Photojournalists Tell the Untold Stories From Iraq
KARMAH, Iraq—Sgt. Jesse E. Leach drags Lance Cpl. Juan Valdez of Weapons Company, 2nd Battalion, 8th Marines, to safety moments after he was shot by a sniper during a patrol. Valdez was shot through the arm and right torso but survived, Oct. 31, 2006.
Amazing photo.. (camels walking along the road while the smoke amd fire is from the oil wells set on fire by Iraq during the war, I think this is the first Iraq war)
My choice for most Iconic photo of our wars in Afghanistan and Iraq.
Iraq War, a soldier talking to a little girl
U.S. Marine Corps. This Marine I think is the one from St Johns AZ.
The Iraq War Timeline As Told Through Front Pages
2011: The flag of American has been lowered in Baghdad, bringing nearly nine years of US military operations in Iraq to a formal end.about 4,000 US soldiers now remain in Iraq.At its peak US forces there numbered 270,000. Some 4,500 US soldiers and more than 100,000 Iraqis have died in the war.launched by Bush in March 2003, soon became hugely unpopular as claims that Saddam Hussein was hiding weapons of mass destruction and supporting al-Qaeda militants turned out to be untrue.
The historical aspect in my book is the war in Afghanistan. The war was the reason Aman and his mother fled to England.