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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
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”...
Tribute to Tim Hetherington and Chris Hondros at The Eddie Adams Workshop
For 24 years, the Eddie Adams Workshop has invited top professionals in the photography industry and 100 hand-picked students, tuition free, to experience a four-day labor-intensive photo workshop in upstate New York. During the end of the workshop they commemorate photojournalist Eddie Adams, ...
'Destroying Detroit': City to Demolish 10,000 Homes
Mayor Dave Bing Has Set a Goal of Demolishing 10,000 Homes by December 2013
Remains of War Photographers Killed in Libya Arrive in Benghazi
American Chris Hondros and Brit Tim Hetherington Killed in Misrata, Made a Life of Covering War
Foes From Afar: President Obama, Paul Ryan Push Opposing Budget Messages On The Road (The Note)
We’ve seen two very different road shows and heard two very different messages this week from President Obama and his number one budget opponent in Congress, Rep. Paul Ryan, R-Wisc.
'Restrepo' Partner: War Photographer Tim Hetherington Never Thought Himself Brave
Colleague Sebastian Junger on Friend and Veteran War Photographer Killed in Libya Attack