Meet Caitlin M. Kenney

Caitlin M. Kenney has been reporting on military operations and veterans issues for six years. What drew her to the subject matter? After graduating from journalism and international relations studies at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, she married a soldier. As the two moved to postings across the United States, Caitlin joined the staffs of military public affairs offices, then local newspapers near military bases.

While a staff writer at the Coastal Courier in Hinesville, Georgia, she reported on activities at Fort Stewart and embedded with units of the 3rd Infantry Division as they took part in multinational exercises in Poland and Gabon. In 2014, the Army presented Caitlin first-place honors in the video information program category of its public affairs awards program.

Her writing and photography have also been published in the Fort Sill Fires Bulletin and Liberty Life magazine. Now living in the Washington, D.C. area — her husband having gotten out of the Army — Caitlin is living the Veteran family experience first-hand.

Connect: @CaitlinMKenney |

Caitlin’s latest stories:

The USDA is mentoring transitioning veterans into farmers and ranchers

Training canine companions for veterans

Army vet breaks barriers for women and gays

From paratrooper to photographer: Meet the veteran capturing America’s gorgeous parks

What America can learn from tribes when welcoming warriors home

Veterans influence President Trump’s view of Afghanistan war

Veteran pushes for women empowerment in career networking

Duffel Blog founder says the popularity of the military satire website was completely accidental

Veterans influence President Trump’s view of Afghanistan war

Bradley vehicle from ‘Thunder Run’ installed at future army museum

LGBT advocacy org. on transgender ban: ‘We have every intention of challenging it in court’

Featured woman veteran: Janiece Marquez

Top 7 movies to watch Fourth of July weekend

Fly it high and commemorate Flag Day with these 5 tips

Sen. Tester shares how Vietnam veterans are helping the next generation of vets

How to transition from military spouse to veteran spouse


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