David Wood

A career-long military correspondent, David Wood covered guerrilla wars in Africa for three years; since 1981 he has covered war and the US military from Washington. He won the 2012 Pulitzer Prize for a Huffington Post series on severely wounded veterans of OIF and OEF. His newest book, What Have We Done: The Moral Injury of Our Longest Wars, was published Nov. 1 by Little, Brown.

Recent articles from David Wood

Marines form Lima Company return from a patrol in Southern Shorshork, Helmand province, Afghanistan, during Operation Cobra, June 17, 2010.
Asking Veterans About Their Service Is Far Better Than Thanking Them For It
The most therapeutic way for veterans to let go of their moral injuries is to talk about their experiences. But it’s up to those of us who didn’t serve to ask.