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Twenty-five photographs taken by Lt. Murl Riedel while serving in the 2nd Battalion 130th Field Artillery, Kansas Army National Guard during the Iraqi Freedom War. 1) Photo of Paul with weapon, Iraq, 2004-2005; 2) Photo of six unidentified soldiers at SOG rotation, Iraq, 2004-2005; 3) Photo of Murl Riedel leaving RPC, Iraq, 2004-2005; 4) Photo of Murl Riedel in uniform, Iraq, 2004-2005; 5) Photo of Murl Riedel and Ackmed, unknown location in Iraq, 2004-2005; 6) Photo of 8 children identified as "Shiek's Kids", Iraq, 2004-2005; 7) Photo of McLeod, Murl Riedel & Lt. "V" on last day with Alpha, Iraq, 2004-2005; 8) Photo of Murl Riedel wearing an "Operation Iraqi Freedom" hat, Iraq, April 17, 2004; 9-10) Photos of Murl Riedel in uniform, unknown location in Iraq, 2004-2005; 11) Photo of camouflaged Vehicle identified as "Maximus", Iraq, 2004-2005; 12) Photo of unidentified soldier with a cache of weapons, Iraq, 2004-2005; 13) Photo of a big building identified as "Palace II", Iraq, 2004-2005; 14) Photo of an unidentified wooden building with a man made pond, Iraq, 2004-2005; 15-16) Photos of a stone structure with pond and concertina wire, Iraq, 2004-2005; 17) Photo of an elaborate ory Palace, Iraq, 2004-2005; 23) Photo of the Kid's House at the Victory Palace, Iraq, 2004-2005; and 24-25) Photos of flooding at LBS, Iraq, 2004-2005. On March 20, 2003, the United States began military action against Iraq for the stated purpose of deposing Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein and preventing his use of suspected nuclear weapons (weapons of mass destruction). British, Australian, Polish, and Danish forces participated in the invasion. U.S. led forces took control of Baghdad on April 9, 2003. The war continued with the United States coalition forces facing increased insurgency from Shiite militants, Sunni militants, and terrorists aligned with al-Qaeda. Digital images for these 25 prints are available see unit 17990.

Creator: Riedel, Murl Ivin, b.1977
Date: 2005

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Item Number: 315895
Call Number: 2005/010.03
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 315895

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