Military Archive

Governor: Utah’s History Forever Scarred by Topaz Interment

Utah’s Japanese-American veterans who fought in World War II were honored at the State Capitol this morning. Governor Gary Herbert got emotional

CityViews 11/10/11: Veterans and Jobs

            Segment 1: Unemployment for veterans is well above the national average, but Utah business, government and

North Ogden City Councilman Prepares for Third Deployment

When North Ogden City Councilman Brent Taylor isn’t serving his city, he’s serving his country. This weekend, Taylor will deploy overseas for

Hill Air Force Base Warned of Serious Violations by OSHA

Federal safety inspectors have notified Hill Air Force Base of 32 serious violations of safety and health standards. And the Occupational Safety

Former CIA Director Speaks in Utah, Says U.S. Should Keep Some Troops in Middle East

The former director of the CIA made a stop at the Utah State Capitol yesterday afternoon, to talk with Utah’s national security

Herbert Meets with Utah Troops in Iraq

Utah Governor Gary Herbert is in the Middle East, where he met with troops in Iraq yesterday. He says he wanted to

Quilt Remembers Fallen Soldiers

A quilt embroidered with the picture of a fallen soldier from every state who fought in the Iraq and Afghanistan wars is

Change in Letters of Condolence Policy Welcomed in Utah

The families of soldiers who commit suicide while on combat duty or die accidentally will now get a letter of condolence from

Politics Up Close: Libya Native Witnessed Revolution

Dr. Hussein Elkhafaifi is a native of Libya and witnessed this year’s uprising against Muammar Gaddafi. The Director of the Arabic Program

Lee: Focus on Counterrorism in Afghanistan, Draw Down Troops

Freshman Utah Senator Mike Lee isn’t aggressively calling for U.S. troops to be withdrawn from Afghanistan, like Congressman Jason Chaffetz, but the