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subscribers@mail.militaryhandbooks.com wrote: Date: Wed, 12 Sep 2007 16:12:22 -0400

To: tomcat6169@yahoo.com

From: subscribers@mail.militaryhandbooks.com

Subject: Requested Military Handbook

Thank you so much for your interest in MilitaryHandbooks.com. We are very sorry for the recent delay in the delivery of your handbooks. We experienced some technical difficulties that have just been resolved.

Please note that there is a change in how you will access your Military Handbooks. The handbooks will no longer be attached to the e-mail; instead, a link will be provided (see below) for you to download your handbook. Thank you very much for your patience as we resolved our IT issues.

Please visit the link below to download the 2007 After the Military that you requested. Over the next few weeks, links to the remainder of your handbooks will be sent to the e-mail address you provided when you registered. Please let your IT department know that they are coming by e-mail from subscribers@mail.militaryhandbooks.com.

Visit this link to download handbook: http://pdfs.militaryhandbooks.com/After_Military.pdf

If you know anyone that is interested in receiving their own FREE copies of the 2007 Military Handbooks, please forward them this e-mail or ask them to visit: www.militaryhandbooks.com

to reserve their handbooks today.

Sincerely,

MilitaryHandbooks.com

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Allan, What do we use the "military handbooks" for? Rearch? ~Wings

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I'm probably in the minority, but I still get the Army Times and frequently visit Fort Carson and other posts. Among other issues, I like to keep up with the weird uniforms the Army makes the troops wear.

Things have changed significantly since I retired in 1991...

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Everyone could use a copy of the BJM (Blue Jackets Manual). Never know when you might need semaphore.

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