In 2007, during the height of warfighting in Iraq an Afghanistan, Chas exposed a lethal bacteria outbreak in frontline military hospitals — pointing out how the preventable infections — combined with inconsistent use of antibiotics — jeopardized the lives of service members who had survived their combat injuries, and caused some to lose limbs that might otherwise have been saved.
While an executive with the U. S. Naval Institute in 2009, Chas offered the Canadian network CTV this analysis of maritime piracy off the Horn of Africa.
Few journalists match Chas’ understanding of security issues – and his ability to explain them intelligently yet simply.
Former Station Manager
and News Director
ABC7 and WUSA9
The most incisive question of the day was from Chas Henry…
Colonel Walter J. Boyne
In his book Operation Iraqi Freedom: What Went Right, What Went Wrong, and Why
Chas is a strong storyteller. Listeners appreciate his ability – without requiring a lot of their time – to help them make sense of the day’s news.
Vice President, NewsTalk, iHeart Boston