A recent article in a magazine published by Al Qaeda suggests the Air Force Academy as a possible target for future attacks.
About 150 Fort Carson soldiers were welcomed home at the Mountain Post early Saturday morning.
A Colorado Marine killed in a crash in central Utah last week was on his way home to surprise his little brother on the first day of school.
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Perhaps the most noticeable aspect of the police response to rioting in Ferguson, Missouri, is the use of military-grade equipment.
Fort Carson is honoring two soldiers killed last month by a roadside bomb in Afghanistan.
The Catholic archbishop of Denver and other religious leaders in the city are asking President Obama to stop Iraqi militants threatening Christians in Iraq.
Jesse Cunard didn't have any doubts.
The Air Force Academy's superintendent has ordered an investigation into the academy's athletics program in response to a newspaper's questions about player misconduct.
New York and 12 other states have settled an investigation into improper lending with a court agreement to shut down the company and expected to provide $92 million in debt relief for 17,800 U.S. military personnel.
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Former prisoners of war are honored for their service at the Air Force Academy Friday night.
Paul Kari, then an Air Force captain, wasn't supposed to fly into enemy territory on Father's Day in 1965.
This week the YMCA Camp Shady Brook in Deckers was transformed to a camp for a unique group of visitors.
They say a picture is worth 1,000 words. For photographer Stacy Pearsall, each one of her pictures shares the story of a veteran -- stories that have often been forgotten or overlooked.
An 8-year-old Fountain Girl Scout is using her cookie-selling prowess for good.
Rosie the Riveter is one of the most iconic images of World War II, representing women who went to work in U.S. factories, while the men were overseas at war.
His military unit went down in history and he's the only one left to tell the story.
A member of the Air Force Academy's first graduating class, who rose to the highest level of the Air Force.
Even as a little kid, all Justin Bryant wanted to do was join the military. He looked up to his father's long military career and figured he would do the same.
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