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About Rob Krott
Rob Krott was raised in McKean County, Pennsylvania, and educated at St. Bonaventure University and Harvard University. A former US Army officer, he has traveled to over seventy countries and received military awards and decorations from ten foreign governments including Croatia's Zahvalnica, awarded by the defense minister for combat missions along the Kupa River, and the Spomenicom Domovinskog Rata medal awarded by the Croatian president and personally presented to him by Ivica Racan, the Prime Minister of Croatia. Krott has also served in the field as a volunteer with guerrilla armies such as the Karen National Liberation Army in Burma and the Sudanese People's Liberation Army. He is the military affairs correspondent for Small Arms Review and was previously mastheaded as chief foreign correspondent for Soldier of Fortune magazine and as a columnist and foreign correspondent for Behind the Lines: The Journal of US Military Special Operations. From 2003 through 2008 he was employed in Iraq as a private security contractor. He currently lives and works in the Dominican Republic and is working on a book about his experiences with the SPLA in the Sudan.