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The War Zone (magazine)

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The War Zone
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The War Zone on February 9, 2022
Editor in ChiefTyler Rogoway
Managing EditorBrian O'Rourke
Deputy EditorJoseph Trevithick
Associate EditorOliver Parken
Staff writersHoward Altman
Thomas Newdick
Brett Tingley
CategoriesNews magazine, news site
FounderTyler Rogoway
Year founded2016
CompanyRecurrent Ventures
CountryUnited States

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The War Zone (TWZ)[1] is an online magazine oriented towards national security and geopolitical coverage and analysis. The magazine was created in 2016 by founder and editor-in-chief Tyler Rogoway. The publication stands "at the nexus of military technology, strategy, and foreign policy" covering the full spectrum of modern warfare across air, sea, land, space, and cyber domains, with an emphasis on providing geopolitical context. The site maintains a highly loyal audience of tech and defense enthusiasts, defense and national security industry professionals, and military members and veterans. It is the sister publication of The Drive and an imprint of Recurrent Ventures, a subsidiary of North Equity. While co-branded with sister publication The Drive, and hosted on the same website, it is an independent publication with its own masthead.[2]


The War Zone has broken a number of stories which reached national and international prominence, particularly relating to advanced U.S. defense technology, Chinese missile[3] drone,[4] and railgun[5] technology as well as UFO encounters reported by military and commercial airline pilots.[6]


The War Zone was established by Tyler Rogoway, who left Jalopnik's similarly positioned subsidiary Foxtrot Alpha to create a spin off of The Drive, a popular automotive focused online magazine. In 2018, North Equity was established as a private equity firm for the purposes of acquiring The Drive from Time, Inc., and along with it, The War Zone. From 2018 to 2021, North placed both into portfolio company Brookline Media while it built out its rollup business model. In June 2021, North announced the creation of Recurrent Ventures, a subsidiary which now owns publications including Popular Science, MEL Magazine, Field & Stream, and Task & Purpose, and the companies within Brookline Media, including The War Zone.[7]


  1. Rogoway, Tyler (August 22, 2018). "How Can The War Zone Blast Off To New Heights?". The War Zone. Retrieved 2021-06-21. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  2. "The War Zone Team". The Drive. Retrieved 2021-06-24. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  3. Pickrell, Ryan. "Video captures advanced Chinese bomber carrying a mystery missile possibly built for long-range strikes on US bases or even aircraft carriers". Business Insider. Retrieved 2021-06-24.
  4. Pickrell, Ryan. "China is practicing unleashing swarms of suicide drones packed with explosives from the backs of trucks". Business Insider. Retrieved 2021-06-24.
  5. Keller, Jared (2018-02-05). "Here's What We Know About China's Secretive Electromagnetic Railgun". The National Interest. Retrieved 2021-06-24. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  6. Winsor, Morgan (2018-03-30). "Pilots report close encounters with UFO over Arizona: 'Something just passed over us'". 6abc Philadelphia. Retrieved 2021-06-24.
  7. "Recurrent Ventures Named the New Parent Company of Popular Science, The Drive, Domino, Field & Stream, and Other Brands". PR Newswire. Retrieved 2021-06-21. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)

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