Via The Military Outpost, I found what looks like will be a great new site: MilBlogging.com. It's self-proclaimed mission is to "help visitors to quickly and easily find milblogs from all over the world" and it looks like they're off to a good start, with over 600 milblogs already listed.
As part of their kick-off, they're sponsoring the "2005 MilBloggies" awards. In order to vote, you have to register with the site, but everyone has a throwaway E-mail address they can use for those sorts of things. Then, once you're logged on, adding a blog to your favorites will cast a vote for that blog. For example, in the U.S. Navy category, you could add "Ultraquiet No More" to your favorites, and they'd get a vote! Then, you could, conceivably, head over to the Veterans category and add, say, "The Stupid Shall Be Punished" to your favorites. It's really easy! You can vote for as many different blogs as you want, but I've heard that if you vote for non-submariners in the Navy category, it'll mess up your hard drive or something... (Yes, I recognize that SMASH will run away with the Navy category, so it's really just a drive for second place that could get Ultraquiet No More some of the attention it deserves.)