Definition of American Forces Radio and Television Service

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American Forces Radio and Television Service

'American Forces Radio and Television Service' is an military term meaning '(DOD) A worldwide radio and television broadcasting organization that provides United States military commanders overseas and at sea with sufficient electronic media resources to effectively communicate theater, local, Department of Defense, and Service-unique command information to their personnel and family members. Also called AFRTS'.

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