Amid a surge in COVID-19 hospitalizations across Wyoming, Governor Mark Gordon has activated the National Guard to assist health care staff with daily tasks.
ISIS-K was officially founded in January 2015. Within a short period of time, it managed to consolidate territorial control in several rural districts in north and northeast Afghanistan
Flags across Colorado and the nation are being lowered to honor victims of attacks in Afghanistan Thursday.
Nearly 60 years after the PM-2A was installed and the ML-1 project abandoned, the U.S. military is exploring portable land-based nuclear reactors again.
In mid-July 2021, a bipartisan and ideologically diverse group of senators proposed a new bill that, if passed, would dramatically shift the relative amount of power the president and Congress have over U.S. military operations.
United States President Joe Biden vowed Wednesday to remove U.S. troop presence from Afghanistan this year.
The United States Department of Veterans Affairs has released a new app to help prevent suicide.
Tuesday, March 2, Orville Mousel, a very fine, World War II Veteran, will turn 100 years young.
Orville and his wife, Rita, moved to the Kiowa Creek Estates south of Eads several years ago.
I know Orville would enjoy receiving cards. His address is Orville Mousel, PO Box 164, Eads, CO 81036.
Colorado's elected officials applauded the U.S. Department of Defense's investigation into the previous administration's decision to move the U.S. Space Command headquarters from Colorado Springs.
The National Guard is a federally funded reserve force of the U.S. Army or Air Force based in states. These part-time citizen soldiers typically hold civilian jobs but can be activated by state governors or the president to respond to natural disasters, health emergencies or violent protests, or to support military operations overseas.