John Grady

John Grady, a managing editor of Navy Times for more than eight years and retired communications director of the Association of the United States Army after 17 years, is the author of Matthew Fontaine Maury: Father of Oceanography. It was nominated for the Library of Virginia’s 2016 nonfiction award. He also has contributed to the New York Times “Disunion” series, and the Civil War Monitor, and is a blogger for the Navy’s Sesquicentennial of the Civil War site. He continues writing on national security and defense. His later work has appeared on USNI.org, BreakingDefense, Government Executive, govexec.com, and nextgov.com, among others. 


4 entries by John Grady

Feature

The longtime journalist talks the Cold War, an infamous Soviet mole, and the boldness of the CIA's "Operation Gold."

Book Review

The Splintered Empires

By Prit Buttar

A well-researched account of the enduring fissures opened by WWI.

Book Review

A well-researched account of the enduring fissures opened by WWI.

Book Review

What drove the men who recast the rules of engagement?