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Event to remember the thousands killed in Pearl Harbor attack

OGDEN — An annual event remembering the 2,403 service members and civilians killed during the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor 81 years ago will be held Wednesday, National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day, in Lorin Farr Park along the banks of the Ogden River. In a combined effort to ...

Utah Air National Guard airman from Roy dies during Guam deployment

DRAPER — A Utah Air National Guard airman from Roy died this week while deployed to Guam after some sort of medical emergency, the Draper-based Utah National Guard said in a statement on Thursday. Tech. Sgt. Burton Patrick Juengel was on a routine deployment to the U.S. territory in the ...

Air Force, University of Utah enter into 5-year joint research partnership

Engineering students at the University of Utah now have the opportunity to collaborate with top minds of the U.S. Air Force in conducting research projects via a new partnership between the Salt Lake City institution and military branch. The partnership was birthed through the efforts of ...

Farr West honoring veterans and their families with ‘low-key’ ceremony

FARR WEST — In honor of Veterans Day this Friday, Farr West City will be holding a flag-raising ceremony at the Smith Family Park veteran plaza located at 2500 W. 4000 North. Members of the Fremont High School band will be performing during the ceremony, scheduled to begin at 11 a.m. West ...

The Major, flag meant to honor veterans, is flying again in Coldwater Canyon

NORTH OGDEN — With Veteran's Day and the anniversary of Maj. Brent Taylor's death in Afghanistan looming, The Major has returned to the mouth of Coldwater Canyon. "It's back up," Jennie Taylor, Brent Taylor's widow, said Monday. A contingent of around 150 people, 50 or so of them hauling ...

Hill AFB flying operations resume in wake of crash

HILL AIR FORCE BASE — Following last week's crash of an F-35A at Hill Air Force Base, flying has resumed at the facility. Flying operations at Hill had been halted after the Oct. 19 crash, in part to give officials time to gather all the debris from the accident, which occurrred at the end ...

Air Force reps probing crash of F-35A; pilot suffered ‘minor scrapes’

HILL AIR FORCE BASE — The pilot involved in the crash of an F-35A Lightning II at Hill Air Force Base is fine and U.S. Air Force officials have launched a probe to determine exactly what happened, officials said Thursday. "We’re still looking into the cause of the incident and we won't ...

F-35 crashes into Hill AFB runway; pilot taken for medical observation

HILL AIR FORCE BASE — An F-35 pilot ejected in the air Wednesday evening before their aircraft crashed on the north end of the runway. According to Micah Garbarino, with the 388th Fighter Wing Public Affairs office, the pilot ejected before the crash. After a brief search, the pilot was ...