Dana Milbank, We Salute You
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Author Dana Canedy discusses how her January, 2007 article for the New York Times entitled, "From Father to Son, Last Words to Live By" grew and eventually became her new book, "A Journal For Jordan."
Journalist and author Dana Canedy discusses her relationship with her late husband, Sergeant Charles King. Charles' journal he kept for their son, Jordan is the subject of Canedy's book, "A Journal For Jordan." King was killed in 2006 near Baghdad.
Journalist and author Dana Canedy talks about when her late husband, Sergeant Charles King, received his orders for Iraq. "A Journal For Jordan" is Canedy's new memoir about Charles and the journal he created while in Iraq for their son, Jordan.
Dana Canedy, journalist and the author of “A Journal For Jordan” discusses meeting her husband, the late Sergeant Charles King.
Journalist and author of “A Journal For Jordan,” Dana Canedy on heroism. Canedy’s husband, First Sergeant Charles King, was killed in 2006 when an IED detonated under his Humvee on an isolated road near Baghdad. His son, Jordan, was seven months old.