If you are interested in becoming a S-o-A you must be deployed, you must submit 3 examples of photos you have taken while you have been out there and we will review the submission and make our determination. Rest assured, that no personal information, unit IDs, locations, and names will be revealed through this campaign. Our primary concern is the welfare of the service member and OPSEC is critical part of our project.
If you are interested in supporting this campaign, you have a few options in terms of how you can help. You can donate directly through our front page through paypal. You can purchase items on our merchandise page. You can also donate these specific items, which we will list on the S-o-A page in the coming weeks. For those of you who might be concerned with donating or purchasing items on our page, we want to make something very clear. None of the funds donated or earned through the sale of merchandise does into any of our pockets. NONE OF US ARE PAID ONE CENT in administering this website, campaign and this project. In fact, whatever the Soldier-on-Assignment campaign is lacking in terms of funds, items and material, we are covering with our own money. We have been doing this for the advertising, web development and marketing since the start of this project and it is becoming prohibitively expensive for a couple of family men to afford this, but we refuse to give up! However, we hope that our supporters can get behind this and help us support it.
So, if you would like more informaton on how you can help or how you can be sponsored by us, please visit our Soldier-on-Assignment page and contact Doc or SSG D for more information. We hope you can help us support this project and these service members who are contributing to our content. We look forward to the coming months ahead.
Jaeson "Doc" Parsons
Director, Project Operations