Ann Scott Tyson

Ann Scott Tyson

Ann Scott Tyson is a war correspondent with a decade of combat experience, beginning with the invasion of Iraq. She has written for the 'Christian Science Monitor' and the 'Washington Post' and contributed to the 'Wall Street Journal'. Tyson is a graduate of Harvard University with an honors degree in government and has studied economics and business at Columbia University. Wikipedia*

On the C-SPAN Networks:
Ann Scott Tyson has eight videos in the C-SPAN Video Library; the first appearance was a 1997 Video Magazine as a Correspondent for the Christian Science Monitor. The year with the highest average number of views per program was 2014 with an average of 650 views per program. Most common tags: Military, Afghanistan, Iraq Occupation/Reconstruction (05/02/03-08/31/10).

Appearances by Title:c. January 1, 2006 - Present Correspondent, Military Affairs, [Washington Post] Videos: 4 c. October 29, 1997 - Present Correspondent, [Christian Science Monitor] Videos: 4

Recent Appearances

  • <em>American Spartan</em>

    American Spartan

    Ann Scott Tyson talked about her book American Spartan: The Promise, the Mission, and the Betrayal of Special Forces Major…

  • Newsmakers with Senator Dick Lugar

    Newsmakers with Senator Dick Lugar

    Senate Foreign Relations ranking member Richard Lugar (R-IN) joined Newsmakers to discuss U.S. tactics in Afghanistan. He urges President Obama to make a…

  • Operations in Iraq

    Operations in Iraq

    Army Major General Rick Lynch, commander of the Multi-National Division-Center, spoke by live remote from Baghdad about the…

  • Military Issues

    Military Issues

    Secretary Harvey was interviewed about military issues including operations in Iraq, troop rotations in the region,…

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