High Noon in Haiti as the Americans invade. The contest - automatic weapons versus 35mm cameras - looks unequal, but the idea is that both sides come up smelling of roses: the US Marines look like heroes,

and so do the photographers. The Americans have been managing the presentation of their war efforts in this way at least since Iwo Jima. Today, the photographers come not in single spies but in battalions - and there is always some sneaky fellow at the side, catching them at work.