Air Force Colonel Faces Court-Martial On Sex Assault ChargesThe Air Force has scheduled an August court-martial for a high-ranking officer charged with rape, assault and adultery.
Air Force Colonel In Colorado Charged With Rape, AssaultMilitary prosecutors have charged an Air Force colonel in Colorado with rape, assault and adultery, according to court documents released Thursday.
Air Force Space Surveillance System Nearing EndAir Force Space Command is telling the 21st Space Wing to prepare to end operations of the aging Air Force Space Surveillance System by Oct. 1 due to budget cuts.
2 Killed In Black Forest Fire Both Worked For The Air ForceEl Paso County Sheriff Terry Maketa said that someone had spoken to the Herklotzes on the phone at about 5 p.m. and heard a popping sound — most likely the fire racing through the thick trees.
Colorado Military Mum On Purported North Korean ThreatMilitary officials aren't commenting on a purported North Korean threat to fire missiles at Colorado Springs, home to a large military presence including U.S. Northern Command, which is responsible for homeland defense.
Air Force Space Command Grounds The Flight SuitThe Air Force Space Command says its men and women who aren't assigned to flying operations can no longer wear flight suits or Air Force leather jackets after Oct. 1.
Colorado Likely To Be Spared From Worst Defense CutsColorado will probably avoid the worst of the defense budget cutbacks in the post-Iraq, post-Afghanistan era because of the bustling military space operations in Colorado Springs and the Denver area.
Peterson General Nominated For 2nd StarA general serving at the Air Force Space Command headquarters at Peterson Air Force Base is in line for a second star.
New Generation GPS Satellite Starts Tests In ColoradoA $5.5 billion upgrade to the Global Positioning System moved a step closer to launch this week when a prototype arrived at a Lockheed Martin complex in Colorado to begin months of tests.
Retired General In Colorado Springs: US Vulnerable To Cyber AttacksThe United States is still "hugely vulnerable" to cyber attacks, but so are most other nations, a former chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff said Monday.