Iraq Gallery (Bill Putnam)

An on-going documentary on the Iraq war.

Bound hands

An detainee's hands. This man and a friend of his were detained after a roadside bomb initiator made of a portable phone and motorcycle battery were pulled from their car trunk in Bayji, Iraq, Nov. 30, 2005.

Staring

Two men stare at an American Army patrol through Bayji's Market Road Nov. 28, 2005.

Car search

An Iraqi cab driver waits while his car is searched on Thunder Run near Bayji, Iraq, Nov. 26, 2005. Thunder Run, as the soldiers deployed to Bayji call it, is a place where the area's insurgents like to plant roadside bombs. The cabbie was stopped and searched after a patrol from Abu Company, 1st of the 187th Infantry, saw him and two other men working around his cab's open trunk. It turns out he was only picking the men up as a fare.

Smoke break

Spc. Chad Gargulak, an infantryman in Company A, 1st Battalion, 187th Infantry, waits to be flown by helicopter from the island Nov. 22, 2005.

Poll

Which Photo Agency Is Hardest To Deal With? (Please use the comment section to address some of the issues you see.)
Getty
29%
Corbis
7%
Sipa
5%
Blackstar
4%
WireImage
6%
Panos
1%
Agency VU
2%
Lookat Photos
4%
VII
6%
Magnum
11%
Aurora
1%
Gamma
5%
WPN
5%
Zuma Press
8%
Polaris
5%
Total votes: 690
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