Host Reed Galen is joined by Martin Pengelly, Author and Washington Breaking News Correspondent for Guardian US. They discuss Martin’s latest book, Brotherhood: When West Point Rugby Went to War, a story of American rugby and a story of the U.S. Army created through intimate portraits of men shaped by West Point’s motto: “Duty, Honor, Country.” Plus, examining the U.S. Army as an organization in peace times, and why the media doesn’t always have to report on two sides of a lie. Be sure to pick up BROTHERHOOD wherever fine books are found and for more from Reed Galen, be sure to subscribe to “The Home Front”.
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