Where Do You Read Jp Mag­a­zine?

Jp Magazine - - Dispatch -

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:

Your name

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.

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