Another Gulf War
After spending nearly three weeks in southern Iraq working as
a photojournalist covering the most recent war...
War Journal - Part II
Wake up this morning in Sulaimaniya. Breakfast with Don McCullin.
He is 68 going on 20...
Call me the Reporter
A sickening WVOOOOOM! accompanied by a desperate call of INCOMING!!!
a Baghdad Balcony, Part Il
Walking around the hotel lobby this morning, I see lots of smiles
and happy faces...
Soldier In An Army of Citizen Journalists
It may surprise some to know that I have never taken pleasure
in foreign assignments.
SQUANDERED AND SCRAPPED PLANS
It was frustrating that after eight days, I was still in the port
city of Umm Qasr...
What a homecoming it was. For the sailors and aviators - Bush's
visit to the carrier...
Keep Quiet and be Patient
I crossed into Iraq from northern Kuwait in a marine Amphibious
Iraq introduced me to a culture which operates on fear and repression...
When I started telling people back in January and February that
I would be leaving...
I left Kuwait and crossed into Iraq with the Marines on March
the night the British officer leans into my car and whispers “wake
It was around noon and as I started walking
in the 100 degree heat, I thought about my wife and daughter...