In his new book, ?Attention Servicemember,? Ben Brody recounts being sent to a Rotary Club luncheon near Fort Stewart, Georgia, to present a slide show of pictures he had taken as an Army combat photographer in Iraq. Brody?s mandate overseas had been ?to photograph the war in a way that justified its existence and exaggerated its accomplishments.? At the luncheon, however, he found himself telling the Rotarians about an American soldier killed by friendly fire and showing them images of night raids and executions.