Chas Henry

Chas Henry Middays: 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Chas Henry has reported for ABC7, NewsChannel 8 and WTOP in the Washington area, and has traveled on assignment to 29 nations on five continents. Educated at USC, Oxford and Georgetown, he is a combat-decorated veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps.

Chas’ reporting –- much of it focused on defense, intelligence and homeland security –- has been recognized by the Radio-Television News Directors Association, Council on Foreign Relations, Western Knight Center for Specialized Journalism, Associated Press, Society of Professional Journalists and Military Reporters & Editors.

In 2002 he was presented “Best News Reporter” honors in Washington, D.C.’s Achievement in Radio Awards. And just recently, he was inducted into the Marine Corps Marathon Hall of Fame.

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The end of the 18 year-old "Don't Ask Don't Tell" law took effect on Sept. 20, 2011, allowing gays to openly serve in the armed forces.  (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

Almost Equal: U.S. Military Three Years After ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’

Three years after the U.S. military did away with its “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” policy and began allowing gay and lesbian military people to serve openly, WNEW looks into how well that integration is going.


Chas Interviews CJCS GEN Martin Dempsey, October 17, 2012

Robot Wars: The Brave New World

In future wars, will human soldiers be replaced by weapons that think for themselves? Lots of remote control systems are already on the battlefield. Chas Henry, All News 99.1’s national security correspondent, met with warfighters, scientists, critical analysts –- and the nation’s top military officer — to explore the brave new world of … ROBOT WARS.


Col. James Johnson III formerly led U.S. troops of the 173rd Airborne Brigade, shown here in training exercises near Hohenfels, Germany. (credit: Johannes Simon/Getty Images)

U.S. Commander Guilty Of Fraud, Bigamy With Iraqi Wife

Col. James Johnson III was found guilty at a court martial of multiple counts of fraud stemming from his relationship with a married woman he met during his field duty in Iraq.

99.1 WNEW–06/20/2012