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Christopher Dennis

Christopher Dennis has a degree from the University of South Florida and calls Alaska his home, but has traveled all over the United States.

He has been to Korea and Afghanistan and is now covering England for Stars and Stripes. He enjoys history, art, and photography.

Email: dennis.christopher@stripes.com


Amid global worries over the coronavirus pandemic, some London attractions continue to receive visitors

In times of coronavirus self-isolation when government officials are advising against nonessential travel and military leaders have restricted what service members can do off-base, a trip to London may seem out of the question.

American WWII air crew remembered 75 years after their B-17 crashed in England

The crew of a World War II B-17 Flying Fortress were remembered in a ceremony in this small English village Thursday, 75 years to the day after their bomber crashed in the nearby Deben River in the closing months of the war.


Lakenheath airman convicted of drunken driving at over three times the lawful limit

An aircraft mechanic for the 48th Fighter Wing was found drunk behind the wheel of a rented Honda Accord in Mildenhall, a local news report said.


Panthers remain perfect at Lancers' expense

Unbeaten Stuttgart sweeps winless Lakenheath in girls action, while Panther boys also come out on top.


University to pay nearly $5 million to US government for role in veterans’ education scam

A private university in New Jersey has been ordered to pay the United States government almost $5 million to settle allegations that it defrauded the Department of Veterans Affairs by massively overcharging veterans for substandard online courses.


Kaiserslautern looking to beat the best

Raiders training for a shot to take down Stuttgart at season-ending championships.


Mildenhall-area children get a ‘magical’ chance to talk to Santa with help from US airmen

Nearly 200 children between the ages of 4 and 6 had a one-on-one with the guy in red via the handheld radios of three volunteer airmen with the 48th Communications Squadron.