FUCK YOU MTV for Selling the OC’s Precious Children to the Meat-Machine.
Infinite justice will rain down like peroxide blondes and little jerks- future service members in uncle sams shit pile.
SANTA ANA, Calif. (NNS) — Navy Recruiting Station Santa Ana got a little bit of the Hollywood treatment June 8 when a film crew from MTV was on site to film an episode of its reality TV show “Laguna Beach.”
This rare opportunity gave the station a chance to help spread the Navy message to the Navy’s target recruitment audience on a national level when one of the show’s participants, Grant Newman, expresses an interest in the SEAL program.
Newman, joined by show mate Allie Stockton, was greeted by Navy recruiter Yeoman 1st Class (SW/AW) Thomas Jackson as the cameras rolled. After an exchange of friendly handshakes, Jackson gave Newman a rundown of some of the opportunities and benefits the Navy has to offer. Benefits such as educational opportunities, travel and job security, which would appeal to many young adults in the same age group as Newman.
“This is the perfect opportunity for us to spread Navy awareness to a wide range of people nationwide,” said Jackson. “It’s a chance for us to take away any misconceptions some people may have about the U.S. Navy in a positive light on MTV, a nationally televised network.”
“It’s a great chance for us to tell the story about the Navy,” said Lt. Erik Reynolds, of Navy Office of Information.
Laguna Beach is a show that a lot of young people watch and this gives us a chance to put out information about the Navy they may not have been aware of.”
Laguna Beach is a reality TV show which documents the lives of several teenagers living in Laguna Beach, a community located in Orange County, Calif.
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