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  • Former Fort Carson soldier a humble Medal of Honor recipient

    Clint Romesha's Medal of Honor jingles with the keys and change in the front pocket of his blue jeans. The ribbon that President Barack Obama hung around his neck two years ago is now wrinkled, but still sky blue. The gilded medal, the nation's highest honor for battlefield valor, is tarnished to a golden brown. Romesha, a former Fort...

  • Congress asked to raise spending cap for Denver VA hospital

    DENVER — Colorado's congressional delegation is asking the House and Senate to raise the spending limit on Denver's new veterans hospital from $800 million to $1.1 billion so the troubled project can be completed. Sen. Michael Bennet, Sen. Cory Gardner and Rep. Mike Coffman introduced legislation Wednesday to raise the cap. The project has...

  • Air Force Academy cites attacks as reason for halting solo hikes, trail rides

    Planning a visit to one of the Air Force Academy’s trails and open spaces? Bring a friend — or don’t go at all. That’s the thrust of a new “buddy system” rule that bars anyone from running, hiking or cycling on academy trails without at least one friend. Violators could be ticketed or banned from the base. The change was announced Friday...

  • Colorado Springs group wants citizens to wear green in support of Fort Carson

    The Colorado Springs Regional Business Alliance hopes to make Feb. 3 look like St. Patrick's Day in Colorado Springs as part of an effort to stave off military cuts. Getting locals to wear green that day is part of a wider effort to impress Army brass who will be in town to hear public comments on cuts for Fort Carson that could eliminate up...

  • Arenacross gives soldiers red-carpet treatment on Military Appreciation Night

    Sporting events, as evidenced over time, can serve as the ultimate short-term distraction from life's troubles. For a handful of retired soldiers from the Army, Saturday's races at the Amsoil Arenacross tour stop at The Broadmoor World Arena proved therapeutic as they continue to endure after the combat zone, even years after their...

  • Air Force cadets gobble up vegetables as academy moves to healthier meals

    The restaurant describes its main course portions in ounces. All 40,000 of them. That's a ton and a quarter of a light lunch, not counting the side dishes and salad. Welcome to Mitchell Hall, the Air Force Academy's legendary dining hall that 60 years into the school's history remains the Defense Department's reigning champion of the...

  • Military awards: Individuals, units earn recognition at Colorado bases

    Schriever airmen 
and civilians Schriever Air Force Base airmen and civilian workers were recognized this month with quarterly awards to note excellence. The top award for junior enlisted airmen went to Senior Airman Matthew Johns. Tech. Sgt. Austin Harris earned top honors among the base's junior sergeants, while Master Sgt. Danielle...

  • Air Force Academy glider squad keeps its place as national champs

    While the Air Force Academy needs a new trophy case to accommodate the team's accomplishments, the coach says the cadets involved are nothing special. "No, sir," Lt. Col. John Neptune said when asked if anything about his national championship glider squad stood out. "It's pretty standard. They are motivated, and they are inspired to fly."...

  • Military Update: Report says crews of former 'spray birds' exposed to Agent Orange residue

    Retired Air Force Reserve Maj. Wes Carter almost didn't travel to Washington, D.C., last week where, to his surprise, he heard an independent panel of scientists verify what he had dogged the Air Force and Department of Veterans Affairs about for nearly four years. The Institute of Medicine said Carter and up to 2,100 other former Reserve air...

  • Calendar: Upcoming Colorado Springs area military events

    THROUGH MARCH 16 USS Colorado (SSN 788) Commissioning Committee Ship's Crest Art Competition - Winner will have artwork displayed throughout the 30-year lifetime of the ship. For information, go to usscolorado
committee.org. WEDNESDAY Air Force Falcons women's basketball vs. San Jose State - 7 p.m., Clune Arena, Air Force Academy. Go...

  • Obama says terror group has killed hostage; others doubtful

    RAMSTEIN AIR BASE, Germany — President Barack Obama is condemning what he calls "the brutal murder" of a Japanese hostage by the Islamic State group. Obama's statement doesn't say how the United States knows that Haruna Yukawa is dead, and the Japanese government is trying to verify an online video that purports to show his death. That...

  • Bomb threat against 2 planes at Atlanta's main airport

    ATLANTA — Police are searching two planes at Atlanta's main airport after authorities received what they described as credible bomb threats. Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport spokesman Reese McCranie said the threats targeted a Delta flight and a Southwest flight that landed safely Saturday. News services are reporting that...

  • 'American Sniper' widow speechless after rifle raffle

    For another weekend, moviegoers will be glued to their seats, watching the grit and turmoil of Chris Kyle, the real-life character portrayed in "American Sniper." But for Kyle's widow, Taya, the blockbuster hit is all too real. Fortunately, she's not alone. Friday, Taya was left searching for words after the nonprofit organization...

  • Air Force Academy will take to the skies Saturday, but don't expect much noise

    Cadet pilots will work overtime this Saturday - and possibly others - to make up for flying time lost to bad weather. A snowstorm that rolled in Wednesday grounded the Air Force Academy's fleet of gliders and single-engine trainers, delaying training that must be completed before the school year wraps up in May. "Additional make-up days may...

  • Friday Military Salute: Fort Carson soldier makes special gate 'delivery'

    A military police officer at Fort Carson had the most unusual special delivery of her life. Pfc. Laryn Rodgers, 19, was just getting off shift from her duties at Gate 20 on Jan. 14 when Sgt. Dominik Marciano, 22, and his 21-year-old wife Lindsay drove up. "Hey my wife is having a baby and do you know how to deliver a baby?" he asked. "Yeah,...

  • Fort Carson soldiers, volunteer to be honored Friday

    Fort Carson is honoring five soldiers for leadership and performance, and an officer's wife for volunteer work. The soldiers will be inducted Friday into the Sergeant Audie Murphy Club, which honors non-commissioned officers for helping with the training and welfare of soldiers and showing concern for soldiers' families. The club is named...

  • Fort Carson welcomes soldiers home from Africa

    Fort Carson welcomed home Thursday 100 soldiers who were dispatched to Africa on a humanitarian mission deployment and Ebola quarantine. After a quick training session, soldiers from the 615th Engineer Company went to Liberia in November to help that country fight an outbreak of the Ebola virus, which has killed nearly 9,000 people in West...

  • 'Sniper' success reveals power of conservative audience; generates off-screen controversy

    NEW YORK — Empty seats were hard to come by at Clint Eastwood's "American Sniper" over the holiday weekend, where the R-rated Iraq War drama — all words seldom attached to "blockbuster" — rolled to the kind of runaway success that makes Hollywood sit up and take notice. The film, which blew away box-office expectations with a superhero-sized...

  • Air Force Academy cadet arrested on suspicion of sexual assault and kidnapping

    ​​An Air Force Academy cadet was arrested by Boulder police Friday on suspicion of sexual assault and kidnapping tied to a Nov. 1 incident. The academy confirmed Monday that a cadet had been arrested but wouldn't release his name. Boulder police identified him as 21-year-old Daniel Ryerson, an academy junior. Police say he's suspected of...

  • Colorado Springs Pearl Harbor survivor to attend State of the Union

    A 101-year-old Pearl Harbor survivor from Colorado Springs will accompany Sen. Michael Bennet to the State of the Union address Tuesday in Washington. Retired Navy Lt. Jim Downing is the oldest known survivor of the Dec. 7, 1941, surprise attack on the American fleet at anchor in Hawaii. "Lt. Downing is a hero who has lived an incredible...

  • Fort Carson wants to hear from Colorado Springs residents

    Fort Carson leaders and Pentagon brass will hold a Colorado Springs meeting Feb. 3 to hear public reaction to a proposal that could cut up to 16,000 soldiers at the post. The 4 p.m. meeting will be at Centennial Hall, 200 S. Cascade Ave., and will allow locals "to provide area leaders and citizens a forum to comment on the factors they...

  • Fort Carson's 2nd Brigade will return when 4th Brigade team makes moniker

    Reports of the death of Fort Carson's 2nd Brigade Combat Team last week were a bit premature, at least on paper. The post did lose a brigade to Army cuts, but it wasn't the 2nd. The real victim, in name only, was the 4th Brigade Combat Team, which will change its moniker to that of its dead 4th Infantry Division cousin. Confused yet?...

  • Doctor lawmaker ready to triage compensation reforms

    As an Army Reserve physician at the combat support hospital on Al-Asad Air Base, Iraq, Joe Heck said in 2008 that he saw "exactly how well joint operations can work." Where the 2nd Marine Expeditionary Force was based, Heck ran the hospital's emergency support section with two full-time Army doctors as Air Force and Navy physicians rotated in...

  • Colorado Springs area military events starting Jan. 18, 2015

    THROUGH MARCH 16 USS Colorado (SSN 788) Commissioning Committee Ship's Crest Art Competition - Winner will have artwork displayed throughout the 30-year lifetime of the ship. For information, go to usscolorado
committee.org. THURSDAY Bundles for Babies - 9 a.m.-
12:30 p.m., Airman and Family Readiness Center, Air Force Academy; 333-3444....

  • Obituary: Army Colonel Tony Koren was behind growth at Fort Carson,

    One of the top military boosters in the Pikes Peak region, credited with spurring growth at Fort Carson, has died. Retired Army Col. Tony Koren, a Vietnam veteran who led the Colorado Defense Mission Coalition and helped region leaders figure out how to accommodate thousands of new soldiers sent here in a 2005 Army restructuring, died of...

  • Friday Military Salute: Tearful reunion after rescue at Monarch Mountain

    Inside Memorial Hospital, an emotional reunion weeks in the making took place Thursday when Ali Watts, 62, greeted senior airman Elliott Cox, 28, like a long-lost friend. Cox came to the rescue Jan. 2 when Watts was in dire need. Watts, a veteran skier, was on a black run at Monarch Mountain testing some new skis. "I saw this very...

  • FBI: Ohio man planned to bomb US Capitol, kill officials

    CINCINNATI — A 20-year-old Ohio man's Twitter posts sympathizing with Islamic terrorists led to an undercover FBI operation and the man's arrest on charges that he plotted to blow up the U.S. Capitol and kill government officials. Christopher Lee Cornell, also known as Raheel Mahrus Ubaydah, told an FBI informant they should "wage jihad," and...

  • Warhorse Brigade leaves Fort Carson

    Fort Carson finalized a cut ordered in 2013 on Wednesday when it officially shut down the post's 2nd Brigade Combat Team. Eliminating the 3,800-soldier unit has taken months, with leaders figuring out what to do with equipment including 72-ton tanks and 4-ounce staplers. "It wasn't glamorous, and it wasn't fun," said Lt. Col. Andrew...

  • Fort Carson formally de-activating one of its brigades

    Fort Carson's 2nd Armored Brigade Combat Team is being formally de-activated, culminating a process announced a year and a half ago. A ceremony is scheduled for 11 a.m. Wednesday at the Mountain Post. The Army said in June 2013 the brigade was among a dozen being de-activated in a restructuring. The loss was partly offset by the addition...

  • Man who threatened to shoot up Fort Carson sentenced to prison

    A disgruntled Fort Carson commissary butcher indicted for making "terroristic threats" against the mountain post was sentenced to 16 months in federal prison Tuesday, according to the U.S. Attorney General's Office in Denver. Douglas Kunz, 55, also was sentenced to three years of supervised release, said Jeffrey Dorschner, spokesman for the...

  • Fort Carson to implement new security rules for visitors

    Visitors to the Pikes Peak region's largest military installation will need to get a pass and a background check starting May 1, the Army said Monday. The new procedures at Fort Carson, part of a Pentagon push to tighten security at military bases worldwide, are similar to those in place at Air Force bases in the region. They're designed to...

  • Key US military command's Twitter, YouTube sites hacked

    WASHINGTON — Hackers claiming to work on behalf of Islamic State militants seized control of the Twitter and YouTube sites of the military's U.S. Central Command on Monday. The Pentagon swiftly suspended the sites and said it appears that no classified material was breached. The hacker group appears to be the same one that is under FBI...

  • Soldier from southern Colorado dies in Texas

    FORT HOOD, Texas -- Fort Hood officials have released the name of a Soldier who died Jan. 8 from an apparent gunshot wound in Killeen, Texas. Bell County Justice of the Peace Garland Potvin pronounced him deceased at 7 p.m. the same day. Cpt. Jonathan Nyle Muniz, 42, whose home of record is listed as Rocky Ford, Colorado, entered active duty...

  • New Fort Carson schedule revised to ease traffic problems

    Fort Carson leaders have tweaked their new schedule in a bid to ease traffic tangles tied to their later start. Starting Monday, soldiers will report to the post a half-hour earlier, at 7:30 a.m., taking the post's 18,000 commuters out of the rush-hour drive. The post last week initiated new winter hours with soldiers arriving at 8 a.m. and...

  • Air Force Academy cadet is a commander at 22

    The new boss of 4,000 airmen in Colorado Springs has a long flight ahead to reach her 30s. Virginia native Sophia Vasiliadis, who commands one of the region's largest military units, isn't even an officer and has months left to complete her college education. "You usually don't get an opportunity to command until way later in your career,"...

  • Contractors work to fix glitch in Air Force Academy's honor tower

    The Air Force Academy's leaning tower of honor was leaning just a bit too much and contractors are working to fix the glass and steel structure atop the new Center for Character and Leadership Development. The building with its 105-foot tower that leans to the North Star represents the biggest architectural addition to the academy in nearly...

  • Deadline nears for nominating military spouses who sacrifice

    The backers of an award program that honors the sacrifices of military spouses say the lives of wives and husbands of troops won't get easier with deployments to Iraq and Afghanistan waning. Nominations are due by Thursday for the Military Spouse of the Year honors sponsored by Military Spouse Magazine. The 8-year-old contest honors the...

  • Colorado Springs area military events starting Jan. 11, 2015

    THROUGH MARCH 1 USS Colorado (SSN 788) Commissioning Committee Ship's Crest Art Competition - Winner will have artwork displayed throughout the 30-year lifetime of the ship. For information, go to usscolorado
committee.org. TUESDAY Troops to Teacher - 11:30 a.m.-
1 p.m., Airman and Family Readiness Center, Air Force Academy; 333-3444....

  • US issues global travel warning after terror attacks

    WASHINGTON — The United States has issued a global travel warning after recent terror attacks in France, Australia and Canada. The alert comes hours after French police killed three hostage-takers in a pair of incidents. Two of the men are believed responsible for Wednesday's attack on a satirical magazine in Paris. Twelve people were killed...

  • Fort Carson's change in PT hours leads to civilian traffic headaches

    A change in hours at Fort Carson has civilian commuters fuming. The 24,000-soldier post this week moved the start to its military work day from the pre-dawn to 8 a.m. Commanders said the seasonal move would address winter road safety concerns and improve troops' physical fitness because their morning workout has been shifted to the afternoon....

  • French hunt for 2 in attack on paper; Paris mourns victims

    PARIS — Scattered gunfire and explosions shook France on Thursday as its frightened yet defiant citizens held a day of mourning for 12 people slain at a Paris newspaper. French police hunted two heavily armed brothers suspected in the massacre, fearing they might strike again. The two suspects — one a former pizza deliveryman who had a prior...

  • Rugged, outdoor experiences brought peace to Fort Carson soldier who died in avalanche, friends say

    A Colorado Springs man who died in an avalanche Wednesday was a soldier and experienced outdoorsman who knew the risks and dangers of life and chose to take them anyway, friends said. Whether serving three combat tours in Iraq and one in Afghanistan or climbing mountains, friends of Christopher Thomas said the 39-year-old embraced challenges....

  • Air Force Academy takes aim at culture, core values with hiring of new athletic director

    Saying it found a man who will "set a culture and climate aligned with our core values," Air Force announced Jim Knowlton as its selection as the academy's athletic director. Knowlton announced his resignation Tuesday morning after seven years as athletic director at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute to replace Hans Mueh, who will retire...

  • Fort Carson troops sent to help fight Ebola making most of time in quarantine

    More than 100 Fort Carson soldiers are taking online classes while they wait out a three-week quarantine that welcomed them back from Liberia, where they spent seven weeks helping locals tackle that nation's Ebola epidemic. The 615th Engineer Company soldiers came home months ahead of schedule because Liberia had more Ebola-fighting resources...

  • 'Active shooter' reported at Texas military hospital

    EL PASO, Texas — The Army is searching for a suspect after an "active shooter" was reported at a West Texas military hospital. Fort Bliss spokesman Gil Telles says an "active shooter" has been confirmed at the William Beaumont Army Medical Center in El Paso. Telles says he has no information on casualties or arrests. However, the entire...

  • New hours for Fort Carson soldiers with winter fully upon us

    An early December Tuesday was like any other winter morning at Fort Carson. Thousands of soldiers shuffled into the pre-dawn darkness, shivering in their gray-and-black sweatsuits. Light calisthenics came at 6:30 a.m. before a frigid jaunt down McGrath Avenue. Platoons of troops resembled locomotives rolling down the street, emitting the...

  • Navy needs entries for USS Colorado submarine's logo contest

    The Navy is looking for a few good artists to design the ship's crest for the new USS Colorado submarine. The commissioning committee is running a contest through March 1 
and asking artists to submit their best work to grace the state's Navy namesake. Construction of the Colorado, a 377-foot Virginia-class nuclear-powered attack submarine,...

  • Book tells story of Fort Carson family's recovery after sons' death

    It may be a best-seller, but to Mark and Carol Graham, it started as a nightmare. The former Fort Carson commander and his bride lost both their sons - one to the war in Iraq and one to the war in his head. "We had so much sorrow," Carol Graham said. "The Invisible Front," a 300-page book by author Yochi Dreazen, is the latest in the...

  • Side Streets: Tale of Colorado Springs POW/MIA widow generates 'overwhelming' response

    Two weeks ago, I told the story of Ann Duffy, whose husband, Thomas Duffy, died April 27, 1972, in Vietnam after the F-4 Phantom he was piloting went down over Da Nang bay. Ann, 80, always wondered about the circumstances of his death. She never knew why his radar/weapons officer had ejected and survived, but Duff, as she calls him, did not....

  • 100 Carson soldiers return to U.S. as military scales back Ebola mission in Africa

    Poor roads, dependable local construction crews and improved Liberian health conditions were among the reasons why 100 Fort Carson soldiers sent to aid in the Ebola crisis returned several months earlier than expected. In mid-November, about 150 soldiers from the 615th Engineer Company headed to Liberia with the expectation of a nine- to...

  • Military Update: Basic Allowance for Housing dips in January

    Basic Allowance for Housing paid to a million service members living off base in the United States will rise by an average half percentage point in January as two slimming changes to rate calculations take hold. The 2015 BAH rates no longer will include added dollars for renters insurance, a move that dampens rates an average of 
1 percent....

  • Military awards: Helicopter crews honored for work during Colorado floods

    4th Combat Aviation Brigade More than 100 soldiers in Fort Carson's 4th Combat Aviation Brigade have been awarded the Humanitarian Service Medal for their work during the 2013 Colorado floods. The September floods were caused by record rains across the Front Range. The helicopters were used to rescue stranded people and deliver supplies to...

  • Military briefs: News on contracts, scholarships and more

    Meeting for potential contract bidders Fort Carson will hold a meeting Jan. 13 at the post for potential bidders on 2015 contracts. The Acquisition Forecast Open House will outline business opportunities expected in the coming year and aims to give small, local businesses a leg up in the process to win them. The 9 a.m. event will be in...

  • Colorado Springs area military events starting Jan. 4, 2015

    THURSDAY Personal Branding - Leveraging Your Competitive Advantage - 8-11 a.m. for spouse, 12:30-5 p.m. for active duty and vets, Airman and Family Readiness Center, Air Force Academy; 333-3444. FRIDAY Smokey Joe's Café - Featuring the Coasters, 7:30 p.m., Arnold Hall, 2308 Cadet Drive, Air Force Academy, $30-$49; 333-4497,...

  • Empty Stocking Fund: YMCA provides warm, safe community for military families

    This is one of a series of stories about the nonprofit agencies that receive money from The Gazette/El Pomar Foundation Empty Stocking Fund campaign that runs through the holidays. Janene Marshall-Gatling went to the YMCA to get her children in swimming lessons, but the agency has become much more for the family. The YMCA of the Pikes Peak...

  • Empty Stocking Fund: Home Front Cares helps family make ends meet

    This is one of a series of stories about the nonprofit agencies that receive money from The Gazette/El Pomar Foundation Empty Stocking Fund campaign that runs through the holidays. Tom's wife suffers from many illnesses, and she must be mindful of the food she consumes. When she was a teenager, she was diagnosed with endometriosis and was...

  • Side Streets: MIA widow grateful to finally know how pilot husband died in Vietnam

    For 42 years, Ann Duffy wondered exactly what happened on April 27, 1972. That was the day her husband, Thomas Duffy, went missing in action in Vietnam after the F-4 Phantom he was piloting went down over Da Nang bay. About all Ann knew was that the radar/weapons officer in the backseat had ejected and survived. But she never knew why...

  • Ski soldier, veterans group founder Earl Clark dies

    DENVER - Earl Ervin Clark, who served in the 10th Mountain Division in World War II and helped found the division's veterans association, has died at age 95. The Denver Post reports (http://tinyurl.com/oxovcwb) Clark died Sunday at his Littleton home. The cause of death wasn't available. Clark was born in Londonderry, Vermont, and learned...

  • Local WWII veteran celebrates 100th birthday

    It has been almost 70 years since Everett Webster was awarded a Bronze Star for valor during World War II, but he still doesn't think he deserved it. Even as Webster celebrated his 100 birthday Sunday, he was adamant about that. "I got the Bronze Star in Germany in 1945," Webster said. "But they kind of varnished it up a bit." Webster's...

  • AFA cadets' work for NASA helps launch careers

    The NASA Orion spacecraft that saw its first orbital test flight this month owes a measure of its success to cadets. Without years of work at the Air Force Academy, what went up might not come down with all its passengers, pieces and parts. "All of that was accomplished in our wind tunnel with cadets," said Tom Yechout, an academy...

  • Fort Carson exploring addition of armed drone unit

    A unit dedicated to operating drones could be stationed at Fort Carson by 2017, according to an Army proposal. Under the plan, 12 Gray Eagle unmanned aerial systems and 128 soldiers would come to Fort Carson as part of a regiment that would belong to the post's combat aviation brigade. The Army is requesting public comment on the proposal,...

  • NORAD 'tracks' Santa from Australia to S. America

    NORAD 'tracks' Santa from Australia to S. America  COLORADO SPRINGS — Volunteers at the North American Aerospace Defense Command are pretending to monitor Santa Claus as he makes his storybook Christmas Eve flight. So far, NORAD says it used the heat signature from Rudolph's nose to "track" St. Nick over spots ranging from Australia to...

  • Fort Carson to tighten visitor entrance restrictions

    Fort Carson is tightening requirements for visitors, and longer waits at entrance gates are expected. The post will start implementing the new requirements on Jan. 5, and they will be fully in place by May 1. Post officials say anyone who doesn't have an identification card from the Defense Department or another federal agency will undergo...

  • Fort Carson soldier accused of assaulting prostitute

    A Fort Carson soldier accused of trying to strangle a prostitute was arrested about two weeks after he went to a Colorado Springs police station to ask if they were investigating him, court records show. Sgt. Nilark Bates, 22, of Augusta, Ga. - a decorated medical laboratory specialist with more than four years of military service - was...

  • Colorado Springs woman recalls days as British codebreaker ahead of film

    Barbara Saks thought her biggest brush with fame at Bletchley Park was befriending the man who would later be the father of Olivia Newton-John. Life at the World War II British code-breaking station was as secretive as it was dull. Saks took pages of numbers, translated them into intelligible letters and handed those off to someone else who...

  • Work resumes on Denver-area VA hospital

    DENVER — Construction has resumed on Denver's new Veterans Affairs hospital after the VA and the project's main builder signed an interim contract. Kiewit-Turner, which is building the hospital in the Denver suburb of Aurora, stopped construction after a board of appeals ruled the VA breached its contract. The U.S. Civilian Board of Contract...

  • Fort Carson's 10th Combat Support Hospital gets new commander

    The new boss of Fort Carson's 10th Combat Support Hospital will rely on old lessons to keep her 370-soldier unit ready for war. Col. Kimberly Aiello took charge of the hospital unit this month from Col. James Andrews, who is moving to a post at the Defense Health Agency. She said a key for the 10th, which provides front-line medical care in...

  • AFA's Wings of Blue parachute team vying for yet another national championship

    As college bowl games hit full swing, Air Force will vie for its 35th national championship. Wings of Blue, the academy's parachute team, on Saturday jumped into the Idaho Potato Bowl - featuring the Falcons - and will also leap into the Dec. 31 Orange Bowl and the Jan. 2 Cactus Bowl. Another group from the team will be in Arizona starting...

  • Colorado Springs area military events starting Dec. 21, 2014

    Monday Air Force Falcons men's basketball vs. Jacksonville State - 7 p.m., Clune Arena, Air Force Academy. Go online for ticket prices: goairforcefalcons.com. ONGOING Navy League Colorado Springs Council Bi-monthly Dinner Meetings - Open to anyone who supports the sea services, USN, USMC, USCG, Merchant Marines. No requirement to have...

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