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Aim High application gets updated feature to help any Airman become a recruiter

Capt. Michael Bambarger, the Aim High App functional manager, displays the Aim High mobile application's menu where a new feature called "Refer a Friend" was added Jan. 10, 2023 that allows any app user to assist in the Air Force’s recruiting efforts. The app, developed by Air Force Recruiting Service, inspires users through a variety of unique experiences, attracting the most talented individuals and educating them on Air Force career opportunities. Users can participate in events, share content and invite family and friends to follow their initial training experience. (U.S. Air Force photo by Chrissy Cuttita)

PHOTO BY: Chrissy Cuttita
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