DoDLive Bloggers Roundtable: Tina Hager, TFBSO Photographer

Tina Hager, Photographer for the Task Force for Business and Stability Operations (TFBSO), U.S. Department of Defense

Tina Hager, Photographer for the Task Force for Business and Stability Operations (TFBSO), U.S. Department of Defense

During today’s DoDLive Bloggers Roundtable, Tina Hager, photographer, Task Force For Business and Stability Operations (TFBSO), U.S. Department of Defense discussed her experiences documenting Iraq since the start of the war in 2003.

A former White House photographer, Hager accompanied former President George W. Bush on his surprise visit to Baghdad in 2003. Since then she has participated in several embeds with the U.S. military and currently serves as the TFBSO photographer documenting economic revitalization throughout the country. Hager will also discuss her experiences meeting and photographing everyday Iraqis during this period of transition in their country.

To listen to the audio podcast, click here.

To view a slide show of Tina Hager’s photos on Defense.gov, click here.

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To read the transcript, click here.

To read the Defense.gov story, click here.

Participating in the roundtable were Dale Kissinger, MilitaryAvenue.com; Chuck Simmins, North Shore Journal; and Andrew Lubin, the Military Observer.

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  • http://www.mmadream.com Adam Perkins

    The image of the purple heart with the soldiers bandaged feet in the background is particularly poignant. I like the photo of Pres. Bush in the cockpit too, he looks pretty relaxed for someone flying into a war-zone.