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Chief Warrant Officer David Carter (credit: CBS)

Colorado Army Guard Honors Fallen Pilot

The Army National Guard is dedicating its Denver-area aviation center to the memory of an Army helicopter pilot from Colorado who was killed in Afghanistan.

08/06/2013

Spc. Rob L. Nichols (U.S. Army)

Flags Lowered For Colorado Soldier

Flags are flying at half-staff Saturday in honor of a 24-year-old from Colorado Springs who was killed in Afghanistan.

08/03/2013

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Colorado Springs Soldier Among 3 Killed In Afghanistan

The Defense Department says a 24-year-old from Colorado Springs is among three soldiers killed in Afghanistan.

07/25/2013

The United States Air Force Academy (Photo by: AFP/Getty Images)

Air Force Academy Spending Off $177M In Fiscal ’12

Air Force Academy spending plunged by 21.1 percent in 2012 as the military scaled back across all branches.

07/16/2013

Misha (credit: Denver Zoo)

Snow Leopard Cub Meets Public For First Time At Denver Zoo

The Denver Zoo is now showing off a new snow leopard cub to the public.

07/03/2013

Fort Carson (credit: John Moore/Getty Images)

Fort Carson Losing Large Combat Brigade But Still Growing

Fort Carson is losing one of its large combat units as the Army downsizes, but the post should still have about 1,800 more soldiers by 2019 as part of a larger reorganization, Rep. Doug Lamborn said Tuesday.

06/25/2013

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Fort Carson To Remember 3 Killed In Afghanistan

A memorial service is planned at Fort Carson for three soldiers killed in an attack on the Bagram Air Base in Afghanistan.

06/25/2013

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Veteran’s Service Dog Turned Over To Authorities In Montrose

Dutch the service dog is back in custody as its owner mounts a legal fight to keep him.

06/25/2013

Staff Sgt. Joe A. Nunez-`Rodriguez (credit: freedomremembered.com)

Fort Carson Soldier Killed In Afghanistan

The Pentagon says a 29-year-old Fort Carson soldier died after his vehicle hit an improvised explosive device in Afghanistan.

06/01/2013

Tory viewing her wedding over Skype (credit: CBS)

Colorado Soldier Ties The Knot With Fiance Over Skype From Panama

A Colorado soldier stationed in Panama and getting ready to head to Afghanistan wanted to marry his long-time girlfriend, only they were thousands of miles apart, but his soldier buddies didn’t let that deter him.

05/30/2013

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