A Marine celebrates the fall of Tikrit, the last major city to fall during the 2003 invasion.
Marine Cpl. Christopher G. Scherer, 21, was killed by a sniper on July 21, 2007, in Karmah, Iraq. He was from East Northport, New York. His bedroom was photographed in February, 2009. (Photo by Ashley Gilbertson / VII Photo)
Polish soldiers sunbathed on a base in Karbala as American soldiers fought for control of the city.
Sgt. Boothby was treated under fire for severe dehydration during fighting in 120 degree heat.
Soldiers, airmen, marines and seamen prayed before a mass re-enlistment ceremony in a Baghdad palace.
White Phosphorus was accidentally fired on American marines when they were mistaken for insurgents.
Insurgents, rarely seen by US soldiers, were objects of fascination when they were captured or killed.
An Iraqi man tried to extinguish a burning van in downtown Baghdad.