« Patrolling an Outhouse and a Visit to OP3 | Weblog | Easter Report from Iraq »

A four-hour foot patrol on the outskirts of Fallujah

By Michael Fumento

Photo by Michael Fumento
An Iraqi soldier keeps his back to the wall. One less direction to be shot from. Photo by Michael Fumento
Photo by Michael Fumento
We take up positions opposite a row of buildings frequented by snipers. Photo by Michael Fumento
Photo by Michael Fumento
The dual patches are a strong symbol of US-Iraqi cooperation. Photo by Michael Fumento
April 15, 2006 03:11 PM  ·  Iraq