Meg Jones is a reporter for the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel who specializes in military and veterans issues. She has traveled to Iraq four times and three times to Afghanistan as an embedded reporter with Wisconsin National Guard and reserves troops since 2003. Meg was a Pulitzer Prize finalist in 2003 for stories about chronic wasting disease discovered in Wisconsin's whitetail deer herd. She earned a B.A. in journalism and history from the University of Wisconsin and has taught at Marquette University.
View her reporting about the military:
Medical Unit has to be Ready for Anything
Surgeon's Iraq Experience is Core of Military Medical Textbook