The U.S. Army's Office of the Chief of Public Affairs is the epicenter for collecting, fusing and distributing the products that tell the Army's story.


By maximizing the distribution of the Army's public communications, messages and products we will better meet our obligations to inform the American public and our Soldiers about the Army.


We welcome comments and discussion about our photos, but we do ask that you follow a few guidelines when posting comments:


1) No profanity will be tolerated. Profanity in comments will result in immediate deletion.


2) No personal attacks or derogatory remarks will be tolerated.


3) Any type of repeated spam messages may be deleted at the discretion of the Office of the Chief of Public Affairs.


Failure to follow our guidelines for commenting on photos may result in your comments being deleted without warning. We also retain the right to delete any comments that may not be covered by these guidelines.

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Leo Zaza says:

These photographs or images significantly contribute to creating a rich, archival-quality record of our time.

May 8, 2008

His photos are awesome.

August 12, 2007