You see them on TV, those brave souls who dare to venture into a war zone in order to capture an image so you and I don’t have to go there ourselves. I often wonder how people know where to go, and who to talk to when they get there. And then I discovered lightstalkers.org.
This is a website created for and by those who work in war zones and dangerous territory throughout the world. Built around the idea that pooling knowledge and experience can only be beneficial, the site is full of useful information. Most recently posted is the article "How to Shoot (And Not Get Shot) In A Warzone" boasting such useful tips as to always wear a seat belt, and to get in shape before deploying (as following an infantry unit can be a lot of work).
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