Distinctive portraits of British, US and Canadian service personnel killed in Iraq and Afghanistan - created by artist Michael Reagan - have gone on display at Arlington National Cemetery near Washington DC.
A Vietnam War veteran himself, he has produced more than 2,000 drawings for the soldiers' families free of charge. He told BBC Radio 4's PM programme he wants to document all of the Allied troops killed in action.
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All images courtesy of the artist, Michael Reagan. Music courtesy KPM Music. Slideshow production by Paul Kerley and Ray Furlong. Publication date 22 January 2010.
Ray Furlong's interview with Michael Reagan will be broadcast on BBC Radio 4's PM programme on Friday 22 January from 1700 GMT
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