Military Archive

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Freshman Utah Senator Mike Lee isn’t aggressively calling for U.S. troops to be withdrawn from Afghanistan, like Congressman Jason Chaffetz, but the

Chaffetz: Bin Laden’s Death Shows Need for Intelligence, Not 100,000 Troops on Ground

With the death of the world’s most wanted terrorist, one Utah congressman is again calling on the U.S. to re-evaluate its military

Salt Lake Residents Say War on Terror Not Over

For many in Utah and around the world, the killing of Al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden has been a long time

Workers at Same Office Become Ill — Just a Coincidence?

At least nine people who worked at the Utah National Guard’s Joint Language Training Center in Ogden have fallen ill or died

Matheson Hopes to Stop Military Funeral Protests

The Westboro Baptist Church has drawn plenty of attention around the country and even right here in Utah protesting at funerals of

Lee: I’m Basically an Absolute “No” on Debt Ceiling Hike

While a government shutdown has been averted, another major consequential vote is on the horizon: whether or not to raise the federal

Politics Up Close: Chaffetz on Libya, Federal Budget

Utah Congressman Jason Chaffetz is one of the leading voices against President Obama’s decision to intervene in Libya. We talked with the

Politics Up Close: The North Korean Threat

Bruce Bechtol is author of Defiant Failed State: The North Korean Threat to International Security. He was in Salt Lake City