Canadian Sniper Reportedly Breaks Record For Longest Confirmed KillA Canadian sniper has reportedly broken the world record for longest confirmed kill from a distance of about two miles.
Airman In Viral Family Christmas Photo Returns HomeA deployed airman whose wife found a unique way to include him in the family Christmas photo last year has finally returned home.
Just Back From Iraq, Retired Soldier Wants To Return As JournalistAfter more than three decades as a soldier, Lt. Col. Mitch Utterback is now pursuing a graduate degree in journalism at the University of Colorado at Boulder.
Family Finds Unique Way To Include Deployed Dad In Christmas CardA military family in Colorado Springs found a creative way to include their husband and father in their Christmas card.
Obama Warns Air Force Grads Not To Succumb To IsolationismPresident Barack Obama implored the next generation of U.S. military leaders Thursday not to give in to isolationism or pull back from U.S. leadership in the world.
Obama To Address Air Force Grads Amid Uncertainty On U.S. RolePresident Barack Obama is giving his final commencement speech to U.S. Air Force Academy graduates who are coming of age at a time of fresh global threats.
Obama Awards Medal Of Honor To Army Captain Out Of Fort CarsonAn Army captain out of Fort Carson who shoved a suicide bomber to the ground and away from his security detail became the nation's newest Medal of Honor recipient Thursday.
Army Identifies Fort Carson Soldier Killed In Training CrashThe Army has identified a Fort Carson soldier who died from injuries suffered during a training accident in California.
Fort Carson Welcoming Home Soldiers From IraqFort Carson is welcoming home about 20 soldiers who have been supporting the military intervention against the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria.
Wounded Veteran Gets New Home: 'This Is Too Much'A veteran who was awarded the Purple Heart for his service and his family walked into their new home in Stapleton on Saturday, one that doesn't come with a mortgage.
Air Force: F-16 Pilot From Colorado Didn't Recognize Descent Before CrashAn Air Force investigation says an F-16 pilot who died in a December crash in the Middle East didn't realize he was descending until the last second before impact.
Military Vets Plan To Summit Peak In Memorial Day TributeFour military veterans are aiming to summit North America's tallest mountain on Memorial Day, armed with the names of hundreds of Americans who have died while serving their country.