David Wood

ASU Future of War Fellow

David Wood was a Class of 2016 & 2017 ASU Future of War Fellow at New America. He is the author of What Have We Done, a book on moral injury, the effects of war on those who fought in Iraq and Afghanistan, and on civilians at home who sent them. It will be published by Little, Brown in 2016. A staff correspondent for The Huffington Post, he won the 2012 Pulitzer Prize for National Reporting for a series on the severely wounded of those wars. He is a former conscientious objector who has covered the military and wars since 1977 as a staff correspondent for TIME magazine, the Los Angeles Times, Newhouse News Service, and other publications. 

All Work

Tend to Troops’ Moral Injuries

David Wood wrote for the New York Daily News on the moral injuries American service members face.

What Have We Done: Moral Injury in America’s Long Wars

David Wood talks about his personal observation of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and their impact on the young Americans deployed to them

What Have We Done: The Moral Injury of Our Longest Wars

From Pulitzer Prize-­winning journalist David Wood, a battlefield view of moral injury, the signature wound of America's 21st century wars.