Military Reporter & Editor Association board member, Alex Quade, won the Jury Award at the Monarch Film Festival in California last week for her three documentaries on Special Operations Forces. During press interviews, Alex discussed embedded journalism. Read the complete...
What: Military Reporters & Editors (MRE) Networking Series event. Who: United States Army Special Operations Command's Director of Public Affairs Lt. Col. Robert Bockholt and MRE members. When: Friday, June 23, 6 p.m. til ? Where: Sine Irish Pub & Restaurant, Pentagon...
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...
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 –...
What: Military Reporters & Editors (MRE) Networking Series event Who: Assistant to the Secretary of Defense for Public Affairs Dana W. White and MRE members When: Wednesday, June 7, 6 p.m. til ? Where: Sine Irish Pub & Restaurant, Pentagon Row, 1301 S....
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...
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"...
MRE member and war reporter Alex Quade embedded long-term with Operational Detachment Alpha Teams of the 10th Special Forces Group in Diyala province, Iraq in 2007 and 2008. One of those “A- Teams” was ODA-072. Quade covered their training...
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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