Army Spc. Hilda Clayton, a 22-year-old Army visual information specialist from Augusta, Ga., was photographing an Afghan National Army training mission in 2013 when a mortar tube accidentally exploded. She died in the blast.
Army Spc. Hilda Clayton, a 22-year-old Army visual information specialist from Augusta, Ga., was photographing an Afghan National Army training mission in 2013 when a mortar tube accidentally exploded. She died in the blast. U.S. Army
Army Spc. Hilda Clayton, a 22-year-old Army visual information specialist from Augusta, Ga., was photographing an Afghan National Army training mission in 2013 when a mortar tube accidentally exploded. She died in the blast. U.S. Army

Army pays tribute to photographer with photo she took as she died in Afghanistan blast

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