Combat journalist, Jackie Spinner, writes: "A new book on Dickey Chapelle is coming out this fall, the 50th anniversary of her death in Vietnam. Dickey was the first woman correspondent killed in Vietnam--and the first American journalist. I was...
The Air Force said Saturday that two more San Antonio-based basic training instructors are suspected of having illicit relationships with trainees. In all, 17 basic training instructors at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland have been or are being investigated. The Air...
After the votes were counted, MRE now has new board members who will join those re-elected. In addition, Amy McCullough of Air Force Magazine, is the new president of the organization. Members voted to increase the board of directors from...
An Army paratrooper’s crude attempt to stymie a newspaper investigation caused him more trouble than his questionable shooting of two Iraqi cattle herders seven years ago. Sgt. 1st Class Michael Barbera, who once faced life in prison on charges that...
  The Center for a New American Security (CNAS)  announced today the selection of the 2016 Next Generation National Security Leaders, including Military Reporters & Editors board member, Dan Lamothe. Lamothe, a reporter who covers national security issues for the Washington...
War Reporter, Alex Quade, embedded with Special Forces Operational Detachment Teams in Diyala Province, Iraq, as they called in airstrikes with A-10s and F-16s in 2007 and 2008, and advised as many as 1,400-Iraqis on missions. [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tUlvs3nK_YI&w=420&h=315]
Press Release July, 25, 2017—Santa Monica, Ca.---VetStreamTV, a new streaming entertainment platform for veterans and their families, made its debut today announcing itself as the go to movie site for veterans and people who support them. VetStreamTV offers the estimated 133...
People often ask where reporters get their story ideas. Carl Prine, investigative reporter for the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, learned of a story four years ago in a roundabout way. It turned into a blockbuster — and last week it led to...
Questions linger years after soldier guns down 16 in Afghanistan The answers to what might have allowed the worst U.S. war crime of the Afghanistan War to unfold may be found in an investigation conducted by U.S. Central Command. But the...
Between 1970 and 1975 37 journalists covering the war in Cambodia were killed. On one single day, May 31, 1970, nine TV journalists from NBC and CBS News were ambushed and killed. They were Americans Welles Hangen, George Syvertsen,...

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