Media Resources

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Media Inquiries

The subject of military medicine is fascinating. The research HJF supports is often cutting edge and our work lends itself to compelling stories ranging from battlefield injuries and treatments to civilian healthcare advances.

If you are a member of the media and would like to learn more about military medical research, please contact HJF Public Relations. We can serve as a source of information and can facilitate interviews* with military medical researchers.

*Please note that we often need to coordinate with military public affairs offices so please give us as much lead time as possible.

If you are a member of the news media, please contact HJF at the phone number or email address below and leave a detailed message including your name, press affiliation, phone number, questions and deadline. Messages are checked regularly each day.

  • Phone: 240-694-2104
  • Email: media@hjf.org
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Using Our Name

If you are referring to HJF, we ask that you follow this guide for the sake of consistency.

Full name: The Henry M. Jackson Foundation for the Advancement of Military Medicine, Inc.
Second reference: HJF (When using "HJF" please do not insert "the" before the abbreviation.)

e.g. The Henry M. Jackson Foundation for the Advancement of Military Medicine (HJF) was authorized by Congress. HJF is a nonprofit organization. HJF provides a variety of services.

When referring to HJF, please use the full name on first mention, The Henry M. Jackson Foundation for the Advancement of Military Medicine. In formal documents, include ", Inc." In marketing and similar copy, the ", Inc." is not necessary.

We have registered HJF as our official nickname in large part to distinguish us from the other Henry M. Jackson Foundation, but also to give ourselves a single, distinct and memorable abbreviation. For this reason, always use "HJF." Do not use other shortened versions, such as "The Jackson Foundation" or "Jackson." There is more than one Henry M. Jackson Foundation, so we must distinguish ourselves clearly.