"This picture is posted for my niece, codename: BooBoo," writes blogger Major K. from his Baghdad location. "I got the boys from the Recon Platoon and wanted to show off the poster that she and the sixth graders that she mentored did for us." He and other milbloggers, mom bloggers, A-list bloggers, buddies, friends, relatives and allies with access to the internet and personal snapshots from the front are invited to share their pictures of everyday life in Iraq with the immense and influential Washington Post readership.
"Show the world your perspective on life in Iraq," goes a Washington Post invitation for snapshots from the front in Iraq:
In the coming weeks, The Washington Post and washingtonpost.com will publish a selection of photos of Americans in Iraq.
If you are an American on duty in Iraq, or the family or friend of someone serving there, The Washington Post and washingtonpost.com invite you to submit your photos of everyday life in the region. Pictures of American soldiers, other service members and civilians are welcome -- we want to give you the opportunity to show firsthand what it’s like to live and work in Iraq.