You're serving in the National Guard in Iraq, and you're leading a nighttime convoy of military vehicles at 60 miles per hour. Suddenly, a young Iraqi woman dressed in black steps into the street, and your armored Humvee — and every truck and tractor-trailer behind you — runs over her, severing her head and one of her legs. You race back to the scene to collect her body — and months later, when you return to the United States, a photographer invites you to reenact your harrowing experience, only this time your wife and two young children will pose in the vehicle... More >>>
Retired Army Sgt. Andrew Davis (far left) poses for one of Karady's war re-enactments.