Shooting Ghosts

Author: Thomas J. Brennan USMC (Ret.)
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 0399562567
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A U.S. Marine, a Combat Photographer, and Their Journey Back from War
Thomas J. Brennan USMC (Ret.), Finbarr O'Reilly. Castner, Brian. The Long Walk
: A Story of War and the ... Kyle, Chris. American Sniper. Harper, 2012. LeDoux,
Joseph. The Emotional Brain: The Mysterious Underpinnings of Emotional Life.
Simon & Schuster Paperbacks, 1996. McCarthy, Cormac. Blood Meridian.
Random House, 1985. McCullin, Don. Unreasonable Behavior. Vintage, 1992.
Marinovich, Greg.

Shock Factor

Author: Sgt. Jack Coughlin
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
ISBN: 1250038375
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One of the reporters embedded with the enemy that day, Karim Kadim, later
received an American Pulitzer Prize for photojournalism for his work during the
uprising. Aside from the firefight downtown, the snipers had yet to do anything
they felt to be substantive. Maries and the rest of his section seethed at what was
going on. A week after the June 4 attack, the scout platoon captured several
members of the Mahdi Militia cell that carried out that operation, but the snipers
were minimally ...

Whiskey Tango Foxtrot

ISBN: 9780226293257
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An account of the author's experience in Iraq, presents photographs and commentary that convey the terror and exhilaration of photojournalism in an age of embedded reporting.

American Photojournalism

Author: Claude Hubert Cookman
ISBN: 9780810123588
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Working in the area called Devil's Den, the photographers discovered a small
stone wall the Confederates had constructed between two huge boulders as a
sniper's position, but there were no bodies present. To construct a narrative, they
carried a young Confederate soldier's body from a nearby field, positioned it near
the wall, placed a knapsack under his head, and propped a rifle against the wall
beside him. Although Frassanito points out that the rifle was "definitely not the
type ...

Photojournalism Text

Author: Kenneth Kobre
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The photographer was on the front with the U.S. military during an incursion into
llaiaf, Iraq. Their temporary outpost was taking constant sophisticated sniper fire
through windows and down corridors. American soldiers used the sniper dummy
to draw the enemy into sight and return fire. A sniper was spotted about 450
yards away in an abandoned hotel. li.S. forces called in an air strike, and a fighter
let soon dropped two aerial bombs onto the hotel, slrattering the building and
probably ...

American Photographer

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When Life magazine folded in 1972 a great hue and cry arose about the future of
photojournalism, and the reverberations of the closing of the publication led to
questions about the continued relevance of still photography itself. (Some ...
There, sandwiched between a grisly story of American GIs crossing the Rhine
under German sniper fire, and an essay on a former Japanese kamikaze pilot
who was on a scholarship at Lafayette College set up by the family of a US
soldier killed in the ...


Author: Lewis L. Gould
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18 By then the Americans had the city under control, and the excitement ebbed
away. Hare covered the news from Veracruz in his usual thorough way, even
though the destruction of the city's ice plant made preservation of his plates a
difficult order. There were photographs of Mexican dead in the streets, pictures of
the wreckage from the naval shelling, and shots of marines rooting out the few
snipers who remained. With the cooperation of army and navy fliers, one of whom

Photojournalism And Foreign Policy

Author: David D. Perlmutter
Publisher: Praeger Publishers
ISBN: 9780275958121
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Another American helicopter was hit. Soon, so many Somalis were in the area
that "for the 90 or so U.S. soldiers consolidating near the downed helicopter [this
was] a killing zone."31 One helicopter crash-landed in a neighborhood of small
homes and tin shacks.32 Two Delta Force snipers, Sergeants Shughart and
Gordon, jumped to the ground from another helicopter and pulled out the only
man they found alive: Michael Durant. Durant recalled hearing Shughart crying
out, "I'm hit!


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At the sound of approaching footsteps, a British soldier stiffens instinctively during
a rash of bombings, sniper attacks, and kidnapings in Belfast, Northern Ireland, in
November. Since 1969 more than a thousand civilians have died. In mid town
Belfast, mourning Catholic women parade toward Milltown Cemetery for the
funeral of IRA terrorists killed when their own bomb exploded prematurely. An
estimated 80 percent of all firearms used by the IRA are American-made. Most
driqqle into ...