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  • Christopher Newport season: remarkable comeback, then rough finish

    Nothing much came easy for Christopher Newport this season, not even the plane ride back from a first-round playoff loss to Mary Hardin-Baylor. As the Captains were leaving Fort Hood Regional Airport on a charter flight after a losing 59-7 to the...
  • Monroe's Gen. Dempsey heads to top Army job in D.C.

    Monroe's Gen. Dempsey heads to top Army job in D.C.
    — Gen. Martin E. Dempsey can sound like a high-tech entrepreneur instead of the incoming senior officer of the U.S. Army. In a speech Monday, he drew words of wisdom from the innovative leaders of Google: Never settle. Chatting later with...
  • New Orleans Soldier Dies in Iraq

    New Orleans Soldier Dies in Iraq
    The Department of Defense says Staff Sergeant Quadi S. Hudgins, 26, of New Orleans, died Saturday in Iraq. SSG Hudgins was one of two soldiers killed when "enemy forces attacked their position with indirect fire" in Babil, Iraq according to a statement...
  • Department Of Defense Says Chesterfield Soldier Was Killed In Iraq

    Department Of Defense Says Chesterfield Soldier Was Killed In Iraq
    The U.S. Department of Defense on Sunday announced the death of a Michigan soldier who was supporting Operation New Dawn in Iraq. The Department of Defense said that Pfc. Robert M. Friese, 21, of Chesterfield, Mich., died Friday in Al Qadisiyah province,...
  • Timing Devastates Family of Soldier Killed in Iraq

    Timing Devastates Family of Soldier Killed in Iraq
    A Sacramento soldier who was killed in Iraq was scheduled to come home that very day, but his deployment was postponed for one week. It's a tough loss for family members, who say 43-year-old Specialist Martin Lamar was a family man and all-around great...
  • Army: No Foul Play in Death of Captain Who Collapsed During Skype Chat

    Army: No Foul Play in Death of Captain Who Collapsed During Skype Chat
    Military investigators said Monday that they do not suspect foul play in the death of an Army captain who suddenly collapsed during a video chat with his wife. Capt. Bruce Kevin Clark, 43, was using the video chatting service Skype to speak with his...
  • Army Helicopter Accidentally Drops Training Missile Over Texas Town

    Army Helicopter Accidentally Drops Training Missile Over Texas Town
    KILLEEN, Texas -- An Army helicopter accidentally dropped a six foot inactive missile near Fort Hood, forcing the evacuation of nearly 100 homes in the community of Killeen. Witness told police they saw an object falling from an AH-64 attack helicopter...
  • Missile falls off military helicopter into family's yard

    What would you do if a missile landed in your backyard? Well, you might round up the family and head to the fall-out shelter. Some folks in Killeen, Texas, knew they were not under nuclear attack, but they were kinda curious about a training missile...
  • Home for Christmas

    Home for Christmas
    It's a very happy holiday for hundreds of soldiers who spent last Christmas in Iraq. More than 300 men and women were reunited with their families at Fort Hood, Texas this Christmas Eve. The soldiers all serve in the Army's First Cavalry Third Bridage...
  • Fort Bragg soldier shoots, kills commanding officer

    Fort Bragg soldier shoots, kills commanding officer
    More unfriendly fire at aU.S. Armybase. Military officials at Fort Bragg, North Carolina, say an Army Specialist shot and killed his superior officer before turning the gun on himself. Officials say the Specialist walked up to a Lieutenant Colonel...
  • Trust our Troops: Texas Senator wants expedited airport security for service men, women and their families

    Trust our Troops: Texas Senator wants expedited airport security for service men, women and their families
    Travelers have experienced the hassles of airport security screening and troops are not immune. "The only difference is that I don't have to take off my boots," Private William Dodd, who was getting on a flight at DFW Airport headed for training in...