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John Robinson is managing editor of Defense Daily. He has covered all the military services as well as Congress for the newsletter. Mr. Robinson started his career as a sportswriter for the Associated Press in Rome, Italy. He has also worked as a staff writer for Pioneer Press Newspapers in the Chicago suburbs as well as the Washington Post, where he covered high school sports on a part-time basis.
Cal Biesecker is the homeland security and business reporter for Defense Daily and the editor of the biweekly electronic newsletter Homeland Security Report. Cal covers the Department of Homeland Security and its components, cyber security, and the relevant congressional committees. He also covers defense industry financials, and mergers and acquisitions. Cal has been with Defense Daily since 2002, He is a graduate of the Indiana Univ. of Pennsylvania.
Richard Abott writes on the Navy, Marine Corps and missile defense for Defense Daily. Previously he has researched and written about various U.S. defense and nuclear weapons issues at the Federation of American Scientists, the Wisconsin Project on Nuclear Arms Control, the National Iranian American Council, and the British American Security Information Council. He received his MA in Security Studies from Georgetown University’s Walsh School of Foreign Service with a focus on International Security, and received his BA in Politics from Brandeis University. Twitter: @ReaderRabott
Matthew Beinart is a reporter with Defense Daily where he covers the Army, Marine Corps, cyber security and the Pentagon. Matthew’s beat focuses on ground vehicles, tactical networks, major budget decisions and everything in between. Prior to joining Defense Daily in May 2017, Matthew participated in a reporting fellowship with the Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project in Sarajevo, Bosnia & Herzegovina. He is a graduate of the University of Maryland’s Philip Merrill College of Journalism. Twittter: @MBeinart22
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