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Hagel: Cuts Have Begun To Hurt Military Readiness

Mandatory budget cuts have begun to hurt military readiness, but the armed forces will continue to do their job, Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel said Friday.


Missile Commanders Lt. (L) and Lt. Col. Ken Reed confirm a launch warning over the phone during a practice drill at the North America Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) Cheyenne Mountain Complex in November 1999.  (credit: MARK LEFFINGWELL/AFP/Getty Images)

NORAD Observes 55th Anniversary

The North American Aerospace Defense Command is celebrating its 55th anniversary.


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Office Supplies In 5 Suspicious Packages At NORAD

Authorities say five suspicious packages that caused a lockdown at the home of NORAD and U.S. Northern Command were routine office supplies.


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Firefighters Contain Wildfire At Fort Carson

Firefighters are battling a wildfire at Fort Carson.


Lt. Gen. Susan Helms, 14th Air Force commander, (center) cuts a ribbon commemorating the completion of a $2.9 million renovation at the JFCC SPACE Missile Warning Center, Aug. 5, 2011, at Cheyenne Mountain Air Force Station. Navy Capt. David Kiehl, MWC director (right), Navy Senior Chief Phil Fix, MWC senior enlisted advisor (second from left), and Col. Joe Turk (left), 721st Mission Support Group commander, assist Helms during the ceremony. (U.S. Air Force photo/Craig Denton)

Military’s Cheyenne Mountain Bunker Gets A Facelift

A Cold War-era bunker deep inside a Colorado mountain has lost its most famous tenant, the North American Aerospace Defense Command’s command center, but it’s still home to some key national defense units.


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9 Colorado High Schools Make ‘Newsweek’s’ Best List

“Newsweek” has come out with its annual list of top high schools and nine Colorado schools made the list.


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