Matt DuPré served as an Amphibious Officer in the United States Marine Corps from 2007 to 2012. He earned an MFA in Creative Writing from The New School in New York and now works as a copywriter in New York City by day and writes by night.
Amphibious Combat Vehicles and the Future of War, Part Four: The Last War Horse
Amphibious operations training means high-risk training, but will it later pay dividends, or is i...
Amphibious Combat Vehicles and the Future of War, Part Three: The Next Beachhead
9/11 showed how difficult it is to predict the needs of the battlespace, but it’s hard to i...
Amphibious Combat Vehicles and the Future of War, Part Two: Legacy
AAVs are central to the mission of the Corps, but with no major amphibious landings in sixty year...
Losing My Navy SEAL Best Friend: A Story of Grief and Coming Out the Other Side2
Taliban’s Actions Only Confirm That the Time to Leave Afghanistan is Now3
Afghan Special Forces Kill al-Qaeda #2 Commander in a Raid4
An easy way to remove rust from firearms5
Fort Bragg Authorized Twitter User Sent Sexually Explicit Tweets, Not Hacker
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