In 2010, Teru Kuwayama, with two other photojournalists, Balazs Gardi and Tivadar Domaniczky, all three embedded with the American army in Afghanistan, launched Basetrack, an online documentary project whose content was produced by enlisted soldiers and their families. The initiative was innovative at a time when blogs and social media were only beginning to realize their true social potential.
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