The study found that female soldiers at Fort Hood and Fort Bliss, both in Texas, faced the highest risk. Other bases with high risk were Fort Campbell in Kentucky, Fort Carson in Colorado and Fort Riley in Kansas, said the study.
Never in his wildest dreams did Albert Pardo, the former wrestling coach at South Miami High, imagine that Alejandro “Alex” Sancho, the son of Cuban immigrants, would wind up as a U.S. Army specialist, heading to the Tokyo Olympics to compete as a Greco-Roman wrestler for Team USA. But here he is.
Almost 70 years after the Korean War-era plane crash in Alaska, Edward Miller is coming home. He will be laid to rest July 17 with honors in a military casket at Evansville’s Maple Hill Cemetery, 3,400 miles from the mountain glacier where he was buried for decades.