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‘We don’t want history to get lost:’ Fort Bragg soldier proposes way to preserve veteran photos | Stars & Stripes

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Fort Bragg soldier Sgt. 1st Class Ashely Savage has proposed a new way for veterans, soldiers, and family members to share and save photos. Savage is a public affairs officer with the 3rd Special Forces Group and her idea started when veterans and organizations would send in photos to the military police brigade. “I realized the corps could use a lot of those photos for historical purposes, but there was a problem with archiving unofficial photos,” Savage stated. She is now recommending a mobile app or website where anyone could upload military images for them to be approved by a public affairs officer.

Source: https://www.stripes.com/news/us/we-don-t-want-history-to-get-lost-fort-bragg-soldier-proposes-way-to-preserve-veteran-photos-1.652634

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