Blog Out

Friday, May 04, 2007

Transcript

Since the beginning of the Iraq war, blogs by soldiers and marines have provided one of the clearest pictures of life as a grunt. Now, the Army is cracking down on military blogs. Retired paratrooper and blogger Matthew Burden says it’s a death sentence for combat blogging. But Army Major Ray Ceralde defends the new rules.
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