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Channel 2 NewsJoint Base Elmendord-Richardson officials say a sentencing hearing will be held Monday for a military policeman who has pleaded guilty to charges of attempted espionage. According to a JBER statement Thursday, Army Spc. William Colton Millay, 24,...
For years, Anchorage has tolerated the behavior of chronic street alcoholics. Many give money to the panhandlers, who often use the cash to buy alcohol, which they drink in their camps hidden in the wooded areas around town. But this year, the problems...
Channel 2 NewsThe U.S. military has formally shut down the war in Iraq with a ceremony retiring the flag of U.S. Forces-Iraq on Thursday. Troops lowered the flag and wrapped it in camouflage, formally "casing" it, according to Army tradition. The ceremony was...
More than four years after returning home from Iraq, and later being killed when his car hit a moose, Spc. Steven "Max" Cavanaugh now has a permanent memorial in Alaska.The Dowling Road overpass at milepost 123.7 on the New Seward Highway is now the Spc....
President Barack Obama is declaring an end to the Iraq war -- saying all U.S. troops will be withdrawn by year's end. He spoke at the White House after a private video conference with Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki. Obama said that after nearly...
Channel 2 NewsOne of the longest military conflicts in our nation's history comes to an end when President Obama announced he’s pulling nearly 40,000 US troops from Iraq. “Across America our service men and women will be reunited with their families. Today...
The withdrawal of almost all U.S. Forces in Iraq means that hundreds of Alaska-based military personnel will be coming home. The Fairbanks Daily News-Miner (http://bit.ly/mXTkET) says President Obama's announcement last week will result in the end of the...
Channel 2 NewsA military policeman stationed at Anchorage’s Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson was formally charged with crimes including attempted espionage Monday. Army Spc. William C. Millay had been arrested on Friday, October 28 by Army Counterintelligence...
Visit Sandee Anderson’s classroom during lunch and you’ll find a scene that’s both all-American high school and microcosm of the globe. Teenagers surreptitiously text on their phones, gulp cartons of chocolate milk and pick at trays...
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The Air Force has identified the four men killed in Wednesday's C-17 crash. Majors Michael Freyholtz and Aaron Malone, Capt. Jeffrey Hill and Master Sgt. Thomas Cicardo were killed when the plane went down while practicing for this weekend's air show...
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Associated PressBAGHDAD (AP) — A car bomb exploded as Sunni worshippers were leaving a mosque after evening prayers Tuesday in Baghdad, the deadliest in a string of attacks that killed at least 20 people nationwide in a week of the most sustained sectarian violence...
When Frank White was 23 years old, he was on a ship in the South Pacific, wishing away the torpedoes and kamikazes. "I was the oldest junior officer on the ship," said White, now 93, sitting on his back porch in Wilmette. "It was a young man's war."...
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