December 19, 1995
Web posted at: 7:20 a.m. EST (1220 GMT)
WASHINGTON (CNN) -- The Pentagon has set up an e-mail message form on the Internet that allows people around the world to send "holiday greetings to American forces supporting the mission in Bosnia." The address is http://www.dtic.dla.mil/bosnia/message_form.html -- or you can just click here. You can also reach the site by visiting the links section of CNN's Mission: Peace page or through the Defense Department's BosniaLINK site.
The e-mail messages will not be directed to specific individuals or units. Instead, the Pentagon is looking for generic greetings that will be printed in internal military publications and broadcast on military TV and radio. "This system should not be used as a primary method of communication with individual service members in Bosnia," a Defense Department statement said. Last week, the Army said it does not yet have a postal address for the public to use to send "any soldier" letters or greetings.You can also post a message on CNN's Mission: Peace feedback page
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