E-4 Mafia Debuts 'See Nothing, Say Nothing' Campaign
FORT BRAGG — The Junior Enlisted Servicemembers Union, better known as the "E-4 Mafia," announced a new anti-awareness campaign Friday in hopes of reminding fellow soldiers to "see nothing, say nothing" when it comes to the group's shadowy dealings on military bases at home and abroad.
The campaign, says Public Affairs Specialist Anthony DiCarlo, will take the form of posters, fliers, pamphlets, and 30-second television spots on the Armed Forces Network.
Featuring a lost private first class bumbling around a corner to find two specialists unloading gear from a truck, the television spot appears aimed at the very lowest ranks of the Army. As one of the specialists raises a finger to his lips and slowly shakes his head, the private goes about his business while a warm, deep voice narrates:
“The E-4 Mafia plays a vital role in our military. One day, you too may need something fast, with no questions asked. So remember: see nothing, say nothing.”
Posters and fliers for the campaign feature si…
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