Saturday Nov 30
Today in Arizona History
On this date in 1883, a fight broke out in the Third District Court in Prescott over water rights litigation.
IHG Army Hotels Portfolio Increases
After adding 18 U.S. Military installations in the first half of 2013 to its total portfolio of over 11,000 guestrooms on 39 installations, IHG, the hotel manager and operator of the $1-billion Privatization of Army Lodging program, continues momentum with several planned ground breakings and openings this year.
U.S. Department of Defense
Reservists, National Guard Members Wait for Training Funds
The Army Reserve and the National Guard say they are on standby to see what happens in Congress, as they wait for the resumption of funding for inactive and active-duty training, or IDT and ADT.
Team of contract killers led by ex-soldier 'Rambo' busted
A sharp-shooting former Army sergeant nicknamed Rambo has been charged with recruiting ex-soldiers as globe-trotting hitmen for drug traffickers in a scheme that prosecutors said could have been "ripped from the pages of a Tom Clancy novel."
Stars and Stripes
Veteran Wants To Be Remembered As Patriot, Good Son
Though his own memory is beginning to fade, he wants others to remember him as an American patriot and a good son.