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American photojournalist who covered the first Gulf War (1991). His horrifying photograph of an incinerated soldier still at the cab of a truck on Highway 8 (the so-called "Highway of Death") following the night attack of February 26–27, 1991 remains one of the iconic images of that war. Originally rejected as being to graphic started to be published in non-US publications before appearing in American Photographer and in January 1992 it was awarded the Leica Medal of Excellence.
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