by C. J. Chivers
“A classic of war reporting…The author’s stories give heart-rending meaning to the lives and deaths of these men and women, even if policymakers generally have not.” —The New York Times
Pulitzer Prize winner C.J. Chivers’s unvarnished account of modern combat, told through the eyes of the fighters who have waged America’s longest wars.
More than 2.7 million Americans have served in Afghanistan or Iraq since September 11, 2001. C.J. Chivers reported from both wars from their beginnings. The Fighters vividly conveys the physical and emotional experience of war as lived by six combatants: a fighter pilot, a corpsman, a scout helicopter pilot, a grunt, an infantry officer, and a Special Forces sergeant.
Interview with the Author
Modern War Institute
Ep. 61 – Iraq and Afghanistan Through the Eyes of the Men and Women That Fought There
10/2/18 28 min
The DMPL Podcast
5/21/19 33 min
Town Hall Seattle Civics Series
115: C.J. Chivers with Patricia Murphy
11//18 68 min
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