Michael Castaneda, of the 3rd Light Armored Reconnaisance, allows a family to pass a checkpoint near a Marine encampment on a road south of Baghdad on April 4, The Pentagon tightly restricted publication of photographs of coffins with the remains of U.
The leader of a Shi'ite uprising in Iraq agreed to leave a holy shrine encircled by U. Travis Riddick keeps an eye on the outside of the CHE on which he was the tail gunner at a camp along the Iraqi border on March 21, Photojournalism is today an embattled profession.
He was captured from an underground hole on a farm in the village of ad-Dawr, near his hometown of Tikrit in northern Iraq.
As strategic and technological shifts have led to fewer service members deployed into conflict areas, they have also created a gulf between what the US does abroad and what its citizens can see. As a correspondent, I was sometimes on the scene when an iconic image was captured: for instance, I had to keep ducking out of Kate Brooks' field of vision in the aftermath of the Sept, bombing of the Imam Ali shrine in Najaf.
The first was that the photographers themselves were targets.