D&D convention in Iraq

Military personnel stationed in Iraq are planning a role-playing game convention but are short on polyhedral dice, graph paper, lead miniatures, rulebooks, and so forth.
They're looking for donations of D&D kit for the event:

The largest problem with running a Con in Iraq, of course, is that there are no local stores or game publishers, and few game books on the post. Even dice are in short supply, with many soldiers breaking the unwritten taboo held by many gamers and sharing dice. Thankfully, many game publishers have also lent their support, and have agreed to supply game products to help the Con along. aethereal FORGE, Sovereign Press, Final Redoubt Press, Goodman Games, Paizo Publishing and Steve Jackson Games are among those that have thrown in their support for the convention. But Amberson indicated that the soldiers could definitely use more.


(via Warren Ellis)

Update: Operation Dice Drop logo courtesy of John Bartley