April is the “Month of the Military Child,” and Great Falls Public Schools (GFPS) is celebrating with “Purple Up Day.”
The Montana National Guard is advising veterans and those who served in the military to be cautious about companies charging former military personnel for their records.
Littrell expressed his passion for helping veterans because of his past. Since the story broke, numerous emails and messages have been sent to MTN questioning Littrell’s enlistment.
Community members said the old monument had been deteriorating for years, so they created a committee to make plans for an improved one, with room to include more recent servicemembers.
Connie Walter, the Angels In Camo facilitator, said this year the program is helping out 39 families.
Great Falls is being considered as a potential location for a new squadron at the Montana Air National Guard.
The First Special Service Force, an elite unit created to handle specialized, dangerous missions during World War II, was trained at Fort Harrison in Helena.
Colonel Malmstrom died in a T-33 aircraft crash on August 21, 1954, about one mile west of the Great Falls Airport.
The medal for Sergeant Robert M. Johnson was found in the trash by a man looking for scrap metal.
The Purple Heart is a medal awarded to service men and women who are wounded or killed in service.
Volunteers, current participants, and graduates of the Veterans Treatment Court came together to celebrate the success of the program.
“Fortner was relieved of command due to a loss of trust and confidence”
Giant Springs Elementary honored Veterans Day with the help of Spectrum/Charter and the History Channe
“Thunder Under The Big Sky,” a documentary about the history of the military in Montana, will air on KRTV on Saturday, November 10th.
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