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SIERRA VISTA — Fort Huachuca, one of seven military installations in the United States that participates in a multi-governmental coalition that partners with private property owners to bolster sustainable land management practices, continues moving forward to achieve wildfire mitigation and …

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SIERRA VISTA — After obtaining a 2010 confidential report on Fort Huachuca’s water usage, the Center For Biological Diversity, Maricopa Audubon Society and the Sierra Club have filed a notice of intent to sue (NOI) in regard to an alleged coverup of water usage which impacted the San Pedro R…

SIERRA VISTA — Fort Huachuca is one of only 10 installations that will be recognized at the Pentagon next week for the partnerships it has fostered with the communities that surround it.

SIERRA VISTA — A group of veterans are envisioning a major revamping of the memorial at Veterans Memorial Park that will incorporate a V-shaped path to honor the four branches of the military, as well as the various veterans’ services that have touched Cochise County.

Perhaps the last place you might expect to see Medal of Honor recipient Drew Dennis Dix on Veterans Day is exactly where he wanted to be.

SIERRA VISTA — The 25th Annual Veterans Day Parade along a portion of Fry Boulevard Monday morning did not disappoint, prompting squeals of delight from the young, rounds of applause from the dozens upon dozens of flag-waving spectators in their folding chairs, and moments of solemn reflecti…

FORT HUACHUCA — A 96 year old who fought in the Battle of Normandy during World War II and a 19 year old who joined the United States Army because he wanted to do something that mattered were honored Wednesday at an annual luncheon for those who have served or serve in the military.

SIERRA VISTA — The Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America (IAVA), a non-profit, has filed an amicus brief on behalf of the conservation groups fighting President Donald Trump’s use of military funding for the border wall.

FORT HUACHUCA — An RQ-7BV2 Shadow unmanned aircraft system (UAS) conducting training flights within Fort Huachuca’s R2303 restricted military airspace experienced an engine failure at approximately 2:40 p.m. today and deployed its emergency parachute at approximately 2:48 p.m. before crashin…

SIERRA VISTA — Sierra Vista has joined the ranks of locations where Gold Star families are “ … surrounded by love and honor,” in the words of Arizona U.S. Sen. Martha McSally.

After 22 years serving his country, Harry Bowen is now helping his fellow veterans in Cochise County. But every now and then, the helpers need some help too. But in this community, assistance for a veteran — or a group that aids vets — is never far away.

FORT HUACHUCA — Non-commissioned officers were the center of attention last week at the United States Army Intelligence Center of Excellence and Fort Huachuca as they were celebrated with everything from an induction ceremony, to a Sumo wrestling competition.

FORT HUACHUCA — On Wednesday morning, almost 40 new sergeants were inducted into the Noncommissioned Officer Corps of the Army at Fort Huachuca. Retired Sgt. Major of the Army Raymond Chandler was in attendance as guest speaker, and after the ceremony led a Leader Professional Development session.

This week is NCO Week on Fort Huachuca, a time set aside on the Army base to honor and recognize the professional leaders of the institution.

The annual Induction Ceremony of the Arizona Veterans Hall of Fame will take place on Friday, October 18th, 2019, from 11:30 a.m. until 2:30 p.m. at the Talking Stick Resort Conference Center, 9800 E. Talking Stick Way, Scottsdale, AZ 85256. Doors open at 11:00 a.m. The Arizona Veterans Hall…

FORT HUACHUCA — U.S. Army Major General Laura Potter quietly became the top soldier at the United States Army Intelligence Center of Excellence and Fort Huachuca, taking the reins from retiring Major General Robert Walters, Jr. during a ceremony early Friday morning.

FORT HUACHUCA — His background is more than impressive and he just retired Friday as the top soldier at Fort Huachuca. But sit down with U.S. Army Maj. Gen. Robert Walters and you soon realize that he is an unassuming, engaging and downright friendly guy.

In a military town like Sierra Vista, interacting with a veteran or service member is a daily experience for many residents, whether at work, in the grocery store, or just talking to a neighbor. And Jim Lewis, an 85-year-old United States Marine Corp veteran, does not let these chance encoun…