As the U.S. nears President Joe Biden’s August deadline to withdraw troops from Afghanistan, the politics and logistics of getting everyone out of there are complicated and shifting all over the country. Former Juneau resident Heather Barr is keeping an eye on the region.
The totem pole is just the first piece of what will eventually be Huna Veteran’s Memorial Park.
Military officials in Tacoma confirmed the C-17’s presence in Ketchikan was related to a “current mission.”
Sgt. Daniel Perry was stationed at Fort Hood when he shot the protester on July 25, but on Sept. 1 he began a new tour at Fort Wainwright.
Carey Harris Stickford is telling the story of her daughter’s death to highlight what she sees as major lapses in the military’s response.
Beginning June 19, the U.S Army will begin the process to return the remains of 10 Native students buried at the Carlisle school.
There are no Space Force personnel at Clear. Officials say for now Air Force military and civilian personnel will continue to operate the installation.
A Defense Department spokesman said three cities are under consideration for housing the Ted Stevens Center: Anchorage, Colorado Springs and Washington, D.C.
For years, a small American flag was all that marked the grave of George Fox. Now, his resting place will finally be recognized.
The contract was for $10,000 of toxic clams — closer to $100,000 today — to be shipped to the East Coast.