U.S. Army to Reduce Photobombing

This has almost nothing to do with the war, but … the U.S. Army’s deputy commander of the Public Affair’s Office wants to get soldiers to stop “photobombing” images because of the cost – roughly $125. Annually.

Of course, the real cost is to the seriousness and importance of these images, but to put a price on it seems a little … unserious.

(Thanks to NPPA lawyer Mickey Osterreicher for the link.)

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