One hundred soldiers returning from West Africa landed at Joint Base Lewis-McChord and will be held in isolation as part of a 21-day Ebola monitoring program.
A spokesman for the U.S. Army in Alaska says the state is facing a loss of 373 soldiers by late 2015.
Five wounded warriors with a self-described total of four good legs among them are gaining ground in their assault on Alaska’s formidable Mount McKinley, North America’s tallest peak.
The four Army aviators were killed just after 8:00pm on Monday, when two helicopters crashed during training near JBLM. They have now been identified, as investigators continue to look into the cause of the collision.
Friday, November 11, 2011 Today, justice is served for the veterans on this Veterans Day! It’s also 11/11/11! There is weird new polling data out on the Republicon presidential field and I have some justice […]