David Axe

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David Axe
David Axe.jpg
David Axe in 2011
Nationality American
Occupation Military Correspondent
Website
http://medium.com/war-is-boring

David Axe is an American military correspondent who writes on military life and aspects of current conflicts. Axe is a prolific blogger and has published several books.

Journalism[edit]

Since 2005, Axe has reported from the United Kingdom, Iraq, Lebanon, Japan, East Timor, Afghanistan, Somalia, Chad, Nicaragua, Kenya, Gabon, Congo and other countries. He is a regular contributor to The Diplomat, Wired and many others,[1] he also shoots video for Voice of America.

Axe is a contributing editor at Warships Fleet International.

Published works[edit]

  • War Fix: Graphic novel war memoir.
  • Army 101: Account of army ROTC life centered around students at the University of South Carolina in the early 2000s.
  • War Bots: Examination of the technological, strategic and moral implication of the use of robots in warfare.
  • War is Boring: Collaboration with artist Matt Bors.
  • From A to B: The story of modern logistics and how it underpins American power.
  • The Accidental Candidate: The Rise and Fall of Alvin Greene
  • Army of God: Joseph Kony's War in Central Africa: Drawn from on-the-ground reporting, Army of God is the first-ever graphic account of the global phenomenon surrounding Kony—from the devastation he has left behind to the long campaign to defeat him for good

Bibliography[edit]

  • David Axe & Steve Olexa (2006). War Fix. NBM Publishing.
  • David Axe (2007). Army 101: Inside ROTC in a Time of War. University of South Carolina Press.
  • David Axe (2008). War Bots: How U.S. Military Robots Are Transforming War In Iraq, Afghanistan, And The Future. Nimble Books.
  • David Axe & Matt Bors (2010). War is Boring: Bored Stiff, Scared to Death in the World's Worst War Zones. NAL Trade.
  • David Axe (2011). From A to B: How Logistics Fuels American Power and Prosperity. Potomac Books.
  • David Axe (2012). The Accidental Candidate: The Rise and Fall of Alvin Greene. [David Axe (Author), Corey Hutchins (Author), Blue Delliquanti(Illustrator) www.ohumanstar.com, Dre Lopez (Cover Design)] CreateSpace.
  • David Axe & Tim Hamilton (2013). Army of God: Joseph Kony's War in Central Africa. PublicAffairs.

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ 'War is Boring Contributors', War is Boring, accessed 11 August 2011.

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