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The "the WIREBENDER" is your newsletter.  It is for every member of the AMTA.  Whitey Gross is the editor and he cherishes inputs from everyone.  We make every effort to publish "the WireBender" twice each year.  If we do not have sufficient news or information to pass on we may publish only one during the year. Please share with Whitey information that would be of interest to everyone.  We can have as many pages in "the WireBender" as we have information to print.  Thanks for your continued support.

CLICK HERE to view the USO 2016 Letter of Appreciation for the AMTA donation.  This is the AMTA's support for Christmas for The Troops.

The AMTA received a thank you letter from the Air Force Enlisted Village for the donation of $1000 made for 2011.  CLICK HERE to view the letter.  Again thanks to all those who support the AMTA and have made it one of the strongest organizations ever.

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