And unlike the media trying to restir up hate with photos from 2003, these Abu Ghraib photos are from the last six months:
blackfive.net/main/images/15313.jpg ABU GHRAIB, Iraq (Nov. 1, 2005) - Tabark Addul Rahman (Tabitha). Tabitha was a patient at the Abu Ghraib hospital from Oct 28, 2005 to Nov. 2, 2005. Picture taken by Maj. Brad Wenstrup 344th Combat Support Hospital.
blackfive.net/main/images/15314.jpg ABU GHRAIB, Iraq (Oct. 30, 2005) - Maj. Lisa Flynn MD provides oxygen to Tabark Addul Rahman, aka Baby Tabitha. Flynn the general and vascular surgeon for the hospital at Abu Ghraib was primary physician for the baby. Photo by Maj. Brad Wenstrup 344th Combat Support Hospital.
blackfive.net/main/images/15316.jpg ABU GHRAIB, Iraq (October 30, 2005) - Maj. Jose Rodriquez MD (L) and Maj. Brad Wenstrup Chief of Surgery [r] perform surgery on a detainees’ leg while Maj. Marie Cadet RN looks on.
blackfive.net/main/images/14505.jpg BAGHDAD (January 13, 2006) – Soldiers from the 3rd Brigade, 6th Iraqi Division and Company C, 1st Battalion, 87th Infantry, 1/10th Mountain Division hand out rice, meat, blankets and patriotic Iraqi flags Jan. 13 to Abu Ghraib citizens. (U.S. Army Photo by Capt. Shonnel Makwakwa, 1/10th MTN Medical Planner)
blackfive.net/main/images/14256.jpg CAMP LIBERTY, Iraq (Jauary 9, 2006) – French foreign national, Bernard Planche, who was kidnapped Dec. 5 while working as an engineer in Iraq, was found by U.S. Troops as they patrolled a neighborhood in the Abu Ghraib area of western Baghdad. The Soldiers took him in, provided him with care, and began contacting his relatives and home country. Here, he talks with Soldiers from the 1/10th Mountain Division’s 2nd Battalion, 22nd Infantry Regiment, A Company, who were in charge of his rescue (U.S. Army Photo by Pfc. Jason Jordan, 1/10th Mountain Public Affairs)