August 2007
Soldiers;Aug2007, Vol. 62 Issue 8, p44
The article reports on the wallet-sized laminated information cards that are being offered by the U.S. Army's 24-hour Wounded Soldier and Family Hotline to wounded and injured soldiers and their family members as a way to seek help to solve medical issues. Reproduction of the card template to be used as fliers for posting in common areas is allowed. Copies of the template can be found at the website, www.army.mil/publications/soldiersmagazine.


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