As mentioned on another post, the lists of witnesses will be released shortly. However, there is still ample opportunity for serving and ex-serving to make representations to the Inquiry. Some veterans have written in, and some have turned up to public sessions (but not very many as these may have been rushed) Chilcott has issued a statement. In particular: and I submitted a written statement, some 3-4 pages and received a positive response back. This is probably the only opportunity to make issues known and try and identify the lessons for the future (until the Afghanistan inquiry anyway!