Alex Quade is no stranger to adventure.   From the devastated shores of Banda Aceh, Indonesia, in the aftermath of the 2004 South Asian Tsunami, to the desolate deserts of Iraq and the cave-riddled mountains of Afghanistan, this UW Department of...
An inside look at the hows and whys of "No Easy Day" written by co-author Kevin Maurer, an MRE member. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/kevin-maurer/no-easy-day-seal-raid-osama-bin-laden_b_1847528.html
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...
By MRE board member Sig Christenson San Antonio Express News For a decade before a sex scandal engulfed Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, Air Force officials knew about persistent problems with basic training instructors seeking sexual relationships with trainees. .Between September 2002 and...
"Chinook Down" is MRE Board Member Alex Quade's 5-year investigation into the Taliban surface-to-air missile shoot down of a U.S. Chinook helicopter in Afghanistan, that killed all on board. Quade was supposed to be on that helicopter. She survived...
WASHINGTON, DC –- Organizers for the 2012 National Edward R. Murrow Awards have announced that veteran war reporter, Alex Quade’s "Horse Soldiers of 9/11" has won the award in the category of National Online for Writing. "Horse Soldiers of 9/11"...
INDIANAPOLIS -– A newspaper and a war correspondent’s feature on an online news website will receive The American Legion’s Fourth Estate Award during the organization’s 94th National Convention in Indianapolis on August 30. The Fourth Estate Award has been presented...

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