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  • Good-bye to Camp Victory

    Correspondent Martha Raddatz and her team fly into Camp Victory, located in Baghdad. It is home to a former Saddam Hussein palace, Al-Faw. The Al Faw complex and became home to one of the largest U.S. and Coalition bases in Iraq.
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    Martha Raddatz in 2003, taping a stand-up for her report in front of Camp Victory.
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    These were ABC News' first sleeping quarters at Camp Victory in 2003.
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    In 2004, these were the only computers available at Camp Victory.
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    Raddatz in Sadr City with the 1st Cavalry Division in 2007.
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    In 2006 at Camp Victory, a helicopter lands in the middle of our interview, literally!
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    USMC Brigadier General Steve Patton doing a little fishing at Camp Victory in 2005.
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    Saddam Hussein stocked masses of carp in his man-made lake at Camp Victory.
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    Relaxing a bit: Soldiers having a cookout at Camp Victory in 2008.
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    At Camp Victory, Raddatz met young Marine Corps pilot Tony Bancroft, who she would later introduce to her friend and colleague ABC News correspondent Andrea Canning. They are married with two girls now.
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    Good bye Camp Victory! The sun sets on Al Faw Palace, 2006.
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