Our Impact

Our award-winning team makes war personal by educating our readers about war and its impact.


TWH Wins Prestigious Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights Journalism Award

The War Horse was awarded alongside Reuters, Associated Press, Washington Post, USAToday, HBO, and multiple talented student journalists.

As the ‘Forever War’ Drags On, Veterans Bring Battlefield Knowledge to the Newsroom

In March 2018, The War Horse was featured by Columbia Journalism Review for our team's work addressing the decline in military coverage at for-profit and non-profit media organizations.

The War Horse Creates Writing Seminar Program

In December 2018, our War Horse Fellows Program was highlighted by The Lenfest Institute, a leading organization on innovation and sustainability in journalism.
The War Horse wins second Edward R. Murrow Award

TWH Recognized with Second Edward R. Murrow Award

The War Horse team is proud to announce that our newsroom has…

Transformative. Rejuvenating. Inspirational. The Impact of The War Horse Writing Seminars

The War Horse’s Writing Seminars ensure those most affected by war have the chance to share their stories and have a voice in the national conversation.

The Future of The War Horse and How to Support Our Ambitious Growth Strategy

Explore The War Horse’s long-term plan to build the newsroom our community demands and why your support matters more than ever.

The War Horse Publishes Writing Seminar Anthology

Our most recent Writing Seminar for Medics and Corpsmen brought together a dozen veterans to help find and shape their stories. These are their reflections. 
2019 audience survey The War Horse

Informative. Honest. Fearless. The War Horse’s Audience Survey Results

More than 250 readers shared valuable insights that will inform our strategy and the topics our newsroom explores. We wanted to share the results.

“The Rabbit Hole Goes Deep”—Marines React to “Black Book” Investigation

In the absence of Marine leadership, active-duty Marines and veterans speak up against a broken justice system, from infantry and attorneys to generals.