The Greatest War Correspondent Ever?

Michael Yon, I mean. OK, there are other candidates. All I can say is, read this. If there has ever been any better first-hand war reportage from anyone, anywhere, I’d like to hear about it. I think Ernie Pyle would stand up and salute. This is in-depth reportage, not sound bites, so you have to read the whole thing, and not just one day’s worth. But here are a couple of paragraphs:

The ambulance headed down the road, stopping in a densely populated warren of narrow streets and alleys. The ambulance stopped, and some men flushed out toward the flashing lights, apparently also completely unaware that American troops had converged on the scene. LTC Welsh


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