In order to make membership and conference attendance accessible to more reporters and others involved in military-media relations, the MRE board has revised its dues and fees. Here are the […]
The Military Reporters & Editors association joined with eight other news organizations in protesting potential restrictions on reporters’ access to lawmakers on Capitol Hill. News reports this week indicated that
After an electronic election over the weekend, the MRE board selected John Donnelly, senior writer at Congressional Quarterly’s Defense and Foreign Policy Team, as the new president of the organization.
Statement in Support of Freedom of the Press “In the First Amendment the Founding Fathers gave the free press the protection it must have to fulfill its essential role in
The Pentagon has revised its Law of War manual. Concerns were raised by Military Reporters & Editors Association members last year at the organization’s conference when the manual was initially released.
“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
We originally sent the letter to Army Secretary John McHugh last month, but the Army referred us to U.S. Central Command. Here is the Army’s official response from Brig. Gen.
Washington, D.C.—Military Reporters and Editors, the Society of Professional Journalists and Northwestern University’s National Security Journalism Initiative sent a joint letter to Army Secretary John McHugh on June 19, requesting
Washington, D.C., August 20, 2014 –The Military Reporters & Editors Association condemns the murder of James Foley, a U.S. freelance journalist, who was abducted in Syria in November 2012. In
Journalist Michael Hastings died in a car crash in Los Angeles early Tuesday at the age of 33, according to a statement from his employer, BuzzFeed. Prior to reporting for