Operation Military Kids is always looking for talented writers to inform future prospective soldiers, sailors, and airmen about various military topics.
Specifically, we’re looking for writers who have served in any of the branches of the US Armed Forces, including:
- The US Army
- The US Navy
- US Marine Corps
- US Air Force
- US Coast Guard
- National Guard / Reserves
Military service isn’t completely necessary, but it’s a big plus!
What we’re looking for:
- Passion: Writers who are passionate about military topics, including topics involving military families, prospective careers in the military, and any unique insight you can provide.
- Creativity: We’re also looking for writers that can “think outside the box”, and write about topics that haven’t been previously discussed or written about.
- Flexibility: Not only are we flexible with our writers in terms of deadlines, but we also offer considerable flexibility to write about the topics you care about most.
We have a wide range of topics that need to be written about, and the list is never-ending!
If you have a new idea for a topic that you don’t see posted currently on the site, we’re all ears!
What’s In It For Me?
You’ll Make Money Writing About Topics You Care About
Anything and everything military related will be considered, and you’ll get a chance to earn upwards of $100 an article!
You’ll Get Exposure
Not only will you get a chance to earn money, but you’ll also be able to show off your work to your friends and family on one of the largest military-related sites on the internet.
Not only that, but you can also showcase your work to future potential employers.
You’ll Be Able To Share Your Expertise With The World
If you’ve served in the US military, you’re already 1 step ahead of 99% of the population when it comes to military topics.
Why not share that expertise and know-how with our countries future soldiers!
If you think you have what it takes, click here to send us an email! We’d love to hear your ideas.
Special Note: We do NOT accept guest posts or sponsored articles, so please don’t ask!