Military Reporters and Editors (MRE) Conference ADM Harry B. Harris, Commander, U.S. Pacific Command “As prepared for delivery” on 9 October 2015 Washington D.C. Telling a military MRE joke to the M.R.E. is like telling a lawyer joke at a lawyer convention –...
A veteran newspaperman with more than 30 years experience in journalism and education was selected on Saturday as the new president of the Nevada Press Association’s board of directors. Steve Ranson, editor of the Lahontan Valley News in Fallon for...
The Ochberg Fellowship, now in its 17th year, is the Dart Center's flagship program for senior and mid-career journalists who wish to deepen their knowledge of emotional trauma and psychological injury, and improve reporting on violence, conflict and tragedy....
The 2015 Military Reporters and Editors conference will be held Oct. 9, 2015 at the Army and Navy Club in downtown Washington, D.C. Adm. Harry Harris, commander of US Pacific Command, will be the keynote.   Registration powered...
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...
CENTCOM has released the Bales incident report after an FOIA request was made. Below is the link to the PDF file. Note: This is an extremely large PDF file, and may take several minutes to open, depending on your Internet...
Note (Aug. 18, 2015): The Pentagon deleted its copy from their websites. They are now reviewing and revising the document. We will keep you informed on any revisions. Below it the link to the Law of War Manual released June...
The Pentagon’s massive new Law of War Manual drew criticism from the New York Times editorial board on Monday for its section on how to treat journalists, which the Times said would “make their work more dangerous, cumbersome and subject...
Vietnam Revisited by Don North Wars are fought twice — once on the battlefield and again in our memory. The Vietnam War was a battle of memory, history and truth — and the stakes are still high. Honest reporting can shape our...
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...

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