THE TOP ONLINE PUBLISHER FOR AMERICA’S MILITARY

LOVED BY GRUNTS IN THE FIELD AND GENERALS IN THE PENTAGON ALIKE

Over the past 6 years, Duffel Media has emerged as a leading online publisher of military- and veteran-related content, reaching an engaged audience of both troops in the field and top decision-makers at the highest levels of America’s national security leadership.

Duffel Media’s archive includes thousands of articles, images, videos, and a published book.

   

DUFFEL MEDIA STATS

1 Million+

Unique Visitors Monthly

3 Million+

Monthly Pageviews

385,000

Social Media Audience

DEMOGRAPHICS

We reach a young, male, educated, and military-affiliated audience.

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OUR SITES

Duffel Blog

The American Military’s Most-Trusted News Source


Duffel Blog offers a hilariously funny satirical take on national security from a team of more than 100 military veteran writers. The site has been called “pitch-perfect” by Wired, while CBS News hailed it as offering some of the “best military satire since Joseph Heller wrote Catch-22.”

Each day Duffel Blog offers up unique and much-needed comedic relief for America’s men and women in uniform. Founded in 2012 by a U.S. Marine Corps veteran, the site has become a daily must-read for both soldiers in the field and officers at the Pentagon.

Code Red News

National security reporting with a distrustful eye and sharp tongue.


Code Red News offers a bold, fresh take on national security reporting in the digital age, led by the former military & defense editor of Business Insider.

Founded in 2018, the brand new site reports and offers analysis on military news with brevity, humor, and plenty of skepticism.

PRAISE FOR DUFFEL BLOG

“The site reminds me of The Onion in its early days. They’re clearly having fun doing it, which is part of what makes it successful.” —Scott Dikkers, founding editor of The Onion


“Duffel Blog is a beautifully crafted response to an increasingly stuffy environment in today’s America. Duffel Blog reminds us of much of what we in the military fight for — the freedom to think our own way and to laugh about the absurdities without being mean-spirited.” —Defense Secretary Jim Mattis


Military public affairs professionals “are hungry for information. They are always reading articles, journals, fiction, [and] even reading The Duffel Blog and watching ‘The Daily Show.’” —George Little, former assistant to the secretary of defense for public affairs

PRAISE FOR CODE RED NEWS

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