Awesome! and so needed!

Over a million U.S. service members and their families assigned overseas will be able to watch Joni and Friends television programas it will begin broadcasting Jan. 17, 2013 on American Forces Network(AFN). Joni and Friends TV program will be broadcast to more than 175 countries and U.S. territories and will provide encouragement and Christ-centered messages of hope, love and grace. Awesome! and so needed!

I deployed to Iraq from 2006 to 2007, during a time when every single day you worried that a random IED, rocket, or mortar attack would take your life. (Al Anbar province was a bad place to be in those days.) Yet Sundays were special. Because on Sundays, the Armed Forces Network would broadcast as many NFL games as possible. Each of us watched, knowing that in some small way, deployed to a hostile combat zone, what we did helped preserve the American way of life that we all hold dear…

I deployed to Iraq from 2006 to 2007, during a time when every single day you worried that a random IED, rocket, or mortar attack would take your life. (Al Anbar province was a bad place to be in those days.) Yet Sundays were special. Because on Sundays, the Armed Forces Network would broadcast as many NFL games as possible. Each of us watched, knowing that in some small way, deployed to a hostile combat zone, what we did helped preserve the American way of life that we all hold dear…

Mr. Boardman’s interview with American Forces Radio Network that aired on the Armed Forces Network in 177 countries and every U.S. Navy ship at sea.

Mr. Boardman’s interview with American Forces Radio Network that aired on the Armed Forces Network in 177 countries and every U.S. Navy ship at sea.

▶ Lieutenant Colonel Robert Cranston at AFN (American Forces Network) radio station...HD Stock Footage - YouTube

▶ Lieutenant Colonel Robert Cranston at AFN (American Forces Network) radio station...HD Stock Footage - YouTube

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