Army AL&T magazine now “mobile-ized”
Fort Belvoir, Va. — The U.S. Army Acquisition Support Center (USAASC) announced today the release of the app version of its award-winning trade publication, Army AL&T magazine. The app is now available for Android and iOS devices on the iTunes Store, Google Play, and Amazon.
“We found from our reader surveys that a significant portion of our audience reads the magazine online and that many would like to be able to read it on-the-go too,” said Army AL&T Editor-in-Chief Nelson McCouch. “Now it’s available as a free download for mobile devices.”
The app resembles the online version of the magazine that readers are familiar with, and issues are available beginning in 2011. Readers can download and store up to ten issues using the app, and customize their viewing experience. Each new issue will be available on the app soon after it’s published online.
“We’ve been working on this app for some time, and we’re pleased to be able to provide the Army Acquisition Workforce the news they need and want in the form that’s most convenient for their busy lives,” said McCouch.
Army AL&T—the app—is now available on the iTunes App Store, Amazon, and Google Play:
Army AL&T magazine is USAASC’s quarterly professional journal, comprising in-depth, analytically focused articles. The magazine’s mission is to instruct members of the Army AL&T community relative to AL&T processes, procedures, techniques and management philosophy, and to disseminate other information pertinent to the professional development of workforce members and others engaged in AL&T activities. The magazine is available in both hard copy and digital formats on the USAASC website (http://asc.army.mil/)—and now on tablets and smartphones.
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