Marie Colvin’s Public Effort

Marie Colvin was a foreign affairs correspondent for The London Sunday Times, she died this February. Marie Colvin’s Private War is the Vanity Fair article these quotes are taken from:

As they left for the second trip, they learned that there would be no space for them to carry flack jackets, helmets, or video equipment. Trained as an artillery officer in the British Army, Conroy counted the rockets coming down and clocked 45 explosions a minute. “Every bone in my body is telling me not to do this,” Continue reading