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Contributor, Andrew Lubin

Thumbnail image for andrew_lubin_heli.jpgAndrew Lubin is a Bucks County, Pa. author and independent foreign correspondent who writes on current events and international relations. His work appears regularly in such professional magazines as “Jane’s Intelligence Review”, “Leatherneck”, and “The Gazette” and recently served as the military consultant to Stephens Media Group for their “Valor Series.”
A member of the Marine Corps Combat Camera Association, Andrew’s embedded 11x spanning 16+ months with Marine, Army, and National Guard troops in Haiti, Afghanistan, Iraq, Guantanamo Bay, and Beirut since 2006. He will be returning to Afghanistan in May.
Andrew’s first book, “Charlie Battery; A Marine Artillery Battery in Iraq” won the 2007 Gold Medal for best Military Non-Fiction from the Military Writers Society of America, as well as Best Memoir from the University of Virginia’s “Festival of Books.” He was a co-author for the popular “Uncle John” series of books for “Uncle John Salutes the Armed Forces”, which was nominated in 2009 for “Best Anthology” by the Military Writers Society of America. His latest book, “Keep Moving or Die; Task Force Tarawa at An-Nasiriyah” is due out in 1stQ 2011 (Naval Institute Press)
He’s appeared on ABC, CNN, FOX, and Patriot Media and is a regular guest on the top-rated late-night radio “Joey Reynolds Show” (WOR Radio, 710 AM) as well as the Hugh Hewitt Radio Show. In November 2004 Andrew served as the Military Analyst for WPVI (ABC) Philadelphia during Fallujah-2. In 2009 he was the keynote speakers at the U.S. Army’s Command & Staff College “Military & Media” symposium, Fort Leavenworth, KS and has addressed Philadelphia’s Foreign Policy Research Institute, Allegheny College’s Center for Political Participation, Dalhousie University (Halifax, CN), Centre for Foreign Policy, and West Chester University’s Political Science-ROTC Programs.
Additionally Andrew reviews books for “Leatherneck Magazine.” You can follow him on and

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