Accordion Players: The U.S. Military Wants You The Air Force is looking for a talented accordian player. You must enjoy military music, be willing to travel, and maintain an excellent physical condition. If that sounds like you, the Air Force is waiting for your call.
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An Air Force representative is attending a national music festival this week looking for one good accordion player. The last accordionist for the Strolling Strings military band retired from the Air Force two years ago.

Guests:

Chief Master Sgt. Jane Bockenek, non-commissioned officer in charge of the United States Air Force Strolling Strings and lead violinist

Sgt. Major Manny Bobenrieth, accordionist in United States Army Band's "Pershing's Own." Non-commissioned officer in charge of army strings.