After co-writing the bestselling 1943 work Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo, Considine collaborated with
After studying at George Washington University, he worked for the Washington Herald as a sports reporter, a features writer, and a theater reviewer.
During the World War II years, he became an International News Service correspondent.
He was born and raised in Washington, D.C.; he later settled in Westchester County, New York.
He and author Ted W. Lawson co-wrote Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo, a non-fiction work that focuses on a famous World War II air raid led by Lieutenant Colonel James Doolittle.