military journalist


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military journalist

A US Service member or Department of Defense civilian employee providing photographic, print, radio, or television command information for military internal audiences. See also command information.
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TEHRAN (FNA)- Commenting on the recent Iranian strikes on ISIL in the Syrian city of Deir Ezzur, Iranian diplomat Hossein Sheikholeslam and military journalist Hassan Shemshadi told Sputnik Persian that it is not only a direct message to terrorists but, primarily, to their sponsors and donors, namely Israel, the US and the ruling clan in Saudi Arabia.
Richard Whittle, a global fellow at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, longtime military journalist, and author of The Dream Machine: The Untold History of the Notorious V-22 Osprey (reviewed in the Defense ARJ, Vol.
Chairman of military-civil administration - Lieutenant Colonel Ruslan Tkachuk is a military journalist, who perfectly understands the importance of information security and makes every effort to ensure it.
At the age of 24 while working as a military journalist for the Navy she interviewed a Rabbi from the Chaplain's Department for an article about a Rabbi's Perspective on the Holocaust during the Days of Remembrance.
I'm not an aviator, but I am a former military journalist.
He was a broadcast specialist and basic military journalist.
For my promotion, John Nagl gave me a copy of Fred Kaplan's The Insurgents: David Petraeus and the Plot to Change the American Way of War signed by the military journalist himself.
THE CENTRAL CLAIM OF THE GENERALS, military journalist Thomas Ricks's assault on post-World War II American military history, is that once upon a time the U.
President Barack) Obama that it is making good on its promise,'' military journalist Tetsuo Maeda said, referring to Noda's pledge to Obama during their summit talks in November in Honolulu to submit the report by the year-end.
She previously served as a military journalist in the U.
Offley, a military journalist and US Navy veteran, presents this exiting narrative of a critical turning point in the Second World War.
Steven Soderbergh's black-and-white homage to the classic post-war films stars George Clooney as military journalist Jake Geismer.
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