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Friday, March 01, 2013

Air Force Reservist selected for Tops in Blue

920th Rescue Wing Public Affairs

3/1/2013 - PATRICK AIR FORCE BASE, Fla.  -- Air Force Reservist Tech. Sgt. Altrameise Myers, 920th Rescue Wing, information management craftsman, has been selected as a Tops in Blue cast member.

Similar to the realty television show, American Idol, Tops in Blue's sets out to find the most talented vocalists, musicians and dancers in the U.S. Air Force whose primary purpose is to entertain military personnel and their families throughout the world, even those deployed to combat. The group has appeared on national television with such legends as Ed Sullivan, Bob Hope, Alabama, Barbara Mandrell, BOYZ II MEN, Lee Greenwood, and many others.

Myers is one of a few reservists who have ever made the team, which is composed of 35 to 40 active duty men and women who have been selected from a worldwide talent search pool of the most talented Airmen vocalists, musicians, dancers and technicians in the Air Force.

Myers will now travel to San Antonio where she will train with other cast members on all aspects of the show. Members are not only performers but also stage hands, they must set up and breakdown the stages for each show, pack and load the equipment.

Myers will join world-class entertainers and distinguished Air Force Ambassadors during the 2013, 10-month worldwide tour.

Myers audition journey can be read here.

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