Armies of e4 are expanding their reach with the launch of the e4-army.
The service will allow users to easily send messages and receive information directly from the military.
The new service, which has been in beta since late last year, has been praised by users who have said it provides them with an easy way to keep up with the latest news.
e4 is now open to the public and has plans to launch in the coming weeks, the company said in a statement.
“With our mission to support our soldiers, and our partnership with e4, we are making it easier for everyone to get up-to-date news, information, and resources on military operations,” Army Chief of Staff Mark Milley said in the statement.
Milley was referring to a partnership that allows e4 to give news to troops by allowing them to send links directly to military websites.
The Army will be able to use e4 as a platform for its official newsletter, which will be available for free on the service.