- "The best thing the Army Staff has done to keep Commanders in the field informed in many years."
- "Stand-To! is one of the best strategic communications tools the Army has ever put on the street. ...I am up to speed on general current information, plus conversant in the most relevant issues facing the Army."
- "Great new tool for leaders!"
- "It is widely read and highly sought after."
- "A masterful job of capturing the hot issues in town and around the Army."
- "I do like the initiative ... to "push" info to us in "Stand To". It sure is more user friendly [to] not have to go pull what are the hot button tidbits each day. Almost like a digital Early Bird being delivered each morning. Hooah."
OUR 100th EDITION
Today we introduce a new, online version of Stand To to mark the 100th edition of this daily compendium of news, information and context first introduced to Army leaders on Oct. 7, 2004. This web-based version of Stand-To will make the product even more portable, readable and accessible. Subscribers can now read it on the web from any location and link easily to features and news stories.
- More than 4,500 people currently subscribe to Stand-To, with an average of 50 new subscription requests received daily.
- Subscriptions are available to anyone by simply sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Stand To is sent daily to general officers, senior executive civilians and many command sergeants major.
- Information contained in Stand-To is unclassified and cleared for release. Sources include publicly available, authoritative Army documents as well as input from the Army Staff and major commands.
- Back issues of Stand-To, through March 8, 2005, can be found on AKO on both the Senior Army Leaders Page and Strategic Communications Page.
- Beginning today, an archive of new issues will be posted at www.army.mil/standto.
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RSS makes it possible to keep up with many different sources of news and information. RSS Readers provide a simple way to consolidate content and notify you when there are new changes.
RSS Readers are often available for download free of charge. By clicking on the RSS link under Army Headlines (www.Army.mil), you can view our RSS feeds.