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Investigators from a joint US-British bomb investigation team look at a bomb crater at a christian church for evidence Nov. 8.  The crater was 18 feet wide by 5 feet deep.  Photos by Bill Putnam.
Investigators from a joint US-British bomb investigation team look at a bomb crater at a christian church for evidence Nov. 8. The crater was 18 feet wide by 5 feet deep. Photos by Bill Putnam.

In the 1st Person: Enforcing the Curfew in Baghdad

During the battle of Fallujah, insurgent attacks surged in the Al Rashid district of Baghdad, where Corporal Bill Putnam of the Army's 122nd Mobile Public Affairs Detachment is stationed. Putnam is a photojournalist David Sommerstein met in Kosovo a couple years ago. In his words, insurgents could be flushed out of Fallujah and sipping tea in his neighborhood within an hour.

Yesterday he sent us an audio diary from a patrol the night of the U.S. elections. A couple days later he went out on patrol with the 1-8th Cavalry Division - or the "1-8 Cav" - to enforce the curfew imposed in Baghdad earlier this month. Here's Putnam's audio diary from that patrol.  Go to full article

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