BOISE -- The body of an Idaho soldier who was killed in Afghanistan last week arrived in Boise Saturday night. News Channel 7 reports Private First Class Shane Wilson was just 20 years old. He graduated from Kuna High in 2011
33 year old Army Sergeant Chris Workman will be laid to rest in his home town of Rupert today. A public funeral for Workman was held yesterday in Eagle. Workman and three other soldiers died when their helicopter crashed on a humanitarian mission in Afghanistan in April. Workman was a Minico High School graduate.
(AP) - The military has now confirmed that four soldiers killed when a helicopter crashed in Afghanistan last week were based in Hawaii. The Army airmen were: Chief Warrant Officer 2 Nicholas Johnson of San Diego, Calif., Chief Warrant Officer 2 Don Viray of Hawaii, Sgt.
According to an accident investigation report, a fatal helicopter crash at Oahu's Wheeler Army Airfield that killed a Chubbuck solider in 2009 may have been caused by pilot error. The Honolulu Star-Advertiser obtained the report, which says the pilots did not correct airspeed to stay within acceptable safety parameters. The May 2009 crash of the helicopter
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The first of five U.S. soldiers accused of murdering Afghans for sport pleaded guilty in court yesterday but some of his testimony could help another soldier from the group, Private First Class Andrew Holmes of Boise.
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