Your View: Photos submitted by Stars and Stripes readers
Nobody knows better than Stars and Stripes what you go through downrange. Except you. So we want your help in telling your story. E-mail us your digital photos, depicting what life is like wherever you are, whether on the FOB or on a mission somewhere in the wild. It’s “Your View” of your role in the wars, whether Iraq, Afghanistan or somewhere else. Candid (not posed) shots are best, and please include your name, unit, location and a short caption explaining the picture and your thoughts when you took the shot. Selected photos will be used in the paper and here at stripes.com. E-mail your photos to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Photos published February 13, 2006
Submitted by Sgt. Joshua Carnes, unit photographer for the 344th Combat Support Hospital based out of Abu Ghraib, Iraq. Over the course of the eight months we've been in the country and I've shot some pretty cool pictures including this one of a U.S. soldier silhouetted against the Iraq sky.
Submitted by Capt. Michelle Vergara. Soldiers of the 50th Engineer Company (Multi-Role Bridge) switch out a bay from the Mussayib Assault Float Bridge. This bay was damaged from the heavy traffic it sustains from U.S. armed forces and Iraqi civilian traffic. The bridge is located south of FOB Iskandariyah, home to the 1-67 Armor Battalion.
Submitted by Eric Aubrey, Project Manager, Afghanistan Engineer District. Spc. Christopher Hopkins and Master Sgt. David Ballard lead a group of soldiers on a recon of Pol-e-Charkhi Detention Facility, located on the outskirts of Kabul, Afghanistan, a couple days prior to a site visit by contractors to bid on an upcoming renovation project of the facility. The soldiers are assigned to the Afghanistan Engineer District.
Submitted by Sgt. 1st Class Alex Thompson, 528th Medical Detachment (Combat Stress Control). Thompson said a convoy was traveling through his camp in Iraq and taking a break Feb. 6 at Camp Echo. He asked permission to take the picture. Will Ferrell, aka. Ron Burgundy, could not be reached for comment.