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Reporter’s commando documentary to premiere in Tampa, home of special operations

In the military, the term danger close means troops are in close range of bombs, rockets, mortars and other friendly fire. [Read more…]

Danger Close; The Alex Quade Story – Trailer

DANGER CLOSE follows award-winning female war reporter Alex Quade’s daring missions to tell soldiers’ stories during a series of unprecedented embeds with U.S. Special Operations Forces.
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Hollywood Trailer ‘Danger Close: The Alex Quade Story’

War Reporter Alex Quade covers AC-130 Spectre Gunship for a documentary.

War Reporter Alex Quade covers AC-130 Spectre Gunship for a documentary.

DANGER CLOSE follows award-winning female war reporter Alex Quade’s daring missions to tell soldiers’ stories during a series of unprecedented embeds with U.S. Special Operations Forces.

Trailer, as seen online since May 2016, and already screened in theaters ahead of “Citizen Soldier.”
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The Special Forces Who Avenged 9/11 (Alex Quade’s “Horse Soldiers” SHORT)

These are the Green Berets who avenged the 9/11 attacks. War Reporter Alex Quade spent 5 years tracking the Operators down and persuading them to go on camera and share their photos and stories. Three ODAs (“A-Teams’) of 34 men on horseback — including Special Forces, Combat Controllers and CIA Operatives — worked with the Northern Alliance after 9/11 to overthrow the Taliban and Al Qaeda, before America even knew that we were at war in Afghanistan. Alex Quade did stories for CNN, the Washington Times and a full film narrated by Actor Gary Sinise. Quade is releasing this SHORT version from her Edward R.Murrow Award-winning documentary, for the 15th anniversary of 9/11, and the rededication of the statue at Ground Zero. [Read more…]

Alex Quade’s Interview w/Medal of Honor Col. Roger Donlon

DonlonWar Reporter Alex Quade’s special interview with legendary Green Beret and Medal of Honor recipient Col.Roger Donlon. For more info: www.alexquade.com. [Read more…]

‘Chinook Down’ the trailer

The winner of a Society of Professional Journalists award, and the American Legion Award Fourth Estate Award, watch the trailer for “Chinook Down” [Read more…]

Alex Quade Covers B1-Bs & Apaches/Task Force Fury

War Reporter, Alex Quade, embedded with Task Force Fury in Helmand Province, Afghanistan, as they called in airstrikes with B1-Bs and close combat attack with Apache helicopters in 2007. [Read more…]

Alex Quade: Behind The Stories Of Spec Ops

War reporter Alex Quade takes you behind the stories of Special Operations. She shares more personal stories and challenges behind her Edward R. Murrow Award-winning work covering Special Operations Forces in combat. Extreme storytelling and silent risk-taking are at the heart of what Alex does. [Read more…]

Alex’s Exclusive: First female soldier in Green Beret training fails to complete course

Army Special Forces candidates carry a log during a recent Special Forces Assessment and Selection class at Camp Mackall at Fort Bragg, North Carolina. Two female officers have qualified to undergo training to become Green Berets. Photo courtesy of the U.S. Army

Army Special Forces candidates carry a log during a recent Special Forces Assessment and Selection class at Camp Mackall at Fort Bragg, North Carolina. Two female officers have qualified to undergo training to become Green Berets. Photo courtesy of the U.S. Army

The first female soldier to participate in the Army’s initial training program for the Green Berets — side-by-side with men — has failed to complete the course this week, The Washington Times has learned.

The enlisted soldier is the first woman to attend the U.S. Army Special Forces Selection and Assessment, the first step toward earning the Special Forces tab and the coveted Green Beret. The Times reported in July that two female officer candidates have been accepted to attend an SFAS class that begins in the spring.

The female soldier, whom Army officials did not identify by name, had reported to the U.S. Army John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center and School at Fort Bragg, North Carolina, on Sept. 2. She passed the physical fitness test and the first half of the grueling, 21-day weeding-out process, during which 10 percent to 15 percent of her classmates dropped out. [Read more…]

Alex Quade at Wyoming Memorial

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