Authors

Rod Rodriguez
Dedan “Rod” Rodriguez is a US Army Reserve Warrant Officer with over 15 years of military service. When he’s not in uniform he’s a professional audio producer specializing in podcast production. He is the former host of The After Action Review Podcast and the current soundscape designer for...
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Jack Murphy
Jack Murphy
Jack Murphy is an eight-year Army Special Operations veteran who served as a Sniper and Team Leader in 3rd Ranger Battalion and as a Senior Weapons Sergeant on a Military Freefall team in 5th Special Forces Group. After returning to civilian life in 2010, he graduated from Columbia University in...
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Abbie Bennett
Abbie Bennett is an award-winning journalist and graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a degree in English and a degree in Journalism and Mass Communication with a reporting concentration and political immersion from the UNC Hussman School of Media and Journalism. She has...
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Raised in Jacksonville, North Carolina, home of Camp Lejeune, Julia is the daughter of a Marine and stepdaughter of a Navy corpsman. With nearly two decades of reporting experience, Julia has covered the military, their families and veterans for both radio and print publications. A graduate of the...
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Phil Briggs made a name for himself on rock radio stations in New England, Utah and Maryland. “But this job? It’s like coming home.”
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Elizabeth was born on Andrews Air Force Base, Md. before moving with her Air Force family 16 times in 18 years.
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Kaylah describes her military service as “being part of an international club. A group of like-minded people with pride in themselves, others, and their country."
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Neil is an Associated Press, Hearst Corporation, New York Press Club, and Society of Professional Journalists award-winning journalist, producer, reporter and talk show host.
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Scott A. Huesing
Major Scott A. Huesing USMC (Ret), bestselling author of "Echo in Ramadi—The Firsthand Story of U.S. Marines in Iraq’s Deadliest City"
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