Tango Alpha Lima: Retired Air Force Combat Photographer Stacy Pearsall
February 21st, 2023
58 mins 54 secs
About this Episode
IN THE NEWS
Law enforcement is investigating after an intruder breached Andrews Air Force Base, the home of Air Force One.
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Stacy served in the Air Force as a combat photojournalist, where she earned numerous medals and commendations during her deployments. She is one of only three women to win National Press Photographers Association (NPPA) Military Photographer of the Year competition and is the first woman to earn it twice.
Today, Stacy continues to work worldwide as an independent photographer, author, educator and founder of the Veterans Portrait Project.
She talks with us about her history as well as her current project, the PBS series "After Action," which reveals the experiences of veterans before, during and after their service.
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- Breach at Air Force One base under investigation | The Hill — Law enforcement is investigating after an intruder breached the home base of Air Force One on Monday before being apprehended.
- American Legion Grassroots Action Center
- Stacy Pearsall - Wikipedia
- Veterans Portrait Project
- Homepage | www.afteractionshow.org
- After Action | PBS
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- Shooter: Combat From Behind The Camera: Pearsall, Stacy: 9780762780181: Amazon.com: Books
- A Photojournalist's Field Guide: In the Trenches With Combat Photographer Stacy Pearsall: Pearsall, Stacy: 9780321896612: Amazon.com: Books
- Be the One | The American Legion
- One of the First Black Marines, 101, Honored for His Service | Military.com
- Veteran Who Started Neo-Nazi Group Arrested Again, This Time for Targeting a Power Station | Military.com
- Black History Month: a time to honor and share | The American Legion