FILE - This undated file photo shows the Chiricahua Apache Geronimo, late in his life. The leader of the Fort Sill Apache Tribe is looking for a formal apology from President Barack Obama for the government's use of the code name "Geronimo" for Osama bin Laden. (AP Photo, File) The Associated Press FILE - This 1887 file photo provided by the National Archives shows the famed Indian warrior Geronimo, a Chiricahua Apache, posing with a rifle. The leader of the Fort Sill Apache Tribe is looking for a formal apology from President Barack Obama for the government's use of the code name "Geronimo" for Osama bin Laden. (AP Photo/National Archives, Ben Wittick, File) The Associated PressALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — A media network aimed at Native Americans is urging social network users to change their profile pictures to an image of Geronimo in honor of the legendary Apache warrior.Indian Country Today put out the call to its Facebook and Twitter followers Thursday in response to the U.S. military's use of Geronimo as a code name for Osama bin Laden.It asks followers and others to use the photo for the next two days to "honor the true spirit" of the 19th century warrior.Geronimo profile pictures started popping up at the beginning of the week, after details of the raid that killed bin Laden came to light. The code name also prompted statements of disapproval from tribes, a call for President Barack Obama to apologize and scores of angry comments on social network sites.At a hearing Thursday, tribal leaders told Congress that comparing Geronimo to a terrorist tarnished the raid's achievement.