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War Through the Viewfinder of an Army Photographer

Soldiers hone their skills on the range.

Soldiers hone their skills on the range. By Simon Longworth/MoD on Flickr (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0)

What does a soldier see and experience in war and in routine military operations?

British Army Corporal Simon Longworth responds to that question every day in his job as an official army photographer.

In an interview with Muftah's Francesca Recchia, he talks about his career and explains what makes his point of view and style different from a photojournalist's.

Here's the link to his Flickr page.

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