aufseherin:

Man of the SS with child

aufseherin:

Man of the SS with child


A 1st Cavalry Division platoon leader with the 91st Engineers (Combat) Battalion checks the body of and Iraqi boy for signs of life. The boy was one of several Iraqis killed by an insurgent mortar attack in 2005

A 1st Cavalry Division platoon leader with the 91st Engineers (Combat) Battalion checks the body of and Iraqi boy for signs of life. The boy was one of several Iraqis killed by an insurgent mortar attack in 2005




thecrucibleofwar:


Julie Jacobson, Afghanistan, August 2009
Julie Jacobson: ‘The media ground rule was that you couldn’t photograph a military casualty in a way that they could be identified… Making that decision was a public act. I got a lot of flak.’ Photograph: Julie Jacobson/AP
Courtesy via The Guardian

thecrucibleofwar:

Julie Jacobson, Afghanistan, August 2009

Julie Jacobson: ‘The media ground rule was that you couldn’t photograph a military casualty in a way that they could be identified… Making that decision was a public act. I got a lot of flak.’ Photograph: Julie Jacobson/AP

Courtesy via The Guardian


thecrucibleofwar:


Adam Ferguson, Afghanistan, 2009
Adam Ferguson: ‘As a photographer, you feel helpless. Around you are medics, security personnel, people doing good work. It can be agonisingly painful to think that all you’re doing is taking pictures.’ Photograph: Adam Ferguson/VII Network
Courtesy via The Guardian

thecrucibleofwar:

Adam Ferguson, Afghanistan, 2009

Adam Ferguson: ‘As a photographer, you feel helpless. Around you are medics, security personnel, people doing good work. It can be agonisingly painful to think that all you’re doing is taking pictures.’ Photograph: Adam Ferguson/VII Network

Courtesy via The Guardian





aufseherin:

Fallschirmjägerabsprung

aufseherin:

Fallschirmjägerabsprung