- "Keynote Session: The Last 50 Years"
- "Making Sense of the War: The Role of the Media"
- Friday, October 28
David Martin began his journalism career as a researcher for CBS News in 1969. He joined CBS News as its Pentagon correspondent in 1983 and has been its national security correspondent since 1993, reporting on virtually every major defense, intelligence, and international affairs story for CBS.
For his work, Martin has received several Emmys, most recently in 2012 for his story “Starting Over.” He has also received two Alfred I. duPont-Columbia University Awards and the Joan S. Barone Award for excellence in Washington-based national affairs and public policy reporting.
Martin is the author of Wilderness of Mirrors, and Best Laid Plans: The Inside Story of America's War Against Terrorism. During the Vietnam War, Martin served as an officer aboard a U.S. Navy destroyer.
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