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Major Megan McLung from Coupeville, takes a photo of the son of one... News Photo40-44 Years,Adult,Aiming,Arid Climate,Assassination,Black And White,Boys,Camera - Photographic Equipment,Child,Crouching,Family,Full Length,Gun,Horizontal,Indigenous Culture,Iraq,Iraq War 2003-2011,Iraqi Culture,Killing,Large Group Of People,Law,Major,Men,Military,Military Training,Outdoors,People,Photographing,Photography,Photography Themes,Ramadi,Rebellion,Risk,Son,Teamwork,Terrorism,US Military,USA,Unity,Violence,War,WomenPhotographer Collection: Reportage Archive 2006 Alvaro Ybarra ZavalaRAMADI, IRAQ - NOVEMBER 2007: Major Megan McLung, 43, from Coupeville, takes a photo of the son of one of the most important tribal families in Ramadi, a new ally of the US army in Ramadi. The new strategy for US troops is to create an alliance with the local Sunni tribal groups for the fight against Al Qaeda. One hour after this picture was taken, Major Megan McLung died in an ambush set up with an IED (Improvised Explosive Device), within this tribal ally's territory in Ramadi. (Photo by Alvaro Ybarra Zavala/Edit by Getty Images)