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    Now You Can Send Recruiters After Almost Anyone Using Updated Air Force App

    Now You Can Send Recruiters After Almost Anyone Using Updated Air Force App

    recruiters want anyone, civilian or service member, who has a smartphone in their pocket to to recruit people to become an airman by submitting their info to the service's main recruiting office.

    A feature on the Air Force's Aim High smartphone application announced Thursday will allow anyone to submit information on a person's behalf, and the service will forward it to a local recruiter in hopes of getting them to join the ranks.

    But there's a problem: It doesn't appear that the new feature offers any way to screen or verify that the person whose information is being submitted wants to be contacted by a recruiter and is truly interested, which could lead to people spamming or bothering those who don't want to become an airman.

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    “Basically, any potential lead is funneled to our Lead Refinement and Call Center who then reach out to see if the person is interested in joining,” Chrissy Cuttita, a spokeswoman for the Air Force Recruiting Service, told .com when asked whether there was a way to prevent unwanted calls or contact. “If they are not, then it is closed out.”

    The new update to the Air Force's Aim High app allows anyone who has downloaded the software to “refer a friend;” the app asks for name, email, phone number and ZIP code. All of those pieces of information are available for most Americans in…

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