US-IRAQ WAR-FEATURE : News Photo

US-IRAQ WAR-FEATURE

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FOR AFP STORY BY BRIGETTE DUSSEAU Dog tags belonging to 1st Lt. Tim McLaughlin, who drove a Marine Corps tank into Iraq in 2003, are seen at an exhibit displaying 36 pages from his diaries, each page blown up to poster-size at the The Bronx Documentary Center in New York March 14, 2013. Timed to the 10th anniversary of the invasion, the exhibit centers around large-format reprints of a diary written by Lt. Tim McLaughlin, who was at the Pentagon on 9/11, whose battalion spearheaded the Iraq invasion, and whose American flag was placed over a famous statue of Saddam Hussein in Baghdad's Firdos Square. The exhibit which opens March 14, will include the iconic flag, which Tim kept in a safe deposit box when he returned home from Iraq. It will also feature photos of the invasion by Gary Knight and texts by Peter Maass. AFP PHOTO / TIMOTHY A. CLARY (Photo credit should read TIMOTHY A. CLARY/AFP/Getty Images)
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FOR AFP STORY BY BRIGETTE DUSSEAU Dog tags belonging to 1st Lt. Tim McLaughlin, who drove a Marine Corps tank into Iraq in 2003, are seen at an exhibit displaying 36 pages from his diaries, each page blown up to poster-size at the The Bronx Documentary Center in New York March 14, 2013. Timed to the 10th anniversary of the invasion, the exhibit centers around large-format reprints of a diary written by Lt. Tim McLaughlin, who was at the Pentagon on 9/11, whose battalion spearheaded the Iraq invasion, and whose American flag was placed over a famous statue of Saddam Hussein in Baghdad's Firdos Square. The exhibit which opens March 14, will include the iconic flag, which Tim kept in a safe deposit box when he returned home from Iraq. It will also feature photos of the invasion by Gary Knight and texts by Peter Maass. AFP PHOTO / TIMOTHY A. CLARY (Photo credit should read TIMOTHY A. CLARY/AFP/Getty Images)
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