The Military-Media Relationship: A Dysfunctional Marriage? - Thom Shanker, New York Times, and Major General Mark Hertling, U.S. Army.
In the information age, the first casualty of war is often trust—between those who fight the wars and those who report them. A general and a journalist express their ideas about truth, trust, and getting the story straight.
Fostering a Culture of Engagement - Lieutenant General William B. Caldwell IV, U.S. Army, Lieutenant Colonel Shawn Stroud, U.S. Army, and Mr. Anton Menning.
In the contemporary media environment, the Army must move beyond "business as usual" to embrace a culture of engagement. This dynamic mediascape can be potentially chaotic, but it also offers opportunities.
Much more in the September - October 2009 edition of Military Review.