Table of contents for Embedded : the media at war in Iraq / Bill Katovsky, Timothy Carlson.

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Introduction i
Charging into Bad-Guy Country with Custer
Detroit News Reporter John Bebow 1
Covering Wars Takes Her Far from Home
San Francisco Chronicle Staff Writer Anna Badkhen 11
The Race to Baghdad
CBS Evening News Correspondent Jim Axelrod 21
Dodging Death
Voice of America's East Africa Bureau Chief Alisha Ryu 29
Doing Good Deeds with the Devil Docs
CNN and Time Medical Correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta 33
Groundhog's Day at CENTCOM's Media Center
New York Magazine Media Critic Michael Wolff 39
"My Marines"
Orange County Register Columnist Gordon Dillow 45
The Fixer
Hasan Aweidah, aka PJ 55
Beyond Good and Evil
CNN Baghdad Bureau Chief Jane Arraf 59
O Brother, Where Art Thou?
Washington Times Chief Photographer Joe Eddins 65
Media Gatekeeper and Troubleshooter
U.S. Army Colonel Guy Shields, Public Affairs Officer 73
War-Gaming with Lieutenant General William Wallace
USA Today Reporter Steve Komarow 79
Death in the Afternoon
El Correo and Telecinco Correspondent Mercedes Gallego 85
Hello to All That
U.K.'s News of the World Reporter Chris Bucktin 89
It's Dejà Vu All Over Again
GLOBE TV Executive Producer and
ABC News and Nightline Correspondent Mike Cerre 93
Capturing the War's Most Memorable Image
Time Magazine Photographer Yuri Kozyrev 103
Back to Baghdad
CNN International Correspondent Nic Robertson 107
Once a Marine, Always a Marine
San Francisco Chronicle Reporter John Koopman 111
Truth vs. Beauty
Montreal Freelance Photographer Robert J. Galbraith 123
Where the Boys Are
Leaf-Chronicle (Clarksville, Tennessee)
Military Reporter Chantal Escoto 127
The Birds and the Bees and a Pest Named Geraldo
KSTP-TV (Minneapolis-St. Paul) Reporter Dean Staley 133
Sorry, No Room Service at Saddam's Presidential Palace
Los Angeles Times Staff Writer David Zucchino 141
Ambushed on the Highway
Philippines TV (ABS-CBN) Correspondents
Eric Tulfo and Maxie Santiago 151
The Moral Compass of Iraq
New York Times Baghdad Bureau Chief John Burns 155
Boys in the Bradley
San Francisco Chronicle Reporter Carl Nolte 165
Reporting from the Trenches
CBS News White House Correspondent and
Weekend Anchor John Roberts 171
Trapped in the Media Crossfire
Al Jazeera Correspondent Amr El- Kakhy 179
They Fight. We Report. You Decide.
Fox News Reporter Rick Leventhal 185
Trying Not to Go Deaf on the Gun Line
Boston Globe Reporter Scott Bernard Nelson 193
Semper Fido! On Duty to Sniff Bombs
CENTCOM's Jocko 201
The Birth of Embedding as Pentagon War Policy
Deputy Assistant Secretary of
Public Affairs Bryan Whitman 203
The Hemingway Legacy
Kansas City Star Staff Writer Matt Schofield 209
War Junkie
BBC News Special Correspondent Ben Brown 217
High-Tech Desert Rats
Wired Reporter Josh Davis 223
The Checkpoint Killing
Washington Post Reporter William Branigin 229
What Romance Aboard the War Boat?
Jerusalem Post Reporter Janine Zacharia 235
On the Road with Unilaterals
Los Angeles Times Translator and Driver Mohammed Fahmy 241
Mishandled by His Iraqi Minders
New York Times Staff Photographer Tyler Hicks 245
Absurdity of War
British Lieutenant Colonel Robert Partridge, Public Affairs Officer 253
"All is Vanity"
Los Angeles Times Reporter Geoffrey Mohan 257
My First War
Newsweek Reporter Kevin Peraino 265
Making the Media Feel at Home
Sergeant Major Carol Sobel, Public Affairs Officer 269
Going Live
CNN Correspondent Martin Savidge 273
The Arab Perspective
Abu Dhabi TV Correspondent Amir Al-Mounaiery 283
Marriage Under Fire
Washington Post's Moscow Bureau Chiefs
Susan Glasser and Peter Baker 287
Measuring the True Cost of War
Peace Activist Marla Ruzicka 299
Going from Ground Zero to the Ground War
Newsday Reporter Graham Rayman 305
View from Across the Pond
BBC News Special Correspondent Gavin Hewitt 311
The Disembed
Harrisburg's Patriot-News Washington Reporter Brett Leiberman 317
The Sound War
National Public Radio Correspondent Eric Westervelt 323
Our Warrior Youth
Rolling Stone Reporter Evan Wright 329
Sharp Shooters
Combat Cameraman Staff Sergeant Ronald Mitchell 341
Maintaining a Family Legacy
Fox News Producer and Reporter Maya Zumwalt 347
The Fallujah Incident
London Daily Mirror Reporter Chris Hughes
and Freelance Photographer Julian Andrews 353
Crossing the Journalistic Divide
Atlanta Journal-Constitution Military Affairs Reporter Ron Martz 357
Lending Assistance to a Dangerous Profession
Committee to Protect Journalists' Michael Massing 371
Choosing the Right Target
CBS News Cameraman Mario DeCarvalho 379
The Ping, Ping, Ping of Bullets Hitting My Car
Newsweek Reporter Scott Johnson 389
Department of Defense Embedment Manual 401
Notes and Acknowledgments 419
In Memoriam 421

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Iraq War, 2003 Mass media and the war, War correspondents Interviews