Tanya Biank, journalist, author and Fulbright Scholar
"The Bride Wore Green: Marriage and the Military, an Author's Walk in her Own Storyline" Biank is a 1993 graduate of Penn State, where she received a bachelor's degree in journalism and was a member of the University Scholar's program. She is a former military reporter for the Fayetteville Observer and has traveled around the world with troops to the Middle East, South East Asia, Europe, the Balkans and the Far East. She has appeared on several national television and radio shows (Good Morning America, CNN, ABC World News Tonight, C-Span, NPR and BBC) discussing military issues. Her coverage of the 2002 Fort Bragg Army wife murders led to Congressional inquiries and changes in Army programs and policy. Her debut book, "Under the Sabers: The Unwritten Code of Army Wives," was released in February by St. Martin's Press. "Under the Sabers" has been optioned by Touchstone. Biank is a columnist for military.com and is starting work on a second book.
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