Eight Ft. Wainwright based soldiers are charged in connection with the death of a fellow Stryker Brigade member.
An Alaska man is one of the fatalities in a helicopter accident that took four lives. Joint Base Lewis-McChord has released the names of the four Army aviators killed when two helicopters crashed during training at the Washington Army base.
Today marks the 10th anniversary of the start of the war in Afghanistan, a mission that has cost nearly 18 hundred American lives, and many struggle to justify. Alaska Congressman Don Young has always opposed the war, he says America cannot win.
A Ft. Wainwright based soldier has died of injuries suffered in an IED. attack in Afghanistan. An Army statement says Specialist Christopher J. Marquis of Tampa Florida was guarding an entry when a vehicle carrying an improvised explosive device blew up.
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Sunday another Fort Wainwright Stryker Brigade soldier was killed during an attack in Afghanistan's Kandahar Province. Specialist Jay Green, age 23, of Sterling, Virginia, was killed and two others were wounded when a dismounted patrol was attacked by an explosive device and small arms fire.
A Fort Wainwright Stryker Brigade soldier was killed by an improvised explosive device in Afghanistan Friday.
A soldier found dead of a gunshot wound at Fort Wainwright early Monday morning has been identified as a 40-year-old mechanic.
The Army made a brief announcement Tuesday that a soldier was found dead in his barracks at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson Monday morning.
Two Fort Wainwright-based soldiers were killed in Afghanistan Sunday. The members of the 1st Stryker Brigade combat team were part of group on foot patrol in the southern part of the country when an improvised explosive device detonated.
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On Wednesday, the Military Police on Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson had a memorial ceremony for four of their number who died on June 4 while training Afghans for patrol duty in Laghman Province.
The identity is also out on that soldier from the 4-25th found dead at his home more than a week ago in Anchorage.
The identities have been released on the four Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson soldiers kill by a roadside bomb Saturday in Afghanistan.
Three Ft. Wainwright-based soldiers, killed by roadside bomb in Afghanistan last month, were memorialized at an on-post ceremony yesterday.
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A Stryker Brigade soldier based out Fort Wainwright has been killed by an improvised explosive device while on patrol in Afghanistan.
A soldier in the 4-25th at Elmendorf-Richardson was found dead in his home Tuesday. No identity or cause of death has been announced yet.
The verdict is guilty for Kip Lynch, the soldier who was accused of shooting and killing his wife and daughter last year in Anchorage. Lynch testified that he had no memory of the incident after shooting himself in the head afterwards.
A soldier based with Fort Richardson in Anchorage is being held captive by the Taliban in Afghanistan. Private Bowe Bergdahl is a 23-year old...