Fort Carson Army Post
About 100 Fort Carson soldiers deployed to West Africa in November to help build treatment facilities to house Ebola patients and caretakers are back home with their families now that their quarantine period has wrapped up.
Some Fort Carson soldiers are preparing to deploy to West Africa to help with the Ebola outbreak.
A group of soldiers at Fort Carson are being trained on how to use protective equipment as they prepare to deploy to West Africa to help with the Ebola outbreak.
Hundreds of Fort Carson soldiers returned home to families and friends on Saturday night.
Twelve soldiers were injured, one critically, after lightning struck near them during a training exercise at Fort Carson, a base spokesman said Thursday.
Several Fort Carson soldiers are being investigated in a sexual misconduct case. The allegations involve minors and as many as seven soldiers.
Chatfield State Park south of Denver is hosting water-based training for Fort Carson-based soldiers Wednesday.
The U.S. military is investigating how a Facebook friend passed on the news of a soldier’s death before the Department of Defense had a chance to.
Residents in the Fort Carson area can expect to see and hear more helicopters when Army aviators from Fort Campbell, Ky., conduct high-altitude training in Colorado this spring.
Twenty soldiers and Air Force personnel from Fort Carson and Peterson Air Force Base will spend a weekend camping, snowshoeing, skiing and fishing during an outing intended to help ease their transition back to civilian life.