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It is directed by Clint Eastwood at his most gun-lovingly gung ho.
The partnership between the two brands was brokered by Gung Ho and also extends to retailers Schuh, Foot Asylum and ASOS which are giving away festival tickets and entry to an exclusive gig with a mystery artist, hosted by New Balance.
The very no-nonsense book concludes bizarrely with a section that looks like an advertisement for a brand of energy bars, but interested readers should nonetheless find the meat of the book appealing for its brevity and gung ho attitude.
It started gung ho, beyond our wildest imaginations.
Langley had signed up with the navy at 18, knowing he was gay but being so gung ho to serve that giving up a private life seemed a small price to pay.
Gung Ho custom is based on the spirit of the beaver, squirrel and the goose.
Plenty of folk had been poking fun at Asda this week for its decision to model its training on the American management bestseller Gung Ho.
GUNG HO features Patti's touring and recording band: Lenny Kaye on electric and acoustic guitars; Oliver Ray on electric and acoustic guitars; bassist Tony Shanahan; drummer Jay Dee Daughertry; and Patti Smith on vocals and acoustic guitars.