Andrew Lubin

Andrew is the author of the acclaimed "Charlie Battery; A Marine Artillery Battery in Iraq", the award-winning (2007 Gold Medal, Military Writers Society of America) story of his son Philip and his fellow Marines of Charlie Battery, 1st Bn, 10th Marines in the March 2003 battle at An-Nasiriyah. He's also a co-author of Uncle John Salutes the Armed Forces (2009), and Saluting American Valor (2010).

The success of "Charlie Battery," Andrew's first book, provided the impetus for his career as an author, embedded journalist, and speaker. He's a regular contributor to Leatherneck Magazine, Jane's Intelligence Review, and www.military.com and you can hear him on Radio Telefis Eireann commenting on Iraq, Afghanistan, the American political scene, and other topics for the Irish audience. Andrew's appeared on FOX, ABC, and CNN, the Hugh Hewitt Radio Show and VFW Radio, and supplied live-time expert commentary and analysis on Fallujah for WPVI-6, Philadelphia ABC.

Andrew has a degree in Political Science from Allegheny College, and a Master of International Management from the Thunderbird School of Global Management. He currently lives in Bucks County, Pa.