US Navy Chief Mass Communication Specialist Shannon Renfroe photographs FA-18E Super Hornets, Strike Fighter Squadron (VFA) 136 Knighthawks (USN, 12 March 2019) [880]

Combat Camera Takes Off

New Military Photography Magazine Launches

The Warfare.Today team launches Combat Camerathe magazine of military photography – featuring the best military photographers and combat camera teams from the British Armed Forces, the US Military and other military organisations.

Our idea is simple: the best photographs from the best photographers to bring you as close to the action as possible. You will see the sweat on the foreheads of young recruits going through combat conditioning; watch as a snake crawls over the rifle barrel of a concealed sniper; feel the blow back from tank live fire; and take front seat in military operations and exercises across the world.

The first issue brings you the best of Ministry of Defence imagery for 2018 as chosen by its editors, plus our pick of the best 50 photographs from the US Army, Navy, Marine Corps and Air Force to take you from ICEX18 to The Quiggley.

Combat Camera covers the major events of 2018, such as RAF100 – the centenary of the Royal Air Force – and Cambrian Patrol – the premiere patrolling event, attracting teams from around the world.

Warfare.Today will be featuring images from the Combat Camera website under the “photography” category. Click below to find out more about the magazine.

Combat Camera Vol. 1 No. 1 (2019)