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08.22.2012

THE "LATE SHOW" TOP TEN - "Signs You Might Not Be Ready to Join the Air Force"

 

From the home office in Wahoo, Nebraska...

 

"Signs You Might Not Be Ready to Join the Air Force"

 

[As presented by 10 members of the United States Air Force on the Tuesday, August 21 broadcast of the LATE SHOW with DAVID LETTERMAN, seen weeknights (11:35 PM12:37 AM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.]

 

10. First Lieutenant Maggie Rudolphi:  You’re afraid of loud noises, heights and airplanes.

9. Senior Airman Lesley Toussaint:  For you, the thrill of flight is the little package of salted nuts.

8. Tech Sergeant Andrea Knutson:  In high school, you were voted “queasiest.”

7. Master Sergeant Chuck Kramer:  You don’t mind flying once you’ve had a few drinks.

6. Tech Sergeant Josh Haney:  You pass out from G-forces incurred from riding an escalator.

5. First Lieutenant Agnes Leam:  Whenever you see an ‘eject’ lever you impulsively pull it.

4. Chief Master Sergeant Juan Claudio:  Show up to the recruiting center carrying a seat belt extender.

3. Lieutenant Colonel Bonnie Bossler:  Your primary reason for enlisting is “to meet Iron Man.”

2. Master Sergeant Dusty Lee:  You giggle every time you say, “Cockpit.”

1. Colonel Marcus Johnson:  Our motto, “Aim high” – your motto, “I’m high.”

 

The LATE SHOW with DAVID LETTERMAN is a presentation of Worldwide Pants Incorporated. Barbara Gaines, Matt Roberts, Jude Brennan, Maria Pope, Eric Stangel, Justin Stangel and Rob Burnett are the executive producers.

 

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Press Contact: Kim Izzo-Emmet  212-975-3820  krizzo-emmet@cbs.com 

           

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