Corey Adwar

Corey Adwar is from Long Island and studied history and political science at the University of Delaware, where he was on the staff of the school's student newspaper, The Review. Corey developed an interest in military and veterans' issues after writing a series of profiles of World War II veterans as a reporter with the Long Island-based North Shore News Group newspaper chain. He has also written for Business Insider in New York City.

Recent articles from Corey Adwar

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UNSUNG HEROES: The Pararescueman Who Saved 19 Lives Under Enemy Fire
Senior Master Sgt. Doug Widener earned the Distinguished Flying Cross after conducting 25 missions in just five days during Operation Bulldog Bite in Afghanistan.
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5 Ways Climate Change Will Impact The US Military
In his speech at the U.S. Coast Guard Academy, the president focused on the national security implications of climate change.
Former Army Staff Sgt. Ryan Pitts stands as the audience applauds him for receiving the Medal of Honor during a ceremony at the White House in Washington, July 21, 2014.
See What Medal Of Honor Recipient Ryan Pitts Told Graduating Students During A Commencement Speech
Ryan Pitts shared with graduates what he learned from his experience in the Battle of Wanat and how he applies those lessons to everyday life.
Sgt. Stephen M. Smith, the armory maintenance chief for 2nd Battalion, 8th Marine Regiment, survived an IED blast while on a dismounted patrol in Ramadi, Iraq, in 2006.
UNSUNG HEROES: The Marine Who Lost A Leg In Iraq And Became A Georgia State Trooper
This sergeant asked the state troopers not to give him any special treatment, then he chased down a suspect during training.
“After being in Iraq, I take one day at a time,” Corbin told Beliefnet. “I enjoy it to the fullest.”
UNSUNG HEROES: The Lance Corporal (Now Turned Sheriff) Who Carried 7 Marines Out Of A Deadly Ambush
Running through gunfire, this Marine fought back, carried away the casualties, and drove everyone to safety.
A police officer stands guard Monday, April 27, 2015, after rioters plunged part of Baltimore into chaos, torching a pharmacy, setting police cars ablaze and throwing bricks at officers.
Watch This Vietnam Veteran React To The Riots In Baltimore
In an on-air interview, this elderly veteran displayed his patriotism with an honorable appeal for calm.
The lead instructor of defensive tactics and handcuff training demonstrates the proper procedure to handcuff a non-compliant detainee on Cpl. Michael Davis, Nov. 1, 2011.
5 Offenders Who Received Creative Punishments For Stolen Valor
For pretending to be someone they weren’t, these five men paid the price of humiliation by the justice system.
Col. John D. Kline presents Miguel Carman with a certificate of achievement during an award ceremony on Hunter Army Airfield, April 9. Along with his brother, Enrique, and their father, Chief Warrant Officer 4 Mike Carman, the trio provided first aid to a victim of a car accident.
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UNSUNG HEROES: The Soldier And His Sons Who Saved A Teenage Car Accident Victim
Led by their Army officer father, two boys acted like well-disciplined soldiers to save another girl’s life on a Georgia road.
U.S. war correspondent Ernie Pyle, center, talks with Marines below decks on a U.S. Navy transport while en route to the invasion of Okinawa during World War II in this March 1945 file photo.
10 Extraordinary Quotes About War From Ernie Pyle
These insightful quotes contain enduring truths about war and what it means to be on the front lines, from the perspective of the common G.I.
Adm. Mike Mullen presents Senior Chief Petty Officer (SEAL) Douglas M. Day with the 2008 Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs Grateful Nation Award, Dec. 8, 2008.
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UNSUNG HEROES: This Navy SEAL Kept Fighting After Getting Shot 27 Times
Douglas “Mike” Day killed his attackers before they could finish him off, and now he has completed a 70.3-mile triathlon to raise money for wounded vets.