Beginning 1 December 2009 the Army will launch “HooahMail” as a pilot program for fast, easy, secure, letter-style correspondence to OEF deployed Soldiers.
HOOAHMail is a FREE service for family and friends of deployed Army Personnel in Afghanistan to send a letter that is delivered within 24 hours. Here is how it works: Letters and photos are submitted via the Internet, and then printed and delivered by the Army Post Office.
Hooah Mail is safe and secure too. The HooahMail service has a tremendous positive effect on morale by providing unparalleled delivery times – 24 hours! Your letter gets there FAST!
HooahMail is NOT E-mail! Unlike email, computer access is not required to read or receive HooahMail. HooahMail allows a Soldier to keep a physical reminder of their loved ones with them at all times and can be read and re-read.
HooahMail is based upon and patterned after the successful deployment of Hybrid Mail technology
currently in use by the USMC since 2003 known as MotoMail.
The HooahMail service provides a discreet and secure way of sending a letter and photograph via the internet which is hand delivered to your Soldier. This service is a combination of the electronic world and delivery by the Army Post Office. HooahMail is now available to Soldiers and their Families and friends who want to send fast photos and correspondence to deployed Soldiers. Your deployed son or daughter in Afghanistan can receive mail from YOU usually within 24 hours, not days or weeks.
Privacy. The Army Post Office serving the recipient’s location downloads all HooahMail and sends to a special print/fold/sealer ensuring confidentiality. HooahMail is then delivered through Army Post Office unit mail call.
Oh. Did I mention it’s FREE! Begins 1 December 2009 in Afghanistan. Visit: http://hooahmail.us
Family and friends of deployed Marines in Afghanistan & Iraq can NOW send a letter to be downloaded, printed, and ready for delivery, usually within 24 hours at http://motomail.us.
Jenna Arnold says
Thats amazing that they do that. My husband is deploying soon and i didnt know this existed and It would be an amazing way to keep in touch by letter and know that he gets it fast. The army should know about this and should let all friends and family know about it when a deployment comes along. I am very glad to have found this and will be sharing with others, thank you!!!
Hi Jenna! You are so welcome! God speed to your husband and God Bless 🙂
Is Hooah mail still operational?
Is Hooahmail still running?
Apparently not. Thanks for bringing it to my attention.