The Milbloggies Award recognizes military bloggers for their contribution to blogging, news and information, and to the military over the past year.
For deadlines and an overall timeline of the 2012 Milbloggies, please visit the main Milbloggies page.
2012 Milbloggies categories
This year’s Milbloggies include the following categories:
- U.S. Military Parent (Nominations / Voting)
- U.S. Military Supporter (Nominations / Voting)
- U.S. Air Force (Nominations / Voting)
- U.S. Army (Nominations / Voting)
- U.S. Navy (Nominations / Voting)
- U.S. Marine Corps (Nominations / Voting)
- U .S. Coast Guard (Nominations / Voting)
- U.S. Military Veteran (Nominations / Voting)
- U.S. Military Spouse (Nominations / Voting)
- U.S. Reporter (Nominations / Voting)
- only one nomination per blog is necessary per category. Duplicate nominations may be deleted.
- each nomination must include a web address and title.
- nominations must be relevant to their respective category (for example, only bloggers currently serving in the Army National Guard, Army Reserves, or Active Duty Army are eligible for the Best U.S. Army Blog category).
- Nominations placed in the wrong category may not be considered. A link to the author’s bio demonstrating eligibility in their respective category is highly recommended. If category eligibility cannot be confirmed, the blog may not considered.
- spam and unrelated comments may be deleted.
- a minimum of five different blogs must be nominated in the same category, in order for that category to go onto to the Voting phase. This rule may be changed due to the lower number of blogs in some categories.
- please make sure the comment you left appears in the comments. Don’t assume.
Q: How do I nominate a blog for the 2012 Milbloggies?
A: Place your nomination in the Comments section for the respective category.
Q: How are finalists selected?
A: This year’s Milbloggies finalists will be selected from the nominees left in the Comments sections. Up to 10 finalists will be selected.
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Q: Can a blog be nominated in more than one category?
A: No, a blog should only be nominated in a single category that best matches the blog.
IMPORTANT: Rules, deadlines and awards are subject to change at any time.
Blogs that meet the criteria of a participating category are eligible for a Milbloggie nomination. However, a blog must be nominated in the comments in order to be considered.
Blogs that are part of the official Military.com network are not eligible for the Milbloggies. Military.com blogs include but are not limited to the following properties: