Where Do You Read Jp Magazine?
Take it away, Lynn Stermolle: “I was one of 14 former U. S. Marines and one U.S. Navy combat Corpsman selected to return to a significant battle site for each of us in Vietnam by The Greatest Generations Foundation (TGGF) and its founder, Timothy Davis. We were all rifle company (grunt) Marines, plus one combat U.S. Navy Corpsman, who served in the Vietnam War in the I Corps Tactical Zone (just south of the DMZ) area in 1968-1969 during the
Tet Offensive. One of TGGF’s goals is to help U.S. veterans rid themselves of any remaining demons. They were successful with us. Anyway, back to Jeep business...I like to read Jp Magazine anywhere, but especially when I visit
Hue (pronounced ‘way’) City, Vietnam.”
Now, where do you read Jp? Well, if you read it in a unique or cool location, we want to see a photo of that—and don’t bother with a toilet photo, please. The photo should show you, the magazine, and the location, all in one. Email the photo and information about you to jpedi[email protected]magazine.com with the subject line “Jp on Location.” Show and tell! Answer these questions for us in your email:
Where you’re from
Where the photo was taken
What you’re doing/why you’re at that location
Photo must be a JPG (maximum quality), BMP, or TIFF file and a size of no less than 1,600 by 1,200 pixels or about 2 megapixels (or the original size from your phone/device.) It probably goes without saying that your copy of Jp should be seen with you in the photo.