- DANGER AT EVERY TURN. // Time;4/7/2003, Vol. 161 Issue 14, p14
Presents photographs and images of the war in Iraq.
- Military Weekend: 'War Photography?'. DE WIND, DORIAN // Moderate Voice;11/21/2015, p3
Several photographs that are taken by U.S. military photographers are presented including photographs showing soldiers moving under smoke concealment, a Navy demonstration aircraft painting an arc of clouds in the sky, and the C-130 Hercules aircraft.
- COVERING THE COVERAGE OF THE WAR COVERAGE. Walker, David // Photo District News;Jun2003, Vol. 23 Issue 6, p22
Relates views on the emphasis given to photographs of war casualties in Iraq by newspapers in the U.S. Criticisms from readers; Term used by author Eric Alterman to designate the behavior of the media; Way in which reader response influence newspapers.
- Our Eyes on the Battlefield. // Time;4/7/2003, Vol. 161 Issue 14, p8
Presents the thoughts and images of photojournalists covering the war in Iraq.
- We Want Your Old Military Photographs! // History Magazine;Apr2009, Vol. 10 Issue 4, p31
The article encourages some readers to submit an old military uniform photographs for a compilation into tentative book. Qualifying photographs include Mexican-American War in 1846-1848 and the World War I in 1918-1919 together with its name of the subject, regiment and unit. Information...
- Ready Shoot Document. Gregory, Lisa // Soldiers;Jul2005, Vol. 60 Issue 7, p24
The article describes the work of soldiers who belong to the 55th Signal Company from Fort Meade, Maryland. The company is usually called Combat Camera unit and it documents Army operations and medical missions using films and videos. The soldiers of the unit carry weapons, know how to maneuver...
- Gendering Grief: Lamenting and Photographing the Dead in Serbia, 1914-1941. Bokovoy, Melissa // Aspasia;2011, Vol. 5 Issue 1, p46
This article is part of a larger research project on the political, cultural, and social implications of interwar Yugoslavia's remembrance and mourning of its war dead. Eschewing a focus on state-centered commemorative practices, this article focuses on two types of sources, laments of Serbian...
- Maui optical station photographs external tank reentry, breakup. Covault, C. // Aviation Week & Space Technology;6/11/1990, Vol. 132 Issue 24, p52
Describes the United States Air Force Maui Optical Station (AMOS) facility and the powerful system of cameras and lasers it used to photograph the reentry breakup and explosion of the space shuttle mission 31 external tank. Debris; Time-exposure photo; Telescope uses.
- Reservists chided for poor photos. // Army Reserve Magazine;Fall/Winter94, Vol. 40 Issue 3, p6
Comments on the importance for the quality of official Military photographs, focusing on the number of complaints which have been made by the Military's promotion and selection board members. Problems cited when taking the picture; Tips which can be used to improve your official photographs;...