Adm. Rogers to speak at MRE event about Cyber Command

Adm. Michael S. Rogers, USN. Commander of Cyber Command

Adm. Michael S. Rogers, USN. Commander of Cyber Command

UPDATE: Unfortunately, we have cancelled this event due to a last minute schedule conflict. We are very sorry for the inconvenience.



Adm. Michael S. Rogers, commander of U.S. Cyber Command, will speak at a Military Reporters & Editors event at 11 a.m., Monday, May 16, 2016, at the Air Force Association building, 1501 Lee Highway in Arlington, Va. [Read more…]

MRE looking for speakers

MRE_150Dear members,

MRE is looking for a few good men and women—to speak.

We have been talking with the Defense Information School at Fort Meade, Md., about how our organization and the military’s school for its uniformed and civilian public affairs officers could become better acquainted. [Read more…]

Polk Awards

MRE_150Long Island University (LIU) announced the winners of the 67th annual George Polk Awards in Journalism. Included were these journalists who covered the military and conflicts around the world. [Read more…]

A letter from MRE President Amy McCullough

Dear Members,

Military Reporters & Editors saw a lot of success in 2015, but we need your help to ensure this year is even better. [Read more…]

MRE member Dan Lamothe receives CNAS Fellowship


Dan Lamothe

Dan Lamothe

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. [Read more…]

MRE condemns deadly attack on Afghan journalists

MRE_150Statement by Military Reporters & Editors’ President Amy McCullough

“Military Reporters & Editors strongly condemns the Jan. 20, 2016 Taliban attack that killed seven journalists working for a private Afghan television station. The suicide bombing also injured at least 25 others, including some women.

“Many of our members have worked with foreign journalists in Afghanistan, and we have great respect for their work and the difficulties they face in covering the news in that war-torn country. As the United States draws down its forces from Afghanistan, there are fewer opportunities for our members to cover the news there, thus it becomes the responsibility of local news organizations to educate their own citizens as well as the American people about what’s happening in the region.

“Our thoughts are with the victims and we send our deepest condolences to their families. We also stand firmly behind the journalists who continue to risk their lives to report the truth,” said MRE President Amy McCullough.

MRE member wins Jury Award at film festival

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 more…]

MRE member talks journalism at press coverage of documentaries

MRE Board member, Alex Quade, talked about journalism and being an embedded reporter during three press interviews in California, in anticipation of her Special Forces documentaries screening at the Monarch Film Festival this week. [Read more…]

Sebastian Junger to speak in Boston

In Honor of Veterans Day, Bunker Hill Community College presents Sebastian Junger

Award-Winning Journalist, Documentary Filmmaker and Best-Selling Author [Read more…]

After the War: Veterans and Post-Conflict Issues of the Future

Often overlooked in the exploration of future wars is what happens when conflicts end? How will veterans reintegrate back into American society? How will warzone civilians return to a peacetime existence? What technological genies will need to be put back in their bottles? Future wars will feature new technologies that will shape battlefields and combatants, yet enduring challenges about the relationship between warriors and civilians will only become more complex as the pace of change accelerates. Getting ahead of those changes, and having a conversation about the challenges that future veterans, civilians, and others will face, is crucial for the country. [Read more…]