August 1999
AdMedia;Aug99, Vol. 14 Issue 7, p43
Trade Publication
Praises the Web site of the British Army. Chance to make decisions in simulated life and death situations in the section called `The Army Challenge'; Role of the Web site in complementing a television advertising campaign and in building a brand.


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