Justice Department Honors Undercover Gun, Drug Investigation With Project Safe
A jointly run undercover investigation that led to dozens of arrests in the Washington area and the seizure of 123 firearms and $1.5 million in narcotics was honored by the Department of Justice today as one of 24 national recipients of the annual Project Safe Neighborhoods Achievement Awards.
Brothers Serve Together in Afghanistan
Two brothers from Atmore, Ala., who wear different uniforms have found themselves not only deployed to Afghanistan at the same time, but also assigned to the same location at this sprawling air base. Army Sgt. 1st Class Dempsey Walker is a supply support activity platoon sergeant with Company A, Task Force Workhorse, 3rd Combat Aviation Brigade, Task Force Falcon.
The USO to Carry Out “Operation Thriller” on U.S. Troops Stationed in Persian Gulf
Five of Today’s Most Celebrated Thriller Writers to Embark on Week-Long USO Tour to Combat Zone in Fall 2010.
Afghan, Coalition Forces Continue Operations
Afghan and international security forces killed or detained numerous enemy fighters and seized illegal drugs and weapons in recent operations in Afghanistan, military officials reported.
Guard members respond to brush fires in California
Two Modular Airborne Fire Fighting Systems 2 aircraft from the California Air National Guard's 146th Airlift Wing at Channel Island ANG Station, Calif., responded to a fire July 15 in Riverside County, Calif.
ACC hosts MWD training seminar at Langley
Military working dogs and their handlers from across Air Combat Command assembled here June 28 through July 2 for the first military working dog training seminar.
Seven WWII Airmen buried at Arlington National Cemetery
The remains of seven Airmen missing in action from World War II were buried July 15 at Arlington National Cemetery with full military honors.