Here's a fascinating article on just what lengths Bush Co. and the Military will go to just to keep images of soldiers KIA in Iraq from the public. I had to read the line “after five years and more than 4,000 American combat deaths, searches and interviews turned up fewer than a half-dozen graphic photographs of dead American soldiers” twice to make sure I had it right. There is also a slide show of the known photos that have made it out of Iraq. I'm not going to tell you you should look at it. It's your choice.
I have the utmost respect for the families of these soldiers and also can accept the Army's position of not giving the enemy an idea of their effectiveness to a point. However, I also think that every person who supported this war in the beginning, and most certainly those dead-enders who continue to think it was a good idea should look at these images – and then tell me with a straight face it was the right thing to do.