Salt Lake City, UT (PRWEB) March 24, 2009
The leading provider of unit-specific interactive historical records in the Military is now the only provider of both interactive and print records, accessing the same content to produce both products. Remember My Service announced its additional service today in response to a growing demand for a full-size, full-color "yearbook" style book to document a Unit's legacy of service, with the original UIHR (Unit Interactive Historical Record) secured inside.
This new photobook option is considered an upgrade to the classic 6 x 8 hardbound, 40 page journal that comes standard with the UIHR. Pricing begins at $24 per Servicemember for the original interactive, at $50 for the book only (based on a 100 page, full color, landscape size), and $70 for both the book and interactive DVD-ROM.
"I am particularly excited about the new photobook option because it provides a cost-effective alternative for smaller Unit's to complete a personalized historical record of their Service," says Jake Solomon, Director of RMS Operations. "Even though the Units still love the complete interactive capabilities of the DVD-ROM, they still like to have a hands on look at the people they served with."
The most robust option to preserve the history of the Unit remains the UIHR which typically contains about 2,000 digital pages with photos and text, and up to 6 hours of compressed video, together with hyperlinks to historical items such as all newsletters, news articles and broadcasts. Featured sections include
- Soldier Gallery, listing all names in the Unit with hyperlinks to each personal bio,
- Interactive Chain of Command with bios and video messages from the leadership,
- In Memoriam, with a digital page dedicated to each Servicemember who committed all
- In the News, containing all newsletters, press releases, and media during the timeframe of the historical record,
- The Homefront, featuring the families of the Servicemembers
Remember My Service (http://www.RememberMyService.com ) is the premiere provider of the most innovative and cost-effective way for Military Units to create and share their historical records. Within an interactive format, these unit-specific legacies can include thousands of pages with photos and text, and hyperlinks to hours of videos, audio, scanned documents and more. Units choose either a small 6 x 8, 40 page journal, or an 8 ½ x 11, 100 page, full color book with photos and text, to encase the DVD-ROM. RMS pioneered and defined this category for the Military market in 2006 with its first customer being the 96th Regional Readiness Command, the largest geographical Command in the Army Reserve, and most recently, the Ohio National Guard. Remember My Service is a Division of StoryRock, Inc. based in Salt Lake City, Utah.
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