Biden At AFA Graduation: Changing World Needs New Officer SkillsThe military's newest officers need to be strategic thinkers as well as warfighters because the U.S. will have to choose carefully when deciding whether to act alone in the world or build coalitions, Vice President Joe Biden told Air Force Academy graduates.
Air Force Academy Begins Another Cheating ProbeThe Air Force Academy in Colorado was investigating whether 40 freshman cadets cheated in a chemistry class by copying portions of a lab assignment.
Foundation Helping With Vet Death Benefits Has Ties To DenverThe Fisher House Foundation has agreed to make payments from its own funds to help families of fallen soldiers who lost death benefits because of the government shutdown, and the foundation has ties to Denver.
Civilian Military Workers Back On The Job In ColoradoOver 3,000 civilian military workers are back on the job in Colorado.
Hagel: Cuts Have Begun To Hurt Military ReadinessMandatory budget cuts have begun to hurt military readiness, but the armed forces will continue to do their job, Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel said Friday.
Defense Secretary Visiting Colorado Military SitesDefense Secretary Chuck Hagel has arrived in Colorado Springs to visit military installations.
Fort Carson Losing Large Combat Brigade But Still GrowingFort 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.
Pinon Canyon Vote Has Colorado Watching Defense NomineeA Colorado lawmaker says he's worried that President Barack Obama's nominee for defense secretary might revive plans to expand a southeast Colorado Army training site.