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Colorado Springs Soldier Killed In Action

Updated: 05/04/2009 - Three Americans and two other international troops were killed on Friday in Afghanistan. One of the men killed was 21-year-old SGT James Pirtle. Pirtle was born and raised in Colorado Springs, graduating from Globe Charter School in 2006.

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Another $37M in Stimulus Funds Head To Fort Carson

Posted: 04/28/2009 - The military said Tuesday the new round of spending is for construction and repair projects including electrical lines, sewers, streets, parking lots, heating and air conditioning systems and other projects.

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Fort Carson Unit Given Top Honor

Posted: 04/23/2009 - The unit received the Forces Command Eagle Award and the Brigade General J.P. Holland Award for the Best Military Police Company in the Army for 2008.

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Obama Thanks CIA For Work Against America's Foes

Posted: 04/20/2009 - President Barack Obama is telling CIA employees that they must do their work scrupulously because they are standing as a security barrier for Americans who face attack from people who have no scruples.

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Fort Carson Commander Headed For Georgia Post

Updated: 04/20/2009 - Fort Carson commander Maj. Gen. Mark A. Graham has been reassigned as a deputy chief of staff for the Army Forces Command at Fort McPherson, Ga

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No Charges Against CIA Officials For Waterboarding

Posted: 04/16/2009 - The Obama administration is telling CIA officials who used waterboarding and other harsh interrogation tactics on terror suspects that they won't be prosecuted by the Justice Department.

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Military College Applications Way Up

Updated: 04/16/2009 - Branches of the military are reporting a 10-50 percent increase in applications at military colleges this year.

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Army Officials Say War Concussions Overdiagnosed

Posted: 04/15/2009 - It's a problem that had been considered under-recognized. But now, an Army doctor and two other officials think those injuries are being over-diagnosed, because the government is using soft criteria instead of hard medical evidence.

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Sullenberger Honored At Air Force Academy

Updated: 04/15/2009 - The U.S. Airways pilot who heroically landed a charter plane in the Hudson River in January, saving the lives of 150 people on board, returns to his alma mater, the Air Force Academy, Wednesday and Thursday.

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Soldiers' Remains Brought Home To U.S. Soil

Updated: 04/13/2009 - The remains of five Fort Carson soldiers killed in Iraq Friday are now back on American soil. Their bodies were taken off a plane at Dover Air Force Base in Delaware.

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Pinon Canyon Bill To Save Land Passes House

Posted: 04/08/2009 - The Pinon Canyon Landowner and School Protection Act would protect landowners from the federal government plans to take southeastern Colorado ranches, as part of the Pinon Canyon expansion.

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Fort Carson Could Lose Expected New Brigade

Updated: 04/08/2009 - Defense Secretary Robert Gates said Monday he would block the creation of three Army brigades, one of which was planned for creation at Fort Carson by 2013.

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Media Allowed To Cover Second Casualty Return

Posted: 04/07/2009 - For the second time in three days, the media have been granted permission to cover the return of a combat casualty from overseas to Dover Air Force Base.

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