Monthly Archive

Welcome to our Archives page. On this page you will find totaly 102 of our articles broken down into Months and Years.


Michael Yon’s criticism of McChrystal deemed prophetic

Published on TheUSReport.comTuesday, June 22, 2010 at 09:06AMby Kay B. DayRolling Stone’s advance of an article with controversial remarks by Gen. Stanley McChrystal about President Barack Obama’s pro... read more..


Two big military scalps for Michael Yon

Published in the Daily Telegraph at on June 24th, 2010By Toby Harnden Well, I wouldn’t cross Michael Yon, the intrepid independent war reporter and photographer who has cover... read more..


Michael Yon invited by Brits and US to embed again

Published in The US Report at theusreport.comPublished on June 24, 2010by Kay B. Day Michael Yon has been invited to embed again by both Great Britain and the US.Michael Yon isn’t a correspondent who... read more..


California's Fragile Gem - TME bylined article by Gen. McCaffrey, Rob Vining

This month’s issue of The Military Engineer features a co-bylined article, “California’s Fragile Gem,” by Rob Vining and Gen. Barry McCaffrey on the challenges facing California’s Sacramento-San Joaqu... read more..


July Newsletter from Soldiers' Angels

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General Petraeus Letter

Published: 04 July 2010 Please click to download a pdf of this letter.    ... read more..


Assumption of Command

Assumption of CommandGeneral David H. PetraeusCommander, ISAF/US Forces-Afghanistan4 July 2010 Salaam Aleikum. Good morning to you all.  Ministers Wardak, Khan, Spanta, other Ministers, Ambassa... read more..


Even as the World Watched II: Tasting the Kool-Aid

Published: 05 July 2010Chiang Mai, Thailand This journalist was all over the place.  She stood out from the crowd for obvious reasons.  One evening, as the sun was setting, she was walkin read more..


Even as the World Watched III: Getting Hit to Get the Shot

Published: 07 July 2010Chiang Mai, Thailand During the Bangkok fighting in May, radio interviewers back America kept asking about the overuse of force by the Thai Army.  I answered that’s not read more..


Even as the World Watched IV: Peaceful, or Pistol?

12 July 2010Chiang Mai, Thailand During the Thailand fighting in May, the rain of media mixed with the dust of politics, creating mud that left honest people feeling bogged down.  People desir read more..


New Guidance

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Podcast: Michael Yon with

Michael Yon with re: British forces in Sangin, Afghanistan (2009)   ... read more..



Daughters of the American Revolution President General Linda Gist Calvin presents the DAR Medal of Honor to retired U.S. Army Lt. Col. James "Maggie" Megellas of Colleyville, Texas,  Friday, July... read more..



Published: 21 July 2010 Apologies that this article is available only in Thai language. Please click here to view the entire article.   ... read more..


Little Girl (Mosul) Thai Translation

Published: 27 July 2010Please click here to view the entire article as a pdf.... read more..


SNV Domestic Biogas Newsletter Issue 3 August 2010

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Defense Motion for Appropriate Relief- Loss of Detailed Counsel

Please click on the following links to view: Declaration in U.S. v. Wuterich GovtBriefonCaptMuthICOSgtHohman HUTCHINS, L.G Loss of Counsel Hutchins Motion Wuterich Dissenting Opinion Wuterich Ma... read more..


Soldiers' Angels September Newsletter 2010

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One Cell Phone at a Time: Countering Corruption in Afghanistan

Dan Rice and Guy Filippelli American commanders are preparing for a major offensive in Afghanistan to attack one of the most formidable enemies we face in country: corruption.    Despi... read more..


Our Muslim Friends Suffer, Too

Published: 29 September 2010Terrorism knows no bounds.  This atrocity happened in Iraq and the sadness still lingers in many hearts.I republish these two emails with permission of CSM Jeffrey Mel... read more..


To Follow these Steps

published: 5 October 2010 I first met Steve Shaulis about 27 years ago during Special Forces training.  We’ve been friends ever since and have traveled many places together. ... read more..


The Linda Norgrove Rescue Tragedy

Published: 11 October 2010 Ms. Linda Norgrove was kidnapped on 26 September during an ambush in eastern Afghanistan.  A trusted and knowledgeable source told me he expected there was a high like... read more..


Surobi Sentinel - Oct 2010

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The Killing

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Wikileaks: Statement from Office of U.S. Secretary of Defence

This just came in my email from Geoff Morrell: "We deplore Wikileaks for inducing individuals to break the law, leak classified documents and then cavalierly share that secret information with the ... read more..


Soldiers' Angels November Newsletter 2010

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Mt. Everest

Published: 04 November 2010NepalBefore returning for third time to Afghanistan this year, have made another trip to the Himalaya.  I made this image of Mt. Everest about a week ago.  You are... read more..


To Wish Upon a Star

Monday 15 November 2010 One night during my recent walk to Mt. Everest there seemed to be a million stars.  And so the camera was pointed at the treacherous mountain known as Ama Dablam, or “m read more..


Heavenly Shower

Published: 16 November 2010 The Himalaya near Mount Everest are ruthless and serene, while the stars tracing above are without love or grudge.  Seasonal tides of fair and foul weather wash in read more..


Moonshine on Ama Dablam

First Published: 22 November 2010 Recently, I published an image that became popular.  While perusing the photos from that night in the Himalaya in Nepal, a similar but better image popped up. read more..

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