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    President Barack Obama meets with General Raymond T. Odierno, Commanding General, Multi-National Force-Iraq, during the President's visit with U.S. troops at Camp Victory, Baghdad, Iraq, April 7, 2009.
    (Official White House Photo by Pete Souza)

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    1. V.K.Rees Photography 73 months ago

      wow. amazing shot.

    2. -fCh- 73 months ago

      ..taking in the shock of reality?

    3. Mason Gray 73 months ago

      Amazingly stunning photo . . . really like this one

    4. nicolas★patte 73 months ago

      amazing shot for an amazing gallery --and more, in creative commons.
      now these guys have understood what actually means internet on the 21st century.
      if only we could be governed by this kind of smart people here in france :-\

    5. digitalski 73 months ago

      Weight of the world on his shoulders -- this photo shows it literally and figuratively

    6. -paper-planes- 73 months ago

      Amazing, amazing photo.

    7. saintcreature 73 months ago

      Holy Christ!!!
      It’s a rare piece of photography, Commander in Chief and Commanding General together…

    8. mattstilley 73 months ago

      "So you say were completely F%^$"

    9. jdog1063 73 months ago

      General, you weren't able to round up enough troops for my photo op speech? Any ideas, guys?

    10. Nord_Flakes 71 months ago

      "I've got a great idea for a photo. You two ignore each other, and look worried. I'll take a picture of the back of someone's shoulder and show everyone where all the pins are on the Iraq maps behind you. Okay, don't smile!" click.

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