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Sebastian Junger's 'Last Patrol' Closes His Chapter on War
Combat journalist and author set out on a 300-mile journey for a new documentary to honor his partner's memory.
Sebastian Junger's 'Last Patrol' Closes His Chapter on War, Looks at Life Outside Combat
For the better part of 20 years, journalist and author Sebastian Junger covered the adrenaline highs and the soul-crushing lows of combat in war zones from Bosnia to Afghanistan . Junger embedded for nearly a year with the 173rd Airborne, fighting the Taliban in the Afghan valley of Korengal. He
Top Green Beret Officer Forced to Resign Over Affair With WaPo Reporter
Jim Gant, Once Praised as American Hero of Afghan War, Labeled a ‘Disgrace’ to the Military
Korengal Part 2: Capturing the War That Many Forgot
New documentary explores contradictions after life under fire for young service members.
Watch Sebastian Junger's 'Korengal' Trailer
In a unique collaboration with “Nightline” and Vanity Fair, writer/director Sebastian Junger and the late photo-journalist Tim Hetherington followed one platoon from the 173rd Airborne in the Korengal Valley, one of the deadliest outposts in Afghanistan, in 2007. First aired in a “Nightline” ...
Slain Journalist Chris Hondros' Intense War Photos, Writing Published in 'Testament'
Speaking in 2010 about his “Sound + Vision” project that paired his favorite music with his own photography from Iraq and Afghanistan, Chris Hondros explained his hopes for viewers of the work: “Sometimes in news photography and so on, the pictures are a little bit...
Taking RISC: Program Trains Reporters How To Save Lives in War Zones
In a back lot behind the Bronx Documentary Center in New York City, smoke bombs burn with eye-tearing intensity, speakers blast the sounds of over head fighter jets and exploding munitions, and 24 freelance journalists are struggling with bandages, tourniquets and the stress of “combat”...
Taking RISC After Tim Hetherington's Death in Libya
Sebastian Junger started an organization to train reporters on how to triage in war zones.
Nightline 04/12: National Enquirer Feud: New Accusations
I'm Nightline tabloid war jets and threats of kidnapping tonight a mother pitted against her own son. The juicy drama into the Ages of The National Enquirer starring the family who founded this supermarket staple. A life lived on the as we go behind enemy lines and a tribute to one of the world's
Band of Brothers in the Great Outdoors
Today is veterans day we honor and thank all our veterans and their families and here's a story of one group of US soldiers. Once they drew fire in one of the deadliest corners of Afghanistan today they're finding solace in each other. Along the Colorado River we caught up with these brave young