Military Reporters and Editors (MRE) is a community of dedicated journalists committed to bringing the stories of our nation’s heroes to the forefront of the public’s attention. This group of passionate reporters, photographers, and broadcasters has spent countless hours documenting the sacrifice and bravery of our military men and women in times of war and peace.
MRE members are deeply committed to the principles of journalism, always striving to bring unbiased and accurate reporting to their audiences. They have worked tirelessly to break important stories, uncover hidden truths, and provide the public with the information they need to make informed decisions about our nation’s military efforts.
The work of MRE members has been instrumental in shaping public opinion and helping our nation to make informed decisions about matters of national security. Through their reporting, these journalists have brought the stories of our troops to life, giving a voice to those who have sacrificed so much on behalf of our country.
As a community, MRE is committed to supporting and encouraging the work of its members. Through professional development opportunities and a robust network of support, MRE helps its members to hone their skills and develop the expertise needed to excel in the field of military journalism.
In short, Military Reporters and Editors is a community of dedicated professionals who are committed to telling the stories of our nation’s military men and women with accuracy, integrity, and passion. Their work has been instrumental in shaping public opinion and helping our nation to make informed decisions about matters of national security, and their commitment to excellence and dedication to their craft make them an invaluable resource for anyone seeking to understand the complexities of modern warfare.
The Association exists to advance public understanding of the military, national security and homeland defense; to educate and share information with its members and the public on best practices, tools and techniques for such coverage; to represent the interests of working journalists to the government and military; and to assure that journalists have access to places where the U.S. military and its allies operate.
Our office is located at:
Military Reporters and Editors
c/o Medill School of Journalism
1301 K St. NW, Suite 200W
Washington, DC 20005