WASHINGTON – The Military Reporters and Editors association has awarded its journalism prizes for 2015-2016 to reporters and photographers for stories on veterans’ lack of health care, World War II, Seal Team 6, the complex history of Russia-U.S. relations,...
Military Reporters & Editors association is pleased to announce the results of the election of 10 MRE members who will lead the organization, effective March 31, 2017. The terms are for two years. The new board will elect the...
WASHINGTON, May 3, 2017--Military Reporters and Editors, the preeminent membership organization for media professionals in the national security field, joined with other leading press organizations on World Press Freedom Day to speak out on behalf of the media worldwide. “Journalists...
Russia's hack of the Democratic National Committee and the release of those materials to Wikileaks reminds us that the legal line between whistleblowing and leaking is thin indeed, as is the line between journalism and activism. The post-Snowden flood...
My name is Matthew Stroup and I am a Navy PAO currently at San Diego State University. A colleague in the U.S. Navy Public Affairs closed group on Facebook recommended I contact your association. My colleagues and I at SDSU...
June 19, 2015 Dear Secretary McHugh, We write to draw your attention to an important document regarding SSgt. Robert Bales’ crimes in Kandahar province that has been concealed despite his conviction and the historic significance of the atrocities he committed. These...
The annual MRE Journalism Contest and Awards recognize outstanding military reporting in several categories. Highlight your work that was published or broadcasted from Jan. 1, 2014 to Dec. 31, 2014. This year, there are some new and updated categories. The...
Dear Members, Military Reporters & Editors saw a lot of success in 2015, but we need your help to ensure this year is even better. Last year, U.S. Pacific Command boss Adm. Harry Harris headlined our annual conference, held at the...
Congratulations to all those who submitted their work to the MRE Journalism Contest. Below are the winners, and the judges' comments. The Joe Galloway Award David Wood of Huffington Post for a powerful, fascinating, thoroughly reported, humanized and particularly well-written, well-produced...
HONOLULU — As America and the world commemorate the centennial of World War I, one U.S. state is in danger of losing a memorial to its veterans killed in action. MRE member, Alex Quade, reports. [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0qR6iAyI6H4&w=560&h=315] The city of Honolulu...

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