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GOLF-MASTERS/CLOSEUP
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April 07, 2017 
A fallen pink dogwood flower petal lies in the pine straw near the 8th hole during the 2017 Masters at... 
Augusta, UNITED STATES 
The Wider Image: The Masters up close 
A fallen pink dogwood flower petal lies in the pine straw near the 8th hole during the 2017 Masters at Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia, U.S. April 4, 2017. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst SEARCH "AUGUSTA CLOSE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
USA-WEATHER/
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March 15, 2012 
Artist Janet Frankovic paints a blooming dogwood tree in Sligo Creek Park in Silver Spring, Maryland... 
Silver Spring, UNITED STATES 
Artist Janet Frankovic paints a blooming dogwood tree in Silver Spring Maryland 
Artist Janet Frankovic paints a blooming dogwood tree in Sligo Creek Park in Silver Spring, Maryland March 15, 2012. Extremely warm spring weather, with temperatures reaching 82 degrees Fahrenheit, has arrived in the nation's capital region. REUTERS/Gary Cameron (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT) 
USA-WEATHER/
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March 15, 2012 
Artist Janet Frankovic paints a blooming dogwood tree in Sligo Creek Park in Silver Spring, Maryland... 
Silver Spring, UNITED STATES 
Artist Janet Frankovic paints a blooming dogwood tree in Silver Spring Maryland 
Artist Janet Frankovic paints a blooming dogwood tree in Sligo Creek Park in Silver Spring, Maryland March 15, 2012. Extremely warm spring weather, with temperatures reaching 82 degrees Fahrenheit, has arrived in the nation's capital region. REUTERS/Gary Cameron (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT) 
USA-WEATHER/
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March 15, 2012 
Artist Janet Frankovic paints a blooming dogwood tree in Sligo Creek Park in Silver Spring, Maryland... 
Silver Spring, UNITED STATES 
Artist Janet Frankovic paints a blooming dogwood tree in Silver Spring Maryland 
Artist Janet Frankovic paints a blooming dogwood tree in Sligo Creek Park in Silver Spring, Maryland March 15, 2012. Extremely warm spring weather, with temperatures reaching 82 degrees Fahrenheit, has arrived in the nation's capital region. REUTERS/Gary Cameron (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT) 
USA/
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January 28, 2009 
Some buds on a dogwood tree are coated with ice from a winter storm in Wilmington, Delaware, January... 
Wilmington, UNITED STATES 
Some buds on a dogwood tree are coated with ice from a winter storm in Wilmington, Delaware 
Some buds on a dogwood tree are coated with ice from a winter storm in Wilmington, Delaware, January 28, 2009. REUTERS/Tim Shaffer (UNITED STATES) 
USA-ELECTION/
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November 04, 2008 
Victoria Baker (R) wraps up in a blanket as she waits in line to cast her ballot at Dogwood Neighborhood... 
Atlanta, UNITED STATES 
Woman waits in line to cast her ballot at Dogwood Neighborhood Senior Center for U.S. presidential election... 
Victoria Baker (R) wraps up in a blanket as she waits in line to cast her ballot at Dogwood Neighborhood Senior Center for the U.S. presidential election in Atlanta, Georgia, November 4, 2008. REUTERS/Tami Chappell (UNITED STATES) US PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION CAMPAIGN 2008 (USA) 
USA-ELECTION/
RTXA8OM 
November 04, 2008 
Olivia Robinson signs the side of a bus, with pictures and words of encouragement for U.S. Democratic... 
Atlanta, UNITED STATES 
Robinson signs the side of a bus with pictures and words of encouragement for Obama, that had brought... 
Olivia Robinson signs the side of a bus, with pictures and words of encouragement for U.S. Democratic presidential nominee Senator Barack Obama (D-IL), that had brought voters to the polls at Dogwood Neighborhood Senior Center for the U.S. Presidential election in Atlanta,Georgia, November 4, 2008. REUTERS/Tami Chappell (UNITED STATES) US PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION CAMPAIGN 2008 (USA) 
USA/
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April 02, 2007 
Artist Yoko Ono smiles during the "Wish Tree for Washington D.C." ceremony in the Hirshhorn Museum's... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
Yoko Ono smiles at the 'Wish Tree for Washington D.C." ceremony at the Hirshhorn Museum in Washington... 
Artist Yoko Ono smiles during the "Wish Tree for Washington D.C." ceremony in the Hirshhorn Museum's sculpture garden in Washington, April 2, 2007. As part of a wider art project where members of the public are invitied to place their own wishes on the tree, Ono dedicated the tree in the spirit and goodwill of the initial 1912 gift of cherry blossom trees to the U.S. from Japan. REUTERS/Jason Reed (UNITED STATES) 
USA/
RTR1O8DP 
April 02, 2007 
Artist Yoko Ono writes a wish for peace onto a piece of paper before tying it to a branch of a Japanese-flowering... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
Yoko Ono writes a note for peace at the 'Wish Tree for Washington D.C." ceremony at the Hirshhorn Museum... 
Artist Yoko Ono writes a wish for peace onto a piece of paper before tying it to a branch of a Japanese-flowering Dogwood tree at a "Wish Tree for Washington D.C." ceremony in the Hirshhorn Museum's sculpture garden in Washington April 2, 2007. As part of a wider art project where members of the public are invitied to place their own wishes on the tree, Ono dedicated the tree in the spirit and goodwill of the initial 1912 gift of cherry blossom trees to the U.S. from Japan. REUTERS/Jason Reed (UNITED STATES) 
USA/
RTR1O8DF 
April 02, 2007 
A handwritten wish for peace by artist Yoko Ono is displayed after being tied to a branch of a Japanese-flowering... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
A wish for peace written by Yoko Ono is shown tied to a tree at the Hirshhorn Museum in Washington 
A handwritten wish for peace by artist Yoko Ono is displayed after being tied to a branch of a Japanese-flowering Dogwood tree at a "Wish Tree for Washington D.C." ceremony in the Hirshhorn Museum's sculpture garden in Washington April 2, 2007. As part of a wider art project where members of the public are invitied to place their own wishes on the tree, Ono dedicated the tree in the spirit and goodwill of the initial 1912 gift of cherry blossom trees to the U.S. from Japan. REUTERS/Jason Reed (UNITED STATES) 
PEACE-ONO
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April 02, 2007 
Artist Yoko Ono ties her handwritten wish for peace onto the branch of a Japanese-flowering Dogwood tree... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
Artist Yoko Ono ties her wish for peace onto the branch of a Dogwood tree at the "Wish Tree for Washington... 
Artist Yoko Ono ties her handwritten wish for peace onto the branch of a Japanese-flowering Dogwood tree at the "Wish Tree for Washington D.C." ceremony in the Hirshhorn Museum's sculpture garden in Washington April 2, 2007. As part of a wider art project where members of the public are invited to place their own wishes on the tree, Ono dedicated the tree to the spirit and goodwill of the initial 1912 gift of cherry blossom trees to the U.S. from Japan. REUTERS/Jason Reed (UNITED STATES) 
BRITAIN
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November 24, 2005 
Britain's Prince Charles (L) and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall (2L) meet Sergeant Mick Brennan at the... 
Epsom 
Britain's Prince Charles and Camilla meet Sergeant Mick Brennan at the Defence Medical Rehabilitation... 
Britain's Prince Charles (L) and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall (2L) meet Sergeant Mick Brennan at the Defence Medical Rehabilitation Centre, southern England, November 24, 2005. Brennan, lost both legs in a suicide car bomb attack at Camp Dogwood in Iraq in November 2004. REUTERS/Paul Hackett 
IRAQ
RTR6CM1 
March 28, 2005 
U.S. explosive ordnance disposal team members, along with soldiers of the 150th Engineer Battalion, 155th... 
Hilla 
US servicemen prepare to destroy ordnance cache found south of Baghdad, Iraq. 
U.S. explosive ordnance disposal team members, along with soldiers of the 150th Engineer Battalion, 155th Brigade Combat Team are seen in this handout picture, preparing for the destruction of a portion of the large cache found recently near U.S. Forward Operating Base Dogwood south of the Iraqi capital Baghdad, in this handout photograph released on March 28, 2005. REUTERS/US Army/Handout HH/KS 
IRAQ
RTRHEZU 
December 04, 2004 
Sergeant Barry Robertson of the Black Watch Battle Group burns remnants of Camp Dogwood as the Black... 
Camp Dogwood 
The Black Watch Battle Group move back to southern Iraq at the end of their deployment to Camp Dogwood.... 
Sergeant Barry Robertson of the Black Watch Battle Group burns remnants of Camp Dogwood as the Black Watch move back to southern Iraq at the end of their deployment to Camp Dogwood, December 4, 2004. The Black Watch have had 850 soldiers operating for 30 days at Camp Dogwood and have had five soldiers killed. Picture taken December 2, 2004. REUTERS/Nick Allen/Pool DBP/THI 
IRAQ
RTRHEZM 
December 04, 2004 
Tanks of the Queens Dragoon Guards near Najaf as the Black Watch Battle Group move back to southern Iraq... 
Camp Dogwood 
The Black Watch Battle Group move back to southern Iraq at the end of their deployment to Camp Dogwood.... 
Tanks of the Queens Dragoon Guards near Najaf as the Black Watch Battle Group move back to southern Iraq at the end of their deployment to Camp Dogwood, December 4, 2004. The Black Watch have had 850 soldiers operating for 30 days at Camp Dogwood and have had five soldiers killed. Picture taken December 2, 2004. REUTERS/Nick Allen/Pool DBP/THI 
IRAQ
RTRHEWU 
December 03, 2004 
U.S. soldiers escorting the convoy prepare to move out as the Black Watch Battle Group move back to southern... 
Camp Dogwood 
The Black Watch Battle Group move back to southern Iraq at the end of their deployment to Camp Dogwood.... 
U.S. soldiers escorting the convoy prepare to move out as the Black Watch Battle Group move back to southern Iraq at the end of their deployment to Camp Dogwood, December 3, 2004. The Black Watch have had 850 soldiers operating for 30 days at Camp Dogwood and have had five soldiers killed. Picture taken December 3, 2004. REUTERS/HO DBP/THI 
IRAQ
RTRHEWN 
December 03, 2004 
Colonel Ron Johnson (L) eats some traditional Scottish fudge offered to him by the Commanding Officer... 
Camp Dogwood 
The Black Watch Battle Group move back to southern Iraq at the end of their deployment to Camp Dogwood.... 
Colonel Ron Johnson (L) eats some traditional Scottish fudge offered to him by the Commanding Officer of A Company as the Black Watch Battle Group move back to southern Iraq at the end of their deployment to Camp Dogwood, December 3, 2004. The Black Watch have had 850 soldiers operating for 30 days at Camp Dogwood and have had five soldiers killed. Picture taken December 3, 2004. REUTERS/HO DBP/THI 
IRAQ
RTRHEU5 
December 03, 2004 
Colonel Ron Johnson (R) talks with Lieutenant Colonel James Cowan as the Black Watch Battle Group move... 
Camp Dogwood 
The Black Watch Battle Group move back to southern Iraq at the end of their deployment to Camp Dogwood.... 
Colonel Ron Johnson (R) talks with Lieutenant Colonel James Cowan as the Black Watch Battle Group move back to southern Iraq at the end of their deployment to Camp Dogwood, December 3, 2004. The Black Watch have had 850 soldiers operating for 30 days at Camp Dogwood and have had five soldiers killed. Picture taken December 3, 2004. REUTERS/HO DBP/THI 
IRAQ
RTRHEU0 
December 03, 2004 
The Black Watch Battle Group move back to southern Iraq at the end of their deployment to Camp Dogwood,... 
Camp Dogwood 
The Black Watch Battle Group move back to southern Iraq at the end of their deployment to Camp Dogwood.... 
The Black Watch Battle Group move back to southern Iraq at the end of their deployment to Camp Dogwood, December 3, 2004. The Black Watch have had 850 soldiers operating for 30 days at Camp Dogwood and have had five soldiers killed. Picture taken December 3, 2004. REUTERS/HO DBP/THI 
IRAQ
RTRHETT 
December 03, 2004 
Colonel Ron Johnson (C) carries out his final visit to Camp Dogwood as the Black Watch Battle Group move... 
Camp Dogwood 
The Black Watch Battle Group move back to southern Iraq at the end of their deployment to Camp Dogwood.... 
Colonel Ron Johnson (C) carries out his final visit to Camp Dogwood as the Black Watch Battle Group move back to southern Iraq at the end of their deployment to Camp Dogwood, December 3, 2004. The Black Watch have had 850 soldiers operating for 30 days at Camp Dogwood and have had five soldiers killed. Picture taken December 3, 2004. REUTERS/HO DBP/THI 
IRAQ
RTRHESV 
December 03, 2004 
The Black Watch Battle Group move back to southern Iraq at the end of their deployment to Camp Dogwood,... 
Camp Dogwood 
The Black Watch Battle Group move back to southern Iraq at the end of their deployment to Camp Dogwood.... 
The Black Watch Battle Group move back to southern Iraq at the end of their deployment to Camp Dogwood, December 3, 2004. The Black Watch have had 850 soldiers operating for 30 days at Camp Dogwood and have had five soldiers killed. Picture taken December 3, 2004. REUTERS/HO DBP 
IRAQ
RTRHESD 
December 03, 2004 
The Black Watch Battle Group move back to southern Iraq at the end of their deployment to Camp Dogwood,... 
Camp Dogwood 
The Black Watch Battle Group move back to southern Iraq at the end of their deployment to Camp Dogwood.... 
The Black Watch Battle Group move back to southern Iraq at the end of their deployment to Camp Dogwood, December 3, 2004. The Black Watch have had 850 soldiers operating for 30 days at Camp Dogwood and have had five soldiers killed. REUTERS/HO DBP/THI 
BRITAIN
RTRGSJ4 
November 26, 2004 
Privates Robert Roberson (L), Ian Porteus (2nd L), Wayne Macky (2nd R) and Lee Beaton (R) of 'A' Company... 
Camp Dogwood 
Soldiers of 'A' Company the Black Watch open mail parcels near Camp Dogwood Iraq. 
Privates Robert Roberson (L), Ian Porteus (2nd L), Wayne Macky (2nd R) and Lee Beaton (R) of 'A' Company the Black Watch open mail parcels near Camp Dogwood, Iraq on November 26, 2004. Editorial Use Only REUTERS/Michael Dunlea/Pool JD/WS 
BRITAIN
RTRGSIO 
November 26, 2004 
Privates Robert Roberson (L), Ian Porteus (2nd L), Wayne Macky (2nd R) and Lee Beaton (R) of 'A' Company... 
Camp Dogwood 
Soldiers of 'A' Company the Black Watch open mail parcels near Camp Dogwood Iraq. 
Privates Robert Roberson (L), Ian Porteus (2nd L), Wayne Macky (2nd R) and Lee Beaton (R) of 'A' Company the Black Watch open mail parcels near Camp Dogwood, Iraq on November 26, 2004. Editorial Use Only REUTERS/Michael Dunlea/Pool JD/WS 
MD
RTRGPQ6 
November 25, 2004 
Members of Britain's Black Watch sleep after carrying out an operation in a village on the east bank... 
Camp Dogwood 
Members of Britain's Black Watch sleep after carrying out an operation in a village on the east bank... 
Members of Britain's Black Watch sleep after carrying out an operation in a village on the east bank of the Euphrates. Exhausted members of Britain's Black Watch sleep in their Warrior armoured vehicle as they travel back to their base Camp Dogwood, some 25 miles south west of Baghdad, after carrying out an operation in a village on the east bank of the Euphrates November 25, 2004. British troops raided the country villas of some of Saddam Hussein's old guard, rounding up guerrilla suspects, as they joined a U.S.-led offensive against Sunni Muslim insurgents south of Baghdad on Thursday. REUTERS/Michael Dunlea/The Daily Mail/Pool 
IRAQ
RTXN23B 
November 21, 2004 
A British Soldier from the Black Watch cleans the 30mm RARDEN cannon of his Warrior Armoured fighting... 
Camp Dogwood, Iraq 
A British Soldier from the Black Watch cleans the 30mm RARDEN cannon of his Warrior Armoured fightin..... 
A British Soldier from the Black Watch cleans the 30mm RARDEN cannon of his Warrior Armoured fighting vehicle during a lull in operations at Camp Dogwood near Baghdad, Iraq, November 20, 2004. The soldiers of the Black Watch are involved in Operation Bracken in support of allied operations to deny freedom of movement to insurgents in the area.
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IRAQ
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November 21, 2004 
British soldiers attached to the Black Watch fly in a helicopter on their way to set up a checkpoint... 
Near Baghdad, Iraq 
British soldiers attached to the Black Watch fly in a helicopter on their way to set up a checkpoint..... 
British soldiers attached to the Black Watch fly in a helicopter on their way to set up a checkpoint in the desert near camp Dogwood 25 miles south of Baghdad, Iraq November 21, 2004. [The British forces stepped up security and changed their check-point procedures after incidents involving suicide bombers.] 
IRAQ
RTXN1VG 
November 21, 2004 
British soldiers attached to the Black Watch fly in a helicopter on their way to set up a checkpoint... 
Near Baghdad, Iraq 
British soldiers attached to the Black Watch fly in a helicopter on their way to set up a checkpoint..... 
British soldiers attached to the Black Watch fly in a helicopter on their way to set up a checkpoint in the desert near camp Dogwood 25 miles south of Baghdad, Iraq November 21, 2004. [The British forces stepped up security and changed their check-point procedures after incidents involving suicide bombers.] 
IRAQ BLACK WATCH
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November 21, 2004 
British soldiers from Black Watch find shelter behind their armour vehicles from possible ammunition... 
Near Baghdad 
British soldiers from Black Watch find shelter behind their armour vehicles from possible ammunition... 
British soldiers from Black Watch find shelter behind their armour vehicles from possible ammunition explosion at Camp Dogwood. British soldiers from Black Watch find shelter behind their armour vehicles from possible ammunition explosion at Camp Dogwood 25 miles south of Baghdad November 21, 2004. The fire started in a tent at Camp Dogwood and sent flames soaring 40ft into the air. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj 
IRAQ
RTRGBWZ 
November 21, 2004 
British Trooper James Belton of the Queen's Dragoon Guards walks after hearing he became father for the... 
Near Baghdad 
British Trooper James Belton of the Queen's Dragoon Guards walks after hearing he became father for ...... 
British Trooper James Belton of the Queen's Dragoon Guards walks after hearing he became father for the first time, while on duty at camp Dogwood. British Trooper James Belton of the Queen's Dragoon Guards walks inside camp Dogwood 40.2 kilometres (25 miles) south of Baghdad, Iraq November 21, 2004 after hearing he became father for the first time. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj 
IRAQ
RTRGBWS 
November 21, 2004 
British Trooper James Belton of the Queen's Dragoon Guards smiles after hearing he became father for... 
Near Baghdad 
British Trooper James Belton of the Queen's Dragoon Guards smiles after hearing he became father for... 
British Trooper James Belton of the Queen's Dragoon Guards smiles after hearing he became father for the first time, while on duty at Camp Dogwood. British Trooper James Belton of the Queen's Dragoon Guards smiles after hearing he became father for the first time, while on duty at camp Dogwood 40.2 kilometres (25 miles) south of Baghdad, Iraq November 21, 2004. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj 
IRAQ
RTRGBWL 
November 21, 2004 
British soldier attached to the Black Watch fly in a helicopter to set up a check-point in the desert... 
Near Baghdad 
British soldier attached to the Black Watch fly in a helicopter to set up a check-point in the desert... 
British soldier attached to the Black Watch fly in a helicopter to set up a check-point in the desert near camp Dogwood. British soldiers attached to the Black Watch fly in a helicopter on their way to set up a check-point in the desert near camp Dogwood 40.2 kilometres (25 miles) south of Baghdad, Iraq November 21, 2004. The British forces stepped up security and changed their check-point procedures after incidents involving suicide bombers. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj 
IRAQ
RTRGBWD 
November 21, 2004 
British soldiers attached to the Black Watch fly in a helicopter to set up a check-point in the desert... 
Near Baghdad 
British soldiers attached to the Black Watch fly in a helicopter to set up a check-point in the desert... 
British soldiers attached to the Black Watch fly in a helicopter to set up a check-point in the desert near camp Dogwood. British soldiers attached to the Black Watch fly in a helicopter on their way to set up a check-point in the desert near camp Dogwood 40.2 kilometres (25 miles) south of Baghdad, Iraq November 21, 2004. The British forces stepped up security and changed their check-point procedures after incidents involving suicide bombers. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj 
IRAQ
RTRGBW6 
November 21, 2004 
A British army helicopter flies behind a British soldier attached to the Black Watch at a check-point... 
Near Baghdad 
A British army helicopter flies behind a British soldier attached to the Black Watch at a check-point... 
A British army helicopter flies behind a British soldier attached to the Black Watch at a check-point in the desert near camp Dogwood. A British army's helicopter flies behind a British soldier attached to the Black Watch at a check-point in the desert near camp Dogwood 40.2 kilometres (25 miles) south of Baghdad, Iraq November 21, 2004. The British forces stepped up security and changed their check-point procedures after incidents involving suicide bombers. REUTERS/Damir Sagoljlj 
IRAQ
RTRGBVW 
November 21, 2004 
A British army helicopter flies behind Iraqis approaching check-point set up by British soldiers attached... 
Near Baghdad 
A British army helicopter flies behind Iraqis approaching check-point set up by British soldiers ... 
A British army helicopter flies behind Iraqis approaching check-point set up by British soldiers attached to the Black Watch in the desert near the camp Dogwood. A British helicopter flies behind Iraqis approaching a check point set up by British soldiers attached to the Black Watch in the desert near camp Dogwood 40.2 kilometres (25 miles) south of Baghdad, Iraq November 21, 2004. The British forces stepped up security and changed their check-point procedures after incidents involving suicide bombers. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj Pictures of the Month November 2004 
IRAQ
RTRGBVQ 
November 21, 2004 
British soldiers attached to the Black Watch fly on helicopter on their way to set up a check-point in... 
Near Baghdad 
British soldiers attached to the Black Watch fly on helicopter on their way to set up a check-point in... 
British soldiers attached to the Black Watch fly on helicopter on their way to set up a check-point in the desert near camp Dogwood. British soldiers attached to the Black Watch fly in a helicopter on their way to set up a check-point in the desert near camp Dogwood 40.2 kilometres (25 miles) south of Baghdad, Iraq November 21, 2004. The British forces stepped up security and changed their check-point procedures after incidents involving suicide bombers. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj 
IRAQ
RTRGBVK 
November 21, 2004 
British soldier attached to the Black Watch stops Iraqi civilian at a check-point in the desert near... 
Near Baghdad 
British soldier attached to the Black Watch stops Iraqi civilian at a check-point in the desert near... 
British soldier attached to the Black Watch stops Iraqi civilian at a check-point in the desert near Camp Dogwood. A British soldier attached to the Black Watch stops an Iraqi civilian at a check-point in the desert near camp Dogwood, 40.2 kilometres (25 miles) south of Baghdad, Iraq November 21, 2004.The British forces stepped up security and changed their check-point procedures after incidents involving suicide bombers. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj 
IRAQ BLACK WATCH
RTRGBVE 
November 21, 2004 
British soldiers attached to the Black Watch jump out of a helicopter to set up a check-point in the... 
Near Baghdad 
British soldiers attached to the Black Watch jump out of a helicopter to set up a check-point in the... 
British soldiers attached to the Black Watch jump out of a helicopter to set up a check-point in the desert near camp Dogwood. British soldiers attached to the Black Watch jump out of a helicopter to set up a check-point in the desert near camp Dogwood, 40.2 kilometres (25 miles) south of Baghdad, Iraq November 21, 2004. The British forces stepped up security and changed their check-point procedures after incidents involving suicide bombers. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj 
IRAQ
RTRGBV8 
November 21, 2004 
A British soldier attached to the Black Watch searches an Iraqi man at a check point in the desert near... 
Near Baghdad 
A British soldier attached to the Black Watch searches an Iraqi man at a check point in the desert ...... 
A British soldier attached to the Black Watch searches an Iraqi man at a check point in the desert near camp Dogwood. A British soldier attached to the Black Watch searches an Iraqi man at a check-point in the desert near camp Dogwood, 40.2 kilometres (25 miles) south of Baghdad, Iraq November 21, 2004. The British forces stepped up security and changed their check-point procedures after incidents involving suicide bombers. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj 
IRAQ
RTRGBV0 
November 21, 2004 
A British soldier attached to the Black Watch searches Iraqis at a check-point in the desert near the... 
Near Baghdad 
A British soldier attached to the Black Watch searches Iraqis at a check-point in the desert near the... 
A British soldier attached to the Black Watch searches Iraqis at a check-point in the desert near the camp Dogwood. A British soldier attached to the Black Watch searches Iraqis at a check-point in the desert near camp Dogwood, 40.2 kilometers (25 miles) south of Baghdad, Iraq November 21, 2004. The British forces stepped up security and changed their check-point procedures after incidents involving suicide bombers. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj 
IRAQ
RTRGBUU 
November 21, 2004 
A British Royal Marine Commando attached to the Black Watch stops Iraqi civilians at a check-point in... 
Near Baghdad 
British Royal Marine stops Iraqi civilians at a check-point in the desert near camp Dogwood. 
A British Royal Marine Commando attached to the Black Watch stops Iraqi civilians at a check-point in the desert near camp Dogwood, 40.2 kilometers (25 miles) south of Baghdad, Iraq November 21, 2004. The British forces stepped up security and changed their check-point procedures after incidents involving suicide bombers. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj Pictures of the Month November 2004 DS/JV 
IRAQ
RTRGBUO 
November 21, 2004 
British Royal Marine Commandos attached to the Black Watch run to their positions around a check-point... 
Near Baghdad 
British Royal Marines run to their position around a check point in the desert near camp Dogwood. 
British Royal Marine Commandos attached to the Black Watch run to their positions around a check-point in the desert near camp Dogwood, 40.2 kilometers (25 miles) south of Baghdad, Iraq November 21, 2004. The British forces stepped up security and changed their check-point procedures after incidents involving suicide bombers. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj DS/JV 
IRAQ BLACK WATCH
RTRGBUG 
November 21, 2004 
British helicopter gunner surveys the area en-route to set up a check point in the desert near camp Dogwood... 
Camp Dogwood 
British helicopter gunner surveys the area en-route to set up a check point in the desert near camp ...... 
British helicopter gunner surveys the area en-route to set up a check point in the desert near camp Dogwood south of Baghdad. A gunner surveys the area from a Puma helicopter carrying British Royal Marine Commandos attached to the Black Watch, on their way to set up a check-point in the desert near camp Dogwood 40.2 kilometers (25 miles) south of Baghdad, Iraq November 21, 2004. The British forces stepped up security and changed their check-point procedures after incidents involving suicide bombers. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj 
IRAQ
RTRGBU6 
November 21, 2004 
British army helicopter flies behind Iraqi man approaching British Royal Marine check-point near camp... 
Camp Dogwood 
British army helicopter flies behind Iraqi man approaching British Royal Marine check-point near camp... 
British army helicopter flies behind Iraqi man approaching British Royal Marine check-point near camp Dogwood. A British army Puma helicopter flies behind an Iraqi man approaching a check-point set up by British Royal Marine Commandos attached to the Black Watch in the desert near camp Dogwood 40.2 kilometers (25 miles) south of Baghdad, Iraq November 21, 2004. The British forces stepped up security and changed their check-point procedures after incidents involving suicide bombers. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj 
IRAQ
RTR1JMWC 
November 20, 2004 
A British armoured personnel carrier from the Black Watch battle group drives back to Camp Dogwood 25... 
Iraq 
A British armoured personnel carrier from the Black Watch battle group drives back to Camp Dogwood 25... 
A British armoured personnel carrier from the Black Watch battle group drives back to Camp Dogwood 25 miles south of Baghdad. A British armoured personnel carrier from the Black Watch battle group drives back to Camp Dogwood 25 miles south of Baghdad, Iraq November 20, 2004. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (IRAQ) BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE 
IRAQ
RTRGBRT 
November 20, 2004 
British soldiers from the Black Watch relax during a lull in operations at Camp Dogwood near Baghdad... 
Camp Dogwood, United Kingdom 
British soldiers relax and clean weapons and equipment at Camp Dogwood near Baghdad. 
British soldiers from the Black Watch relax during a lull in operations at Camp Dogwood near Baghdad November 20, 2004. The sign in Arabic on the WARRIOR Armoured vehicle reads: "Do Not Overtake or We May Open Fire!" The soldiers of the Black Watch are involved in Operation Bracken in support of allied operations to deny freedom of movement to insurgents in the area. REUTERS/Cpl Rob Knight/HO Picture taken November 20, 2004. rk/dbp/acm 
IRAQ
RTRGBRM 
November 20, 2004 
A British soldier from the Black Watch cleans weapons and equipment during a lull in operations at Camp... 
Camp Dogwood, United Kingdom 
British soldiers relax and clean weapons and equipment at Camp Dogwood near Baghdad, Iraq. 
A British soldier from the Black Watch cleans weapons and equipment during a lull in operations at Camp Dogwood near Baghdad November 20, 2004. The soldiers of the Black Watch are involved in Operation Bracken in support of allied operations to deny freedom of movement to insurgents in the area. REUTERS/Cpl Rob Knight/HO Picture taken November 20, 2004. rk/dbp/acm 
IRAQ
RTRGBR8 
November 20, 2004 
A Fijian soldier from The Black Watch relaxes during a lull in operations at Camp Dogwood near Baghdad,... 
Camp Dogwood, United Kingdom 
Fijian soldier relaxes and cleans weapons and equipment at Camp Dogwood near Baghdad, Iraq. 
A Fijian soldier from The Black Watch relaxes during a lull in operations at Camp Dogwood near Baghdad, Iraq, November 20, 2004. The soldiers of the Black Watch are involved in Operation Bracken in support of allied operations to deny freedom of movement to insurgents in the area. REUTERS/Cpl Rob Knight/HO rk/dbp/acm 
IRAQ
RTRGBQT 
November 20, 2004 
British soldiers from the Black Watch relax during a lull in operations at Camp Dogwood near Baghdad... 
Camp Dogwood, United Kingdom 
British soldiers relax and clean weapons and equipment at Camp Dogwood near Baghdad. 
British soldiers from the Black Watch relax during a lull in operations at Camp Dogwood near Baghdad November 20, 2004. The soldiers of the Black Watch are involved in Operation Bracken in support of allied operations to deny freedom of movement to insurgents in the area. REUTERS/Cpl Rob Knight/HO rk/dbp/ACM 
IRAQ
RTRGBQF 
November 20, 2004 
A British Soldier from the Black Watch cleans the 30mm RARDEN cannon of his WARRIOR Armoured fighting... 
Camp Dogwood, United Kingdom 
A British Soldier cleans the 30mm RARDEN cannon of his WARRIOR Armoured fighting vehicle in Iraq. 
A British Soldier from the Black Watch cleans the 30mm RARDEN cannon of his WARRIOR Armoured fighting vehicle during a lull in operations at Camp Dogwood near Baghdad, Iraq, November 20, 2004. The soldiers of the Black Watch are involved in Operation Bracken in support of allied operations to deny freedom of movement to insurgents in the area. REUTERS/Cpl Rob Knight/HO rk/dbp/ACM 
IRAQ
RTRGBPS 
November 20, 2004 
British soldiers from the Black Watch reads newspapers during a lull in operations at Camp Dogwood near... 
Camp Dogwood, United Kingdom 
British soldiers rest at Camp Dogwood near Baghdad. 
British soldiers from the Black Watch reads newspapers during a lull in operations at Camp Dogwood near Baghdad, Iraq, November 20, 2004. The soldiers of the Black Watch are involved in Operation Bracken in support of allied operations to deny freedom of movement to insurgents in the area. REUTERS/Cpl Rob Knight/HO Picture taken November 20, 2004. rk/dbp/ACM 
IRAQ
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November 20, 2004 
(L-R) Lance Corporal Mike Woodman, Trooper James Belton, Lance Corporal John Wilkinson, Trooper Gavin... 
Camp Dogwood 
British soldiers stand by their Scimitar tank in Camp Dogwood, Iraq. 
(L-R) Lance Corporal Mike Woodman, Trooper James Belton, Lance Corporal John Wilkinson, Trooper Gavin Griffiths and Trooper Jamie Pickering stand by their Scimitar tank in Camp Dogwood, Iraq November 20, 2004. Soldier James Belton, 21, (2L) who has been at the under fire camp for three weeks, phoned home to speak to his wife Sam and she told him that she was in labour and he was about to be a father for the first time. Named after his Dad, James Joshua weighed 7lb 3oz (3.3 kgs) on November 15. REUTERS/Nick Allen/Pool GB/dbp/THI 
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November 20, 2004 
A British armoured personnel carrier from the Black Watch battle group drives back to Camp Dogwood 25... 
Near Baghdad 
A British armoured personnel carrier from the Black Watch battle group drives back to Camp Dogwood 25... 
A British armoured personnel carrier from the Black Watch battle group drives back to Camp Dogwood 25 miles south of Baghdad. A British armoured personnel carrier from the Black Watch battle group drives back to Camp Dogwood 25 miles south of Baghdad, Iraq November 20, 2004. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj also see GF1DTZVVHWAA 
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November 20, 2004 
Colour Sgt Kev Wann from Perth, Scotland, a soldier from Delta company of the Black Watch battle group,... 
Near Baghdad 
Colour Sgt Kev Wann from Perth, Scotland, a soldier from Delta company of the Black Watch battle ... 
Colour Sgt Kev Wann from Perth, Scotland, a soldier from Delta company of the Black Watch battle group, shaves in front of the Union flag decorating his vehicle at the Camp Dogwood. Colour Sgt Kev Wann from Perth, Scotland, a soldier from Delta company of the Black Watch battle group, shaves in front of the Union flag decorating his vehicle at the Camp Dogwood, 25 miles south of Baghdad, Iraq November 20, 2004. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj 
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November 20, 2004 
Oliver McDonald from Carmarthen, Wales, a soldier from Delta company of the Black Watch battle group,... 
Near Baghdad 
Oliver McDonald from Carmarthen, Wales, a soldier from Delta company of the Black Watch battle group,... 
Oliver McDonald from Carmarthen, Wales, a soldier from Delta company of the Black Watch battle group, lifts weight in the shelter of his "Warrior" vehicle after a rocket landed inside the Camp Dogwood. Oliver McDonald from Carmarthen, Wales, a soldier from Delta company of the Black Watch battle group, lifts weight in the shelter of his "Warrior" vehicle inside the Camp Dogwood, 25 miles south of Baghdad, Iraq November 20, 2004. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj 
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November 19, 2004 
British Royal Marines Commandos attached to the Black Watch regiment prepare for a mission inside Camp... 
Near Baghdad 
British Royal Marines Commandos attached to the Black Watch regiment prepare for a mission inside Camp... 
British Royal Marines Commandos attached to the Black Watch regiment prepare for a mission inside Camp Dogwood. A British Royal Marines Commando attached to the Black Watch regiment sits behind his machine gun before a mission at Camp Dogwood 25 miles south of Baghdad, Iraq November 19, 2004. Some 850 British troops are stationed at Camp Dogwood, relocated from the British controlled sector in southern Iraq, to relieve U.S. troops for an assault on the city of Falluja. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj 
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November 19, 2004 
A British Sergeant from the Royal Engineers prepares an unexploded 107mm rocket for demolition in Camp... 
Camp Dogwood, United Kingdom 
A British Sergeant from the Royal Engineers prepares an unexploded 107mm rocket for demolition in Camp... 
A British Sergeant from the Royal Engineers prepares an unexploded 107mm rocket for demolition in Camp Dogwood, Iraq. A British Sergeant from the Royal Engineers prepares an unexploded 107mm rocket for demolition in Camp Dogwood, south of Baghdad, Iraq on November 19, 2004. The path of the missile is seen in front of the excavated trench. The rocket was one of those fired at the camp earlier today that failed to explode. A total of seven rockets were fired into the camp on Friday. Editorial Use Only/ ROWN COPYRIGHT RESERVED/ or More Information Contact: irector of Defence Publicity REUTERS/HO/Cpl Rob Knight, RLC Unit: Royal Engineers 
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November 19, 2004 
British Royal Marines Commandos attached to the Black Watch regiment prepare for a mission inside camp... 
Near Baghdad 
British Royal Marines Commandos attached to the Black Watch regiment prepare for a mission inside camp... 
British Royal Marines Commandos attached to the Black Watch regiment prepare for a mission inside camp Dogwood. British Royal Marines Commandos attached to the Black Watch regiment walk with their combat gear before a mission at camp Dogwood, 25 miles south of Baghdad, Iraq November 19, 2004. Some 850 British troops are stationed at Camp Dogwood, relocated from the British controlled sector in southern Iraq, to relieve U.S. troops for an assault on the city of Falluja. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj 
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November 19, 2004 
British soldier from the Black Watch regiment prepares to destroy an unexploded rocket that landed inside... 
Near Baghdad 
British soldier from the Black Watch regiment prepares to destroy an unexploded rocket that landed ...... 
British soldier from the Black Watch regiment prepares to destroy an unexploded rocket that landed inside Camp Dogwood 25 miles south of Baghdad. A British soldier from the Black Watch regiment prepares to destroy an unexploded rocket that landed inside Camp Dogwood 25 miles south of Baghdad, Iraq, November 19, 2004. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj 
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November 19, 2004 
British Royal Marines Commandos attached to the Black Watch regiment prepare for a mission inside camp... 
Near Baghdad 
British Royal Marines Commandos attached to the Black Watch regiment prepare for a mission inside camp... 
British Royal Marines Commandos attached to the Black Watch regiment prepare for a mission inside camp Dogwood. British Royal Marines Commandos attached to the Black Watch regiment joke before a mission at camp Dogwood 25 miles south of Baghdad, Iraq November 19, 2004. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj 
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