Introducing Nathan S Webster, Photographer of Our Troops
"Just a few hundred yards from the Tigris River, the mission took place during a hot morning, probably 110 degrees by 8 a.m. Iraq soldiers searched an unused compound close to the dirt river road, while Vergo positioned his two men in one corner. They all stayed out of the creeping sun."
"Sometimes there's a cool breeze, out by the river,” Pfc. Walter Grochwina says to the other, Pfc. Nick Knickerbocker, as both kneel and sweat in the dirt and dust.
“Haven't felt a breeze today,” Knickerbocker says."...
In these times when the msm is still ignoring most of the real news from the sandbox, comes Nathan S Webster. He is the real deal. Go over to WOTN here. Follow the links to Webster, bookmark his site and check back often.
WOTN says this about Nathan Webster:
Launched today, this new site is by a photojournalist, Operation Desert Storm Veteran, who embedded in Iraq from 2007 to 2009.Four of his pictures have graced the walls of museums.You'll want to start reading now, or you'll be playing a lot of catchup later.
What are you waiting for? Check it out!