Here’s another fun “commercial” from the Armed Forces Network, or AFN. In this video, former military are encouraged to take up a job teaching. While this is an admirable profession and I certainly would never suggest otherwise, whenever you’re trying to convince someone to do something, it’s good to portray that in as positive a light as possible. This is something I learned in Army psychological operations training. So a teacher-student ratio of 1 to 4 not only makes the profession look attractive, it also saves money on child actors and extras. The fact that they’re all eager to soak up their teacher’s wisdom – even if he does mispronounce “kaffiyeh” (it’s “kuh-fee-yeh”) are all bonus. I’m inspired! Are you?
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