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Natrell Curtis holds up a jersey during the U.S. Army All-American Bowl selection announcement at Mountain Pointe High School on Tuesday, Oct. 29, 2013. Jalen Brown was also selected for the bowl and head coach Norris Vaughan was selected to be part of the coaching staff.
Desert Vista senior and member of the Academy Drum & Bugle Corp of Tempe, Jeff McCleve entertains the crowd at Corona del Sol High School with his tuba and fellow band members July 20, 2011. McCleve and all the members of the Academy Drum & Bugle Corp are embarking on a cross country three week tour featuring Drum and Bugle Corps across the country. Darryl Webb/AFN
During an award cermony at Desert Vista High School marching band member Jeff McCleve was selected to be a member of the 2012 U.S. Army All-American Marching Band. McCleve will join an elite group of musicians who will perform during halftime of the U.S. Army All-American Bowl at the Alamodome in San Antonio Texas. Nov 22, 2011. Darryl Webb/AFN
President Bush gestures during a news conference in the Indian Treaty Room of the Eisenhower Executive Office Building in Washington, Wednesday.
The local Salvation Army’s emergency pantry provides food boxes to about 400 low-income families per week.
Ahwatukee Foothills resident Trevor Kinkade recently graduated from the U.S. Army Airborne School at Ft. Benning, Ga. Trevor is a 2010 Desert Vista High School graduate. He will be starting his junior year at Arizona State University and will be enrolled in the ROTC program. Kinkade will receive an officer’s commission in the U.S. Army after graduation in 2014.
He has played in front of big crowds before, but his newest honor might lead to his biggest performance yet.
ISLAMABAD, Pakistan — The United States has long suspected that much of the billions of dollars it has sent Pakistan to battle militants has been diverted to the domestic economy and other causes, such as fighting India.
WASHINGTON - The U.S. Army, which has borne much of the weight of the Iraq and Afghanistan wars, would get $130 billion under President Bush's 2008 budget - a sizable increase that would help ease the strain and meet equipment needs.
WASHINGTON - President Bush says the U.S. needs to increase the size of Army and Marines, and says strategy and tactics in Iraq will change to meet the situation on the ground.
MOSUL, Iraq - A U.S. Army reconnaissance helicopter went down near Mosul in northern Iraq on Friday while aiding Iraqi police who came under hostile fire, and its two pilots were seriously injured, military officials said.
HINDIYAH, Iraq -- Fighting street by street, U.S. Army troops punched their way into this town Monday in the closest known battle in the U.S.-led advance on Baghdad. The Americans captured several dozen Iraqis who identified themselves as members of Saddam Hussein's Republican Guard.
BAGHDAD, Iraq - A U.S. military spokesman said Tuesday there had been no word on the fate of a U.S. Army solider reported missing in Baghdad, as troops continued door-to-door searches in the central Karradah district.
The Boeing Co. said Monday it has signed a $276.4 million contract with the U.S. Army to build 18 Apache Longbow combat helicopters to replace machines shot down or damaged in Iraq and elsewhere since the Sept. 11, 2001, terror attacks.
PHOENIX - Pat Tillman, a former NFL player killed while serving as an Army Ranger in Afghanistan, was promoted posthumously from specialist to corporal, an Army spokeswoman said Thursday.
WASHINGTON - The Army appears likely to fall short of its full-year recruiting goal for the first time since 1999, raising longer-term questions about a military embroiled in its first protracted wars since switching to a volunteer force 32 years ago.
Army Sgt. James Witkowski, fallen soldier who Tempe’s American Legion Post 138 will be renamed after on Saturday. The post is hosting the Remembering Our Fallen exhibit dedicated to the fallen soldiers of Arizona who died while on active duty since 9/11. (Photo courtesy Remembering Our Fallen exhibit)
Nationwide toy recalls are now affecting the Salvation Army’s annual Christmas Angel program, said Lt. Col. Don Mowery.
Target shoppers will no longer see the red Salvation Army kettles or hear the telltale clanging of bells this holiday season because of a change in policy prohibiting all fund-raising outside the stores.
The Salvation Army’s Chandler Corps is sponsoring the Adopt-A-Family program during the holidays and is seeking businesses, groups, families or individuals who would like to commit to providing food and presents to a family for the holidays.
The Salvation Army Kettle bell ringers are ringin’; are you listening? The iconic bell ringers have a goal in mind; are you listening?
The Pentagon Winds woodwind quintet is an ensemble of musicians who will perform an outdoor concert at 10 a.m. Tuesday in Sun City Grand, 19753 N. Remington Drive, Surprise.
Chandler’s own Hamilton High School made a name for itself last week at the Ten80 Student Racing Challenge event. The student team posted the fastest time among all 10 schools in the remote control car relay race. The Ten80 Education/U.S. Army event aims to teach students about science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) principles that power seven-time Top Fuel Champion Tony Schumacher’s U.S. Army dragster.