An American aid doctor is expected to return to the United States by early next week after he was abducted in Afghanistan and rescued in an operation that left a Navy SEAL dead, officials said Wednesday.
It was almost one year ago when one Fort Carson soldier deployed to Afghanistan for the first time. Now Spc. Juan Santiago has just returned home to his country, his wife and his daughter.
The doctor rescued from the Taliban on Sunday should be back home in Colorado Springs soon.
A court-martial is scheduled to get under way in the death of Army Spc. Brandy Fonteneaux (fon-tah-NO) of Houston, who was found dead in her room at Fort Carson in January.
A welcome home ceremony was held on Saturday for soldiers with the 110th Military Police Company and the 3rd and 4th Brigade Combat Teams, 4th Infantry Division.
Officials with the U.S.-led military coalition say an American doctor abducted by the Taliban has been rescued in eastern Afghanistan.
It’s a 25 year tradition in Colorado, but this year some newer sports are catching on at the Hartford Ski Spectacular in Breckenridge.
More than 280 soldiers from Fort Carson returned home overnight where they were reunited with their family and loved ones.
CBS4 has obtained video of Paula Broadwell making comments in Aspen for the Aspen Institute on July 28 at the Aspen Security Conference. It was simply entitled “Media Panel,” but nobody there had any idea of the story that was to come.
After nearly nine months away from their families, hundreds of Fort Carson soldiers are back home.
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