Chief National Security Correspondent,
Jennifer Griffin has served as Fox News' National Security Correspondent at the Pentagon since 2007. Prior to that she spent 16 years overseas based in South Africa, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Cyprus, Moscow and Jerusalem as a foreign correspondent. She covers all aspects of the US military and breaks news about national security global crises on a daily basis from the Pentagon. A graduate of Harvard '91, she and her husband Greg Myre of NPR authored the book "The Burning Land: Lessons from the Frontlines of the Transformed Israeli-Palestinian Conflict" after spending nearly 8 years covering the Second Intifada. Her efforts to help rescue colleague Benjamin Hall after he was struck with a Russian missile in Ukraine was outlined in "Saved: A War Reporter's Mission to Make it Home." In 2022 she received the Transatlantic Leadership Network's "Freedom of the Media" Gold Medal for Public Service as a result of her coverage of Ukraine.