Former hostage Thomas Hamill, center, is seen with two U.S. Army soldiers, shortly after his escape south of Tikrit, Iraq, in this picture released May 3, 2004.
This is the house where former hostage Thomas Hamill was held south of Tikrit, Iraq, in this picture released May 3, 2004.
Here is an inside view of the house where former hostage Thomas Hamill was held south of Tikrit.
Buddy Green, left, Charlie Fraley, center and Davine Beck place an American flag on the roof of the Macon, Miss., home of Thomas Hamill May 2, 2004.
Kellie Hamill, wife of Thomas Hamill, shares a smile with her daughter, Tori, 12, before a prayer service at Calvary Baptist Church in Macon, Miss., Sunday, May 2, 2004, hours after hearing about his successful run to freedom that same day in Iraq.
Here is Hamill as he appeared March 24, 2004, at an early morning drivers' meeting at Camp Anaconda in Iraq, a couple of weeks before he was captured during an ambush of a convoy.
The Rev. Jesse Jackson, left, with Imam Husham al-Husainy, director for the Karbalaa Islamic Education Center, reads a statement to guests and reporters during a press conference at the center April 23, 2004, in Dearborn, Mich. Jackson and Al-Husainy appealed for the release of Thomas Hamill, Army Pfc. Keith Matthew Maupin, as well as several citizens of other nations, held by Iraqi captors.
Hamill is shown in captivity in this undated image from a videotape given to the Al-Jazeera television network.
Members of the Calvary Baptist Church hold each other's hands in praise and thankfulness for the escape of member Thomas Hamill from his Iraqi kidnappers, during service May 2, 2004 in Macon, Miss.
Hamill waves to the media at the Landstuhl Regional Medical Center in Landstuhl, western Germany, May 4, 2004.