From the editor
By Carrie McLeroyMarch 15, 2011
Soldiers magazine will commemorate the 10th anniversary of 9/11 in its September 2011 issue. The magazine plans to feature stories related to that day, as well as pieces showing where we as an Army are, a decade later.
We are looking for anecdotes from Soldiers, Family members and Army civilians detailing where they were that fateful day, how the experience has influenced their lives and where they are today.
Stories should be no more than 500 words, and should be accompanied by the author's full name, rank and unit (if military), and where the author is from. If possible, individuals interested in sharing their stories should also include a high-resolution photo of themselves (at least 5x7 at 300 dpi), along with a description of the photo.
Submissions and questions should be sent directly to the editor in chief, Soldiers magazine at firstname.lastname@example.org. The deadline for submissions is May 20.
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