Engel: ‘I’ve seen so many ugly things’
'I have so many memories I am not sure people are equipped to deal with,' says NBC correspondent Richard Engel, on his five years covering the war
Fundamental failures led to current crisis
Basic tenets were ignored by our military leaders in Iraq; the results, says MSNBC military analyst Col. Jack Jacobs, are painful.
Video interactive: Do you remember?
"Shock and awe." "The deck of cards." "Embeds." During Iraq invasion, these and other previously unfamiliar words were on everyone’s tongues. Take a look back at the events and images headed to the history books.
MORE IRAQ FEATURES
Where is Jessica Lynch now?
Whatever happened to the rescued soldier? Teen journalist Farris Hassan? Others? Find out! Click "Launch" to view.
Audio slide show
Scars from Iraq
Three U.S. soldiers tell how the visible and invisible wounds of war changed their lives and impacted their loved ones.
Embedded with 3 men from the 3rd ID
Invasion Iraq: Day by day
In maps and stories, how the coalition defeated Saddam
Iraq War in review
Day by day, a four-week war
From the first blasts in Baghdad to the U.S. military’s declaration that major combat was over, see images from every day of the conflict.