ABC News reports on "A Day in the Life of the U.S. Armed Forces." As the 1.4 million American men and women on active duty, all volunteers, prosecute the war on terrorism and the war in Iraq and take their posts around the world, how do you begin to squeeze such a mammoth institution into a snapshot? You start with 125 of the world's top photographers. Then assign them to submarines, military bases in Afghanistan, the Jungle Warfare Training Center in Okinawa and nearly 50 other international sites, as well as 80 domestic locations, take 200,000 snapshots and cull them to 250 images for a coffee table book. ABC News talks with three Pulitzer Prize winners among the photographers who were part of the project. Each has covered war or conflicts in his or her photographic career and brought that experience to the "Day in the Life" assignment. Anchor: John Donvan.
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