12 Must See Stories about Covering Conflict

“A Grunt’s Life”

Damon Winter and the New York Times

A Year at War

Thirty thousand American soldiers are taking part in the Afghanistan surge. Here are the stories of the men and women of the First Battalion, 87th Infantry of the 10th Mountain Division. Over their yearlong deployment, The New York Times follows their journey.

The list of Libyan photojournalism links

The YouTube Chanel of U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Mark Burrell

Road Works presented by VII

APARTFROMWAR Newhouse School and News21

The mission: Get to know the community of war veterans that saturates this countryside. Their question: What are the consequences of war, as experienced by a tight-knit and classic small-town, all-American community?

The Afghan Diaries by the Bombay Flying Club

Witness to the Pity of War

Photographer Adam Ferguson, on patrol with Marines in northern Marjah, witnessed the unintentional killing of a girl in a U.S.-fired mortar strike

Covering Conflict

Magnum Group
Robin Lustig, presenter for the BBC, curates Magnum as part of a joint venture between The BBC World Service and Magnum Photos who together have a combined 135 years on the field of two century’s conflicts.

Black Hearts by NPR


Mike Kamber: Military Censorship

BagNewsSalon is pleased to offer this exclusive audio slideshow interview featuring Michael Kamber, and a focused look at the issue of military censorship, including the photos he’s insisted on being seen.

One comment

  1. well those pictures and stories are really rousing , it all reminds me of a song in which someone sings: another century spend pointing guns at anything that moves -.-