Bing West

Bing West, a former assistant secretary of defense and author of two books on the war, recently returned from his 13th trip to Iraq.

War Stories
May 23 2007 4:55 PMThe Adviser ModelWe have to stay in Iraq for a decade. Here's how to do it.
Dispatches
May 25 2006 7:00 AMWhat Lies Ahead
Dispatches
May 23 2006 6:42 AMIn Fallujah, Resistance Is Futile
Dispatches
Oct. 5 2005 9:31 AMIt's Time To Declare Martial Law in the Sunni Cities
Dispatches
Sept. 28 2005 6:42 AMCity of Discontent
Dispatches
Sept. 26 2005 2:37 PMThe "Oil Spot" Theory of Counterinsurgency
Dispatches
Nov. 12 2004 11:28 AMWhy Marines Must Fight—and Kill—Here
Dispatches
Nov. 10 2004 2:34 PMIf a "Muj" Blinks, the Marines of VMU-1 See It
War Stories
April 25 2007 1:03 PMThe Great Wall of IndifferenceOn patrol inside Baghdad's tensest neighborhood.
Dispatches
May 24 2006 10:22 AM"IED Dead Ahead!"
Dispatches
May 22 2006 6:23 AMU.S. and Iraqi Soldiers on Patrol
Dispatches
Sept. 29 2005 6:26 AMA Tale of Two Sheiks
Dispatches
Sept. 27 2005 6:37 AMThe Emerging Iraqi Army
Dispatches
Dec. 8 2004 8:13 AMFallujah, the Morning AfterThe torture house and the merry-go-round.
Dispatches
Nov. 11 2004 11:37 AMHow the Pioneer Robot Plane Helped Win an Artillery Duel
War Stories
Oct. 7 2004 1:17 PMA Thin Blue LineWhy Iraqi cops are struggling.