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war correspondent

noun as in journalist covering war

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It was 1973, and 25-year-old Becker was off to be a war correspondent.

That mind-set underpinned her work, and Becker describes a maturing war correspondent, one not afraid to dig deep.

It took time for many reporters and producers to realize what was going on and shift their coverage as congressional correspondents turned into war correspondents, phoning in reports as they ducked for cover.

He attempted to resurrect his once-serious journalism career by joining Fox News in 2001 as a war correspondent but was essentially booted out of Iraq in 2003 for divulging troop positions.

And VanDyke and Fischer had dinner with war correspondent Steven Sotloff mere weeks before he was kidnapped.

David J. Morris is a former Marine infantry officer and war correspondent.

John Avlon on the war correspondent who never settled for anything short of the truth.

Dutch war correspondent Hans-Jaap Melissen knows Syria and its conflict well.

Gellhorn was the better journalist and war correspondent, a fact that gnawed at Hemingway.

Brodrick's reasons made him feel extremely uncomfortable in offering such a dangerous post as War Correspondent to young Prothero.

Perhaps I should have stated ere this that in addition to my duties as a soldier, I combined those of a “war correspondent.”

Charming associations surround the spot where I foregathered with the great war correspondent.

The war correspondent's face whitened for an instant, then the colour surged back in waves.

Presently there was a step behind him and he turned—to look into the face of the war correspondent who spoke first.


On this page you'll find 7 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to war correspondent, such as: foreign correspondent, and special correspondent.

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