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What Good Is Art in the Military? The Work of Carlin Kielcheski. Chadick-Aloisa, Pam Jan 1, 2020 5270
ON A PERSONAL NOTE. Peate, Les Brief article Jan 1, 2019 166
Papa and the French guerrillas. Reynolds, Nicholas Apr 1, 2017 3801
Baga Massacre: do Nigerian lives matter? John, Elnathan Cover story Feb 1, 2015 1394
On war writing: a roundtable discussion. Discussion Dec 22, 2013 5442
Gin and Tonic, Florida. Robinson, Michael Essay Dec 22, 2013 478
Think. Write. Publish. Byerly, Joe Jan 1, 2013 1432
Ridiculous impingements of normalcy: home fronts, good soldiers, war correspondents. Wilson, Christopher P. Critical essay Jan 1, 2012 11266
Professional reading critical to individual, unit development. Shaw, Scott; Jones, Kelly Recommended readings Apr 1, 2011 488
Army kids reporting. Video file Apr 1, 2011 1811
From the foxhole: American newsmen and the reporting of World War II. Buljung, Brianna Report Mar 22, 2011 10376
Speaking truth to power. Gropman, Alan R. Speech Mar 22, 2011 1421
This is how I go. Sites, Kevin Essay Sep 22, 2010 1917
Covering the war for the Army: Army Spec. Catherine Threat files stories about the military for the military. She wants to be in the middle of the action--but some stories are off limits. Spinner, Jackie Sep 22, 2010 1389
Army news now available on iPhone. Lopez, C. Todd Mar 1, 2010 256
News reports on Afghan "war on terror" highly suspect. Sulehria, Farooq Feb 20, 2010 2048
Spinning out of control: the Pentagon propaganda plan to win hearts and minds--of Americans. Vlahos, Kelley Beaucar Jan 1, 2010 2479
When war ends: the trauma that remains. Grinker, Lori Dec 22, 2009 1375
Telling untold stories of what happened in Iraq. Alford, Kael Excerpt Dec 22, 2009 1305
Yarzeh itinerant activities today. Nov 15, 2009 241
Withdrawal from conflict: historical lessons for the future. Calvert, Mark E. Sep 22, 2009 8910
Abstract quality journalism for war. Solomon, Norman Sep 1, 2009 696
Journalists screened by military. Jul 1, 2009 344
Pressing Issues: WAR AT HOME IS JUST BEGINNING FOR MEDIA. Mitchell, Greg Mar 1, 2009 744
Violent death as essential truth in dispatches: re-reading Michael Herr's "secret history" of the Vietnam War. Hawkins, Ty Critical essay Jan 1, 2009 6861
"We are all responsible": post-World War I parenting and the politics of memory in Dorothy Canfield Fisher's The Deepening Stream. Wright, Elizabeth J. Critical essay Jan 1, 2009 10311
Offscreen: the war in Afghanistan has heated up significantly, even eclipsing Iraq as far as danger to American soldiers is concerned. But you'd never know it from the meager coverage by many news organizations. Ricchiardi, Sherry Oct 1, 2008 4279
From Beirut to Bin Laden: instead of maintaining its independence of action in the Mideast, the U.S. has backed one dangerous regime after another. Webb, James Jun 30, 2008 3927
Wartime and the Nieman Foundation: Harvard's archives reveal the story of the first Nieman Fellow to die while working as a war correspondent. Giles, Bob Jun 22, 2008 782
Investigative journalism: covering war. Jun 22, 2008 513
Combining investigative reporting with an editorial voice. Evans, Heidi; Weintraub, Beverly Jun 22, 2008 1625
Terrorism and prisoners: stories that should be told. Golden, Tim Excerpt Jun 22, 2008 4325
Old soldiers shill the Pentagon line. McCarthy, Coleman Critical essay May 16, 2008 696
SPJ Says Media Must Hold Their Military Analysts to Journalistic Standards. Brief article May 12, 2008 261
Is Petraeus Quote the Most Revealing of Entire War? Mitchell, Greg Apr 9, 2008 584
'San Antonio Express-News' Military Writer Calls Iraq "A Greek Tragedy". Strupp, Joe Mar 20, 2008 178
News People. Brief article Oct 1, 2007 109
September 11 Still Page One News -- In New York Tabs. Strupp, Joe Sep 11, 2007 408
UPDATED: Covering the Petraeus Testimony. Staff, E&P Sep 10, 2007 1578
Iraq Embed Veteran Sig Christenson Criticizes Coverage In Nieman Column. Strupp, Joe Brief article Aug 6, 2007 195
Very High Salary Jobs Available, Just One Catch -- They're in Fallujah. Staff, E&P Brief article May 20, 2007 177
Majority of Americans View Media Coverage of Iraq as Inaccurate; Most likely to say coverage is too negative. Newport, Frank Survey Jan 4, 2007 625
Military muckrakers: reporters use public records to expose a spike in suicides among soldiers with mental illness. Brea, Jones Sep 1, 2006 1110
Government and media: a union of deception. La Londe, Suzanne Mar 1, 2005 1432
Falluja's health damage. Schuman, Miles Dec 13, 2004 993
War culpability: the Australian media's uncritical acceptance of Washington's line on Iraq is undermining the public's trust in accurate and transparent reporting. Loewenstein, Antony Oct 1, 2004 2581
Accounting for war: what can an 'embedded' description of war tell us about life in civilian societies? Cooper, Simon Critical Essay Oct 1, 2004 1548
War and terror. Jun 22, 2004 875
Telling stories the military doesn't want told: 'Dear Mr. Olmsted, I regret to inform you that we can't honor your request to speak with anyone at Fort Carson....'. Olmsted, Dan Jun 22, 2004 2395
Images of horror from Fallujah: 'the transparency of angst and indecision about the Fallujah images have been good for journalism.'. Perlmutter, David D.; Major, Lesa Hatley Jun 22, 2004 2624
The psychological hazards of war journalism: a psychiatrist examines how journalists respond to what they witness and report. Feinstein, Anthony Jun 22, 2004 1495
A scholarly look at war reporting: in assessing coverage of war, contributors look for connections to the daily practice of journalism. Zelizer, Barbie Jun 22, 2004 951
Pressing Issues: How to Pass Your 'Lie Detector' Test. Mitchell, Greg Interview Apr 1, 2004 692
Iraq reporting becomes a literary portrayal of war: his editor said to him: 'that's your story. Man's fascination with war.'. Koopman, John Mar 22, 2004 1968
'Liberty in the balance': the Sacramento Bee investigated what's happening to civil liberties instead of sending reporters to cover the war in Iraq. Rodriguez, Rick Mar 22, 2004 1308
Critique of faux (fox) news. (Insider Report). Brief Article May 5, 2003 253
Preparing for war: with time running out in Iraq, journalists underwent hostile-environment training, struggled to get into shape--and debated whether the Pentagon would keep its promises of greater openness during combat. Ricchiardi, Sherry Mar 1, 2003 2837
FRIENDLY FIRE AT TRUTH. Fitzgerald, Mark Jan 27, 2003 481
Security reviews of media reports on military operations: a response to Professor Lee. Wilcox, William A., Jr. Jan 1, 2003 5298
History is truth's best defense: when making the case for openness, journalists should turn to the past. (Collecting Information). Marquand, Ian Dec 1, 2002 1626
Poised for battle. (Free Press). Heyboer, Kelly Nov 1, 2002 853
Notes from the Editors. Editorial Jan 1, 2002 1311
War correspondence isn't for the weak: Journalists covering a conflict have to be willing to rough it -- and the war in Afghanistan is no different. (Covering the Globe). Judah, Tim Jan 1, 2002 1392
FM 3-0 Provides Basic Operational Doctrine for the Army. (Doctrine). Brief Article Oct 1, 2001 932
UNIT HISTORY: A TWO-EDGED SWORD. Roberts, Dr. Larry Feb 1, 2001 1546
Narrative Journalism Goes Multimedia. Bowden, Mark Sep 22, 2000 3017
Do Images of War Need Justification? Caputo, Philip Brief Article Sep 22, 2000 850
Dying to Get the Story. Magistad, Mary Kay Sep 22, 2000 1814
Journalists Learn How to Protect Themselves in War. Sep 22, 2000 1312
AIR Wing. Brief Article Apr 1, 2000 546
THE COURAGE TO CARE. Jan 1, 2000 2653
Operation Washington Shield. MARDER, MURREY Dec 22, 1999 4392
Untold Stories of US/NATO's War and US Media Complacency. Phillips, Peter Brief Article Sep 22, 1999 791
The Pundit Corps. HEYBOER, KELLY Jun 1, 1999 3574
Conveying The War In Human Terms. Lasica, J.D. Jun 1, 1999 767
Museum rises for military paper; Stars & Stripes devotees create monument to paper born during Civil War. Stein, M.L. Sep 27, 1997 468
'Embedding' leads to restrictions. Hernandez, Debra Gersh May 25, 1996 1464
Offering solutions to potential wartime reporting conflicts. Hernandez, Debra Gersh Nov 4, 1995 1250
The simple days of war coverage. Hernandez, Debra Gersh Jul 30, 1994 706
Covering the military - the press needs to get its act together. Offley, Ed Column Jan 22, 1994 1221
A stab in the back. Editorial Oct 17, 1992 433
Press pool inclusion rules proposed. Gersh, Debra Oct 17, 1992 1339
Defense Department's proposed criteria for membership in the National Media Pool. Gersh, Debra Oct 17, 1992 659
The Gulf War as total television. Engelhardt, Tom Cover Story May 11, 1992 2905
The media's war. Sharkey, Jacqueline E. Editorial May 11, 1992 1037
How the public can win the military-media battle. Friedheim, Jerry W. Column Apr 25, 1992 1752
Free press falls victim to war. McMasters, Paul Oct 1, 1991 1015
The press makes its pitch: media execs meet with Department of Defense officials to come up with new war coverage guidelines; February deadline set. Gersh, Debra Sep 21, 1991 824
The war the media missed. Smith, Doug Apr 1, 1991 890
Cash in the sand. Avis, Ed Cover Story Apr 1, 1991 1484
New king of the hill: during the war's first 48 hours, CNN proved it is the little engine that does. Mott, Patrick Mar 1, 1991 1221
Stars and Stripes names civilian editor in Pacific. Maze, Rick Nov 1, 1990 639
Battlefield bulletin: skirmishes continue at 'Stars and Stripes.' McMasters, Paul Mar 1, 1990 1293

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