Still life with Camry and AK-47
NBC's chief foreign correspondent Richard Engel reports live from Iraq tonight as the last combat troops drive into Kuwait. Rachel is there, broadcasting live from Baghdad. More pictures after the jump. You can also check them out on our Flickr stream.
And we mean it!
Traffic is shunted everywhere with jersey barriers. Everywhere, everywhere. I don't know what these guard towers are guarding, but it's unsettling to not be able to see if anyone's in them when you're boxed-in in traffic. They're an ideal spot not just for overwatch, but for a sniper.
Cameraman Bredun getting very meta
Watering the roadside lawn? Yeah, I dunno.
Business is slow because everyone's fasting for Ramadan.
Producer Madeleine Haeringer
Producers Madeleine Haeringer and Cory Gnazzo. The glamor. The glory.
Random guard tower on a downtown Baghdad street.
Richard Engel-- Best. Tourguide. Ever. Again.
The black banners with writing on them are death notices. Same way we post them in the paper -- they post them on the roadside.
Countdown -- Keith and Eugene -- in the chow hall in the green zone.
Rachel hard at work