I've been inspired by the reddit postard system to try something similar here. For those brave enough to make a tangible connection with the WW2 forums, report in by sending us a postcard! Send a message to me, other Forum members, or even the entire site. I'll collect them, scan them, and post them on the site. The originating locations of all cards will be pinned on this map: WW2 Forums/Forces Postal Service Map Here is the address of the WW2 Forums/Forces Postal Service: WW2F/FPS 4044 N. Lincoln Ave Bunker 508 Chicago, IL 60618 Although WW2 content is always appreciated, neither the card nor the message need be WW2/military related. Feel free to send whatever comments or sentiments you like, but be sure to include the following information: A Your WW2F.com username in a clearly indicated format. For example if I were to send a card, I'd include the following line of text: username: Otto B The location you are mailing the card from, which is not necessarily where you live. For example: Sent from: sitting on the wall in Rothenburg, Germany. Here is an example of the basic info to put on a card if I sent one in, all I would need to add would be a witty message and a stamp. Obviously, your username and the postcard's location of mailing would be your own username (not Otto), and the location you mailed from (not Chicago). Remember, by sending in a postcard to the WW2F/FPS address, you are giving permission to have both sides of the card posted publicly on the internet. Do not include any personal info on the postcard such as a return address or real name unless you want to share it with the internet. All we ask is your WW2 Forums username and the city/town you are sending from, again please do not include your full address. For now I'll scan any postcards I receive and post them in this sub-forum, eventually we'll have more interactive system like reddit's. So, if you want a real world, non-digital link to this digital site then send in your postcards, if you dare.