Military

Best way to get to the 2018 Warriors Over the Wasatch air show? FrontRunner

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With nearly 500,000 people expected at Hill Air Force Base this weekend for the air show, officials...

Military

Hill AFB air show guide 2018: What to know about Warriors Over the Wasatch

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Come early and come prepared is the best way to enjoy the 2018 Warriors Over the Wasatch air show, show organizers say. Here’s a guide to help you out. 


Local

Best way to get to the 2018 Warriors Over the Wasatch air show? FrontRunner

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With nearly 500,000 people expected at Hill Air Force Base this weekend for the air show, officials are urging travelers to use public transportation.


Police & Fire

FBI says accused spy from Syracuse made escape plans, warned of Chinese

Accused spy Syracuse home

“He seems like a nice guy,” Syracuse neighbor says of accused spy Ron Rockwell Hansen.


Local

Massive Layton Vietnam Memorial to open in July

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After nearly a half-decade of effort, Layton’s Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall will be dedicated in a little more than a month.


Local

New Thunderbird F-16 on display at Hill Aerospace Museum

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Robb Alexander, executive director of the Aerospace Heritage Foundation of Utah, said the museum recently acquired a new F-16A Fighting Falcon — to be displayed at the east end of the facility’s fighter gallery, alongside two other F-16s.


Military

Sounds of Freedom event in Layton honors military veterans and their families

Sounds of Freedom 2018

Two-day event features car show, outdoor movie, music, flag ceremony and more.


Police & Fire

FBI: China wanted info on U.S. war plans from alleged spy from Syracuse

Defense Intelligence Agency

The FBI says an alleged spy from Syracuse gave Chinese intelligence officials details on Utah congressmen, Army cyber-warfare and military intelligence.


Local

Free summer program at Hill AFB museum aims to keep Utah kids sharp on STEM

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This week, the museum began its STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) Summer Passport program — a 12-week crash course in subjects like electricity, chemistry, astronomy, weather, magnetics, flight and more.


National

D-Day still touches nerve with many Americans

D-Day Barricade

Sitting in the choppy waters of the English Channel the day before D-Day, 19-year-old Private James R. Lambeth wondered what would happen on the beaches of Normandy. “We had no idea what we were getting into,” recalled Lambeth. “I’d never seen combat before, and had no idea...


Local

'Not just a dog, but a veteran': Family, community honor canine hero

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Balto was a bomb-sniffing dog who spent his career working with military troops in Afghanistan, clearing the countryside of improvised explosive devices left by a Taliban bent on indiscriminate death and destruction.


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