[...]I think no matter what we’ve done in the past, one of the main things we tried to teach people about how to try to cover a war, a difficult government or whatever situation that becomes dangerous is to show what we’ve learned in the past working in places like that to stay safe. You’re not going to do any good if you’re dead. You can’t push yourself too far. But the problem is, you know war is unpredictable and you can’t really teach how exactly to be safe. It’s always going to be problematic.
Iraq’s Current Conflict Foretold —NY Times
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