Closing arguments are underway in the military trial of a Fort Carson soldier charged with murder and assault in the death of his soldier-girlfriend during a Valentine’s Day quarrel in 2013.
The Army has delayed a hearing to decide whether an infantryman based in Colorado should face a court-martial on charges of shooting another soldier to death when they were deployed in Jordan.
A Fort Carson soldier has been charged with murder in the shooting death of a 19-year-old comrade while they were deployed to Jordan in May, the Army said Tuesday.
A group of 160 Fort Carson soldiers deployed to West Africa Monday morning to help with the Ebola outbreak.
A Fort Carson soldier faces a military trial on charges of murder and assault in the death of his soldier-girlfriend during a Valentine’s Day quarrel in 2013.
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.
On Thursday Fort Carson will train about 160 military engineers in advance of their the company’s deployment to West Africa to fight the spread of Ebola.
A teenager convicted of killing a Fort Carson soldier and his pregnant wife was sentenced Wednesday to life in prison.
A soldier lockdown continued at Fort Carson on Sunday. The lockdown involved about 500 soldiers from the 1st Battalion, 66th Armor Regiment “Iron Knights.”