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These photos of a paratrooper caught in high voltage power lines are my worst f’ing nightmare
Police investigating shooting death of airman at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base
The shooting took place in base housing.
Arizona National Guard soldier dies after collapsing during fitness test
"He was a very motivated soldier, and we will miss him"
Army Corps of Engineers awards $1.28 billion Arizona border wall contract to firm favored by Trump
Federal officials awarded a $1.28 billion border wall project in Southern Arizona to a company favored by President Trump, five months after a previous contract led to accusations of improper...
Contractor killed in Kenya attack was a week away from leaving the job
Dustin Harrison's job was to pilot a twin-engine Beechcraft King Air 350 with cameras and sensors for aerial survey.
You can now buy your very own abandoned nuclear missile complex for just $400,000
For 24 years, the complex was home to an armed Titan II ICBM, the largest land missile ever held by the U.S.
These military bases will regularly face blistering 100-degree heat by 2050, study warns
Two military bases in Florida and one in Arizona will see heat indexes over 100 degrees four months out of every year if steps aren't taken to reduce carbon emissions,...
The Air Force is investigating how white phosphorus rockets ended up all over a Tucson road
The Air Force is currently investigating an August incident that saw rockets outfitted with white phosphorus warheads spill out of a military vehicle onto an Tucson roadway, Task & Purpose...
An Arizona man is suing a body-donation company after the Army blew up his mother’s corpse
Jim Stauffer said he donated the body of his mother, Doris Stauffer, to the for-profit Biological Resource Center after she died in hospice care in 2013, hoping that it could...
Army identifies soldier who died in Arizona while deployed to the US-Mexico border
"The loss of any soldier is deeply felt. Private First Class Steven Hodges is sorely missed by his teammates and the entire Tomahawk family."
Troops are withdrawing from the US-Mexico border. Not the Arizona National Guard
While National Guard troops sent to the border are withdrawing in other states, Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey says those here will remain
Someone Threw A Molotov Cocktail At An Arizona Marine Recruiting Office
A Marine Corps recruiting station was targeted by a firebombing spree that has imperiled multiple buildings across Tucson, Arizona this week, … Continued
Iraqi Pilot Killed In Arizona F-16 Fighting Falcon Crash
An Iraqi pilot who was conducting training operations with the Air National Guard’s 162nd Air Wing was killed when his … Continued
Officer Under Fire: ‘I’m Not A Toxic Leader, I’m An Ass Who Expects You To Do Your Job’
Where, precisely, is the fine line between an exacting, razor-sharp leader of soldiers and a complete tool of an officer? … Continued
Navy To Commission New Ship Named After Former Arizona Congresswoman
The survivor of a close-range assassination attempt in 2011, former Arizona Rep. Gabrielle Giffords is as tough as they come, … Continued
Woman Allegedly Shoots Boyfriend In The Junk, Among Numerous Other Places
A Scottsdale, Arizona woman shot her live-in boyfriend in the penis Saturday, according to police. Also six other places, but … Continued
Trump’s VA Pick Is The First Non-Veteran For The Role
For the first time in its history the Department of Veterans Affairs will be headed by a non-veteran. While speaking … Continued
A Former Enlisted Marine Congressman Vows To Stop Mattis
A former Marine and congressman has pledged to oppose a congressional waiver for retired Marine Gen. James Mattis to serve … Continued
The Shrinking Military Budget Is Killing Our Readiness
Years of budget cuts to the military are sending our service members straight to Arizona. No, our airmen aren’t shipping … Continued
We Asked An Expert Why Privates Are So Dumb
In the military, one maxim rings true across generations — privates are stupid. They make dumb decisions, with hilarious consequences. … Continued
To Cut Taxpayer Costs, Commissaries Have To Close, New Report Says
Editor’s Note: This article by Amy Bushatz originally appeared on Military.com, the premier source of information for the military and … Continued