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by Zack Baddorf
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An overview of training for American soldiers and diplomats on agriculture prior to deployment to Afghanistan.
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Internews is training journalists in Sudan how to report on human rights issues. June 2010
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A feature piece about We Day 2010 by Zack Baddorf.
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Paradise on Earth is a 11-minute documentary by prefacto productions about journalist Zack Baddorf's visit to India-controlled Kashmir to participate in election monitoring. The film details…
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A victory rally that started before the victory. Video by Zack Baddorf.
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Prior to world war two, the Japanese controlled the Marshall Islands. On January 31st, 1944, the U.S. Army and Marine Corps invaded the chain of islands, and, after five intense days of battle, captured…
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Some Soldiers stationed at Camp Zama, Japan, visited a Japanese Self Defense Force base earlier this month for a fun day of interaction with their Japanese counterparts. Seaman Zack Baddorf takes…
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Indochina, like many jungle areas throughout the world, has a lot of mosquitoes. They serve their purposes in nature’s cycle but they also spread diseases. Petty Officer Zack Baddorf tells us…
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In the US and on US military bases around the world, most roads are paved. In other parts of the world, though, many rural roads are made primarily of dirt and gravel. Palin, Cambodia, is one such…
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Most interactions military police have with the community are in negative situation, like stopping domestic violence or a drunk driver. Seaman Zack Baddorf takes us to Kodiak, Alaska, and introduce…