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Judge halts some military spending on border wall

The ruling applies to $3.6 billion diverted from military construction projects to pay for 175 miles of border wall.

What’s the military’s economic impact in Arizona?

A 2017 study from the Maguire Company measured the military's economic output.

Community group advocates for Fort Huachuca’s future

The Fort Huachuca 50 formed in response to the Pentagon's 1988 Base Realignment and Closure.

Amid criticism of military housing, Fort Huachuca stands apart

Members of one family living on the post shared their experiences.

Training the next generation of intelligence soldiers

Lorraine Rivera profiles Fort Huachuca's largest training battalion.

Fort Huachuca commander on the post’s mission

Maj. Gen. Laura Potter is the second woman to lead the military installation.

Fort Huachuca and the military’s economic impact

Arizona 360 hears from post leaders and explores the significance of Arizona's military industry.

Conservation groups challenge U.S. Army, USFWS over harm to San Pedro River

Conservationists say Fort Huachuca covered up an internal report on its groundwater pumping effects.

Raytheon Missile Systems president discusses growth and priorities in Tucson

Plus, young employees share what it's like to work at the company.

Study: Arizona military base will be hardest hit by climate change

Bases in the state could see an increasing number of dangerously hot days, the study says.

McSally defends Huachuca money going to border wall

The U.S. senator from Arizona says $30 million will be replaced in a future budget.

Grijalva and others push for transparency on border military deployment

34 members of Congress are urging the Department of Defense to investigate President Trump’s use of military troops on the border.

Fort Huachuca loses funding due to border wall redirect

The loss of money comes despite earlier assurances it was safe.

A-10 goes head-to-head with newer fighter jet

The tests of the A-10 to the F-35 are meant to compare the strengths of the two planes.

Sonora to receive 1,800 National Guard members; 150 headed to Hermosillo

The newly formed National Guard has recently been used for immigration enforcement in Mexico.

Military service member found dead in Southern Arizona

Authorities said no foul play was suspected in this or another such death earlier this month.

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