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Vietnam veterans parade June 13 in Layton

LAYTON — The first ever “Welcome Home Vietnam Veterans Parade” will be held at 9 a.m. June 13 in Layton as part of the city’s...


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New labor agreement impacting nearly 8,000 civilians signed at

HILL AIR FORCE BASE — After nearly two years, a new labor agreement designed to cut away some bureaucracy has been signed at Hill Air Force Base. ...


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Hemp seed products legal, but still a no-no for Hill airmen

HILL AIR FORCE BASE — Hemp seed products are off limits to airmen at Hill Air Force Base and have been for years, but proponents of the products say...


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PTSD a barrier for college degree seekers

OGDEN — Post-traumatic stress disorder can be debilitating under any circumstance, but for someone trying to obtain a college degree, it can make a...


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Hill welcomes Sea Cadet Corps

HILL AIR FORCE BASE — Hill Air Force Base is typically known for what it does in the sky, but a new squadron based there will bring the focus to the...




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F-35 'Lightning' now OK to fly in lightning storms

HILL AIR FORCE BASE — The Air Force says the F-35 can now fly in lightning storms, which seems appropriate, considering the next generation fighter jet...


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Official number of Utah veterans is likely wrong says former VA

OGDEN — Terry Schow says that as long as federal dollars for veterans’ programs are doled out to states based on their veteran population,...


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Ogden veteran pushes for permanent mental health facility

OGDEN — There seems to be little debate that quality mental health counseling can greatly help a soldier transition from combat to civilian life, but one...


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Race against time: State begins World War II history project

OGDEN — It’s been nearly 70 years since the end of the Second World War and with the number of veterans who fought in the conflict on a steady...


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Medal of Honor recipient, hero of Firebase 6, speaks at WSU

OGDEN — The horrors he endured in Vietnam were more than 40 years ago, but Brian Thacker says not a day goes by when he doesn’t think back to that...

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