"Have Mom pay the American Express bill - by phone. It will come out of my account...
Also, she was talking about whether to do H&R Block with the taxes or send it to that guy on Long Island.
Go ahead and do H&R Block and she can fake my signature." - Greg Kelly to his dad, Ray, talking about taxes
from the middle of the warzone in Baghdad
11.19.05 LATEST NEWS...
Below, 4 pics of Greg reporting from Iraq in April 2005
Below picture of Greg in Fallujah with Master Sgt KD Lane USMC taken 4/5/05, Courtesy of MSgt KD Lane, USMC
SNCOIC, Fallujah CMOC
Video report from Greg in Iraq, 4/12/05
Check out this site for pics of Greg receiving an award at the Veterans Recognition Ceremony at the Intrepid Sea-Air-Space Museum, 30th November 2004
Click here for Greg's Op-Ed, There's No Politics in the Foxhole, in the New York Times 10.18.04
Below, Pics of Greg in Iraq, Courtesy of Ben Johnson of BenThere.com
Greg is now reporting out of the D.C. Bureau Thanks to Minnie of Fox News Channel Central for many of the Greg pics
Greg Kelly with MSgt KD Lane, USMC in what use to be a Youth Center in Downtown Fallujah, 4/5/05
Greg - Active Duty Marine Pilot
Lt. Col. Eric Wesly, Greg Kelly, and chaplin Capt. Johnson
Oliver North, Matt and Greg
Greg Kelly and Mal James do first liveshot from the desert
Greg Kelly, Pat Butler, and Mal James testing antenna in KC
Lt. Col Eric Wesley and Greg Kelly
Greg reporting via telephone after the mortar attack
Greg was honored 5/4/03 by the New York State Shields for Integrity in Journalism Thanks to Heather for this information!
Special Thanks to Caroline for the fantastic photo of Greg
in his days as an active duty Marine pilot!
If you're like us, you were glued to Fox News during Operation Iraqi Freedom!
It was here that we were introduced to Fox News Embedded Reporter Greg Kelly - the first reporter
to ride into Baghdad! Greg was cool under pressure - unlike his comrades Rick Levanthal (we love you too Rick)
and the overdramatic Geraldo Rivera (who is always entertaining). We got use to Greg's cool demeanor and his
obvious comraderie with the Third Infantry Division - Army. How many of you freaked when Greg was hit with shrapnel - we all
prayed that he'd be okay! Or when he was with the 3rd I.D. riding right through downtown Baghdad and yelling - 'hey, don't shoot
that guy!' We also loved how Greg described Saddam's castle as"seedy and cheesy"! Did that say it all or what? Well, we are glad
that Greg is safe and back on U.S. soil! If you have any links or pictures to contribute to the site, please email us at
email@example.com. Thanks for the ride, and here's to Greg Kelly!
Greg Kelly Bio - Foxnews.com
Greg Kelly, an Atlanta-based correspondent for the FOX News Channel (FNC), joined the network in November 2002. Most recently, he provided
extensive coverage on Operation Iraqi Freedom and was embedded with the U.S. Army’s 3rd Infantry Division, 2nd Brigade. He was the first television reporter
to deliver live pictures to the world of U.S. forces infiltrating Baghdad on April 5th. Two days later, Kelly captured another exclusive during the storming
of Saddam’s presidential palace. Prior to joining FNC, Kelly served as a reporter for New York 1 News, where he covered New York City politics. Prior to his
stint there, Kelly served as an anchor for the morning news program at WIVT-TV (ABC) in Binghamton, NY. Before pursing his career in journalism, Kelly spent
nine years as a fighter jet pilot in the United States Marine Corps. During his military service, Kelly amassed 158 aircraft carrier landings and flew over
Iraq in Operation Southern Watch, enforcing the United Nations imposed “No-Fly Zone.” He currently holds the rank of Major in the Marine Corp Reserves.
Kelly graduated from Fordham University (1991) with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science.
Greg Kelly Bio - Additional Tidbits
Special Thanks to our GK Online Reporter Sally for contributing to this Bio
Greg is reported to be 34 years old (2003)
Greg's Birthday is December 17th
Greg's full name is Gregory Raymond Kelly
Greg's Favorite TV Show is Jim Lehrer's News Hour
Favorite Food - Meatloaf and mashed potatoes!
Favorite Soda - Fresca!
Favorite Movie - "Goodfellas"
Greg plays saxophone
Greg's father, Ray Kelly, is New York City Police Commissioner
Greg is currently a Marine Reservist. Greg served out of Camp Pendleton, CA.
Greg once had to eject from his plane and was found unconscious - his helmet was found 2 miles away from his location
Greg earned his pilot's license at age 19
Greg is an avid reader - he has read 22 biographies on Richard Nixon alone
Greg "loves pound cake and ice cream"!
Thank you for all the interesting information on Greg Kelly. I'm a huge Fox fan and Greg Kelly fan. Greg is the kind of person you
can't help but adore. He loves his family and has a wonderful relationship with them. He loves, serves and protects his country as a Marine.
He served his country just recently by bringing us reports from the absolute dangerous front line of Operation Iraqi Freedom. He's a fabulous reporter. I find his calm, cool, level-headed, intelligent demeanor to be quite charming. Oh, did I mention he was handsome to boot? What a guy......We need to see more of Greg on Fox!
I'm glad that you started this website. It makes not seeing Greg on FOX a little easier . I have found that if you keep watching you will eventually see him. He looks great in a suit but I must say my favorite is the black shirt as well as his flight suit! He seems like a really great guy! Thanks again!- Ann
Three cheers for your website. It's about time we started revering a brave and honorable man who is also a very humble person.
Watch this guy because he possesses greatness and he is destined to play a major role in our futures. - C.L. Pierce
Thanks for this site! I too have missed Greg since he came home. Not only is he a great reporter but he's nice to look at, too! I hope we see more of him on Fox News. I need my Greg Kelly fix! - Sharon
Hey, I just wanted to tell you great site. Isn't Greg Kelly just the cutest. - Kathie
Thanks for posting all of the photos of Greg. I especially liked the one of
him in the flight suit, but my favorite is the photo with Rick Leventhal, in
which Rick has his arm around Greg in a "We're buddies" type pose. I hope that everyone will email Fox and hound them into bringing back Rick
and Greg. Fox News just isn't the same without our favorite embeds. - Jan
Greg was awesome as a reporter. I saw him on TV seconds after he got hurt. Not only is he a great person, he seems like part of the family because he grew up with my grandchildren in Garden City, NY. He is more special to me because he plays the saxophone, which is my favorite musical instrument. Tell him to ask George and Tim about my famous poundcake! I'm happy Greg is home safe. He did an excellent job. Just call me Granny.
So glad I found this website. I, too, felt like Greg became "part of the family." I, too, am going through withdrawels now. Since he is based out of Atlanta, Fox should give him some kind of show reporting from there. Anything, Fox, just bring him back to us! - Karen
Great Greg Kelly site! Huge fan of Mr. Greg Kelly and FOX News. Keep up the great work. Please post more pics and info on Greg Kelly, the best reporter around. - CC
Why haven't we seen Greg lately? I read somewhere that he might be doing his reserve duty before he comes back to Fox. Hope to see him soon! - Liz
I loved watching Rick and Greg but I miss them both :( Please Fox BRING THEM BACK! - Kirsten
Please let us know when we will see Greg again. I am watching Fox all the time but they aren't showing him at all. Thanks - Lisa
Great website - I miss seeing Greg so much. Where has he been? Fox News is one smart network - they give us 24/7 coverage of Greg and then they take it away! They have us all watching Fox just for a glimpse of Greg now! - sa
Thanks so much for the site! I've been searching for one ever since I saw his reports on Fox, Greg is a true hero to put his life on the line in order to bring accurate information to us! I check the site everyday, Keep up the good work!
Thanks so much for this website. I have been searching all over the web for information on this wonderful reporter!
Thanks again for a great website! - Janet
Wonderful site! Thank you for this awesome tribute to Greg Kelly! - Susan
Hey, I love the pictures of Greg! I haven't found anything else on the web with so much information in one place!
The site rocks - keep up the good work! - Louise
We prayed for Greg the entire time he was in Baghdad - he literally became part of our family! We were always worried about him, hoping that
he would be okay. Thanks so much for putting this tribute together - Greg is a true class act. - Kim
The site is great. I hope Greg gets to see it and is proud of his popularity! He should be - he shows true class. - Megan
I've been searching and searching and had started to think I'd never find a web page for Greg. Your webpage looks great. I love the pictures. There are not nearly enough of him. - Jenny
Great site - no lousy Frontpage templates here - I like it! - Jimmy
Thanks for the tidbits on Greg. There isn't much info on the web about Greg - thanks for bringing us as much as possible! - Lisa
Greg is the best. I can't believe he wasn't "discovered" much sooner. He rocks and we love him - keep us posted on what he's up to for the future! - ghb
I can't believe this site is out there - thank you sooo much! I have missed seeing Greg on Fox - they better get his mug back up the screen because us Kelly fans need our Greg fix! - Jenna
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