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❮Download❯ ➹ 810 On Your Dial, Far East Network, Tokyo: The Story of Armed Forces Radio In The Pacific ➾ Author Dr. Jim Grubbs – 3sant.co During World War II a group of Armed Forces Radio stations sprung up across the Pacific The loosely based network changed rapidly as troops progressed towards Japan By September 1945 and the beginningDuring World War II a group of Armed Forces Radio stations sprung up across the Pacific The loosely based network changed rapidly as troops progressed towards Japan By September 1945 and the beginning of the Allied occupation of Japan apermanent network was formed eventually becoming known as the Far East Network FEN That network now known as American Forces Network or AFN continues today serving an estimated 50000 service people and their families and an estimated shadow audience of over one million Japanese.

During World War II a group of Armed Forces Radio stations sprung up across the Pacific The loosely based network changed rapidly as troops progressed towards Japan By September 1945 and the beginning of the Allied occupation of Japan apermanent network was formed eventually becoming known as the Far East Network FEN That network now known as American Forces Network or AFN continues today serving an estimated 50000 service people and their families and an estimated shadow audience of over one million Japanese.

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