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Where can i find a copy of the August 28th 2006 Army Times

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Where can i find a copy of the August 28th 2006 Army Times?

SGT Ross,


Thank you for your question.


he Army Times allows you to read past issues by registering on their site.


If a past issue is not viewable on line, you can contact their customer service to order a back issue. They are open 0900 and 1730 hours Monday through Friday, Eastern Time">


If you are on a major mlitary base with a post library, the library may also have archive copies.



Customer: replied 8 years ago.

Mr Johnson, the army times web site does have some information on the arcticle but i need the physical newspaper its self. The army times costumer service can send the arcticle online but dont actually sell the old papers. Ive been looking for newspaper archieves and collectors but havnt found one that carries this particular paper. Do you by chance have any other idea's as to how i can find/get one?

SGT Ross,


I am sorry that lead was not successful. I just got off the phonen with the copy editor for the Army Times.


He indicated taht a copy may be available through a library. BUT, that for sure the Library of Congress has copies of all issues. Now you will not be able to get the entire original newspaper, but you can get a copy of the newspaper or the articles appearing there.


You do not have to accept on this answer.


Best Regards


First Sergeant, Ret.


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