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The Boneyard spends 75 years adding to history books

The planes at AMARG are a history of U.S. air power.

Arizona National Guard gets new commander

Brig. General Kerry Muehlenbeck is the first woman to lead the Arizona National Guard.

Governor establishes Navajo Code Talker holiday

Now every August 14, the state of Arizona will recognize the Navajo U.S Marines in World War II who created an unbreakable code.

Robert Ashby, 1 of 3 surviving Tuskegee Airmen in Arizona dies at 95

Lt. Col. Ashby retired in 1965 and went on to be an airline pilot and flight instructor.

Arizona National Guard adjutant general to retire in April

Maj. Gen.. Michael McGuire became the state’s top military officer in 2013

Gila River Indian Community works with AZ National Guard to vaccinate members

The tribe has administered about 10,000 doses of the vaccine to eligible community members.

Sahuarita breaks ground on new food bank

With the need for assistance growing during the pandemic, the town has received assistance from the Arizona National Guard.

Arizona National Guard’s role in state’s pandemic response

Arizona National Guard’s role in state’s pandemic response

Veteran reflects on honoring fellow service members

The retired lieutenant colonel helped place flags at the Arizona Veterans' Memorial Cemetery at Marana ahead of Veterans Day.

SCOTUS to hear border wall and asylum seeker suits

A federal appeals court recently ruled the administration was illegally using military funds to pay for 11 segments of the wall.

Latest lawsuit against Fort Huachuca over San Pedro water use seeks documents

A conservation group has again sued over what it says is a failure to protect the river and its dependent species.

Davis-Monthan and local Air National Guard to do flyover Thursday

The military members want to thank medical staffers and first responders.

Fort Huachcua commander on COVID-19 precautions on post

The post confirmed its first case at the beginning of April.

What "The Decameron", a Medieval Italian masterpiece, can tell us about life during a pandemic.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Why a Tucsonan named Taylor chose to get involved in the conflict in Syria; and Frank Figliuzzi speaks on putting Taylor's story in context with U.S. foreign policy.

Noise pollution in Arizona

From the skies and on the ground, constant noise can come with serious health risks.

U.S. tries again to convince courts for military funds for border fences

At issue is $3.6 billion the Trump administration wants to divert from military construction projects to fund a border fence.

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