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Barbara Starr Biography | Barbara Starr Pentagon Correspondent

Barbara Starr is an American television news journalist for CNN. She is the network’s Pentagon correspondent, based in Washington, DC.

Starr attended California State University from which she earned a degree in journalism. From 1979 to 1988, she was a correspondent for Business Week magazine, covering energy matters.

Starr then worked for the news magazine Jane’s Defense Weekly from 1988 to 1997. Covering national security and defense policy before joining ABC News as a producer, covering the Pentagon.

Previously, she was the Washington, D.C., bureau chief for Jane’s Defence Weekly. A London-based weekly newsmagazine. Where for nine years she covered all aspects of national security. The intelligence community, defense and military policy for nine years.

During this time, Starr conducted numerous one-on-one interviews with current secretaries of defense and directors of central intelligence. Starr has also traveled to the Balkans, the Persian Gulf and NATO headquarters in Brussels.

Barbara Starr Age | How Old Is Barbara Starr CNN Reporter?

Barbara Starr was born On September 11, 1938. She is [agecalc birthdate=1938-09-11]

Barbara Starr Husband – Is Barbara Starr Married?

Starr has kept her personal life very private. It is not yet known whether she has been in any relationship or single.

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Starr joined CNN in 2001 from ABC News where she had worked since 1998 as a producer for the network’s news originating from the Pentagon.

She was providing on- and off-air reporting on military and national security affairs. Starr also reported for Nightline, World News This Morning, World News Now, ABC Radio and ABCNews.com.

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Starr joined CNN as the lead Pentagon correspondent in 2001, covering national security issues including the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.

She provides viewers with the latest national security news each day from the Pentagon, works her sources to report on the military campaigns against ISIS, investigations in terror attacks and military and intelligence operations.

She also appears regularly on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer, New Day and other shows across the network regularly breaking big news and delivering exclusive coverage on the U.S. military and political situation on a global scale.

The Panetta Institute for Public Policy honored Starr with a Jefferson-Lincoln Award for her work in journalism in 2014. She has made repeated trips to Iraq, Afghanistan and the Horn of Africa since 2003, where she has been embedded with U.S. troops.

Starr traveled to Beirut, Lebanon with U.S. Marines tasked with evacuating Americans during Israel’s war with Hezbollah in 2006.

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She has also reported directly from the Persian Gulf, Russia, Central America, and the Chinese-North Korean border. She was the only broadcast journalist to travel to Iraq and Syria with commanding general of U.S. Central Command in 2016, Gen. Joseph Votel, the highest-ranking U.S. military official to travel into Syria during the war, to report on the global fight and special operations training of local forces to combat ISIS.

In her career, she has profiled numerous wounded troops and the plight of homeless veterans. She has reported on the fallen regularly from Section 60 at Arlington National Cemetery, the final resting place for veterans of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.

MSNBC reporter Chris Hayes ran a segment in June 2013 in which he argued that Starr’s publication of leaked information was at least as potentially harmful to national security as those published by Glenn Greenwald of The Guardian.

He received criticism from Kenyans through a Twitter hashtag that trended for several hours on the Internet when she called Kenya a “terror hotbed” as President Obama headed to the East African nation in July 2015. Starr was referring to the security threat posed by Al-Shabaab militants operating from neighboring Somalia.

Barbara Starr CNN Salary

Starr has done great work in her field and gained widespread recognition. However,  her salary is not yet disclosed.

Barbara Starr Email

Barbara’s Email is not yet revealed.

Barbara Starr Net Worth

Barbara’s net worth is not yet revealed but she is said to receive a salary of over $350 thousand per annum.

Barbara Starr Awards

While still at ABC News, Starr won an Emmy Award as a location producer at NORAD/Cheyenne Mountain, covering the transition to the new millennium at Moscow rollover time.

 

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