"The tour gives everyone - young people looking for career opportunities, parents looking for more information, counselors looking for opportunities for their students, and others just interested in aviation and cutting-edge technology - a chance to experience what it's like to be a part of the world's greatest air, space and cyberspace force. This tour is an 'amazing' way to share our story," Brig. Gen. Vautrinot added.
Following its New York stop, the U.S. Air Force "Do Something Amazing" Tour will continue traveling the country to professional sports events, air shows, well-known city events and high schools to educate young men and women about the career opportunities and benefits associated with the U.S. Air Force.
General information about the Tour schedule and event locations are posted on the official Web site of the U.S. Air Force (www.AIRFORCE.com). To locate a nearby recruiting office, call toll-free (1-800-423-USAF) or access online, and to view the new campaign site, visit dosomethingamazing.com. For additional details about the 2007 Franklin County Fair, visit