Fort Carson is honoring two soldiers killed by a roadside bomb in Afghanistan last month.
A 30-year-old Army staff sergeant from Nebraska is being remembered as a devoted family man after his death in Afghanistan.
Two soldiers based at Fort Carson were killed when their vehicle was hit by an improvised explosive device in Afghanistan.
Authorities say a former Fort Carson civilian employee bragged about being a domestic terrorist and threatened to turn the post into “Fort Columbine.”
Fort Carson will welcome home about 225 soldiers who have spent the past nine months in Kuwait.
Fort Carson is set to welcome home about 20 soldiers who have spent the past year in Afghanistan.
Nearly 300 Fort Carson soldiers are back in Colorado, and one just might be happier about that than all the rest.
Fort Carson is honoring two of its soldiers who were killed in one of the deadliest friendly fire incidents in Afghanistan.
Fort Carson is set to welcome home about 250 soldiers who have spent the past nine months serving in Kuwait.
Some Fort Carson troops returned home just in time for Father’s Day.