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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


Bury St. Edmunds’ Giggling Squid a treat for diners fit to be Thai’d

Wherever I go, be it Florida, Alaska, Korea or England, I always look for a place to get a good curry. Not super spicy, but with enough zing to get my attention.

RAF Mildenhall program seeks to reduce stigma of asking for help for mental health problems

More than 70 pairs of boots were placed in a central part of RAF Mildenhall to illustrate the high rate of suicide in the service as part of a a new airmen-run initiative that aims to change opinions about seeking help for mental health issues.


Take a spooky, informative journey through the city’s most haunted areas on a Norwich Ghost Walk

I’ve never been a fan of Halloween, but I do like history and historical architecture. Add a dash of comedy and interaction to those, and you have the Norwich Ghost Walks.


‘The closest thing … short of actual combat’: Air Force F-15s conduct ‘turkey shoot’ over England

The 48th Fighter Wing’s newest flight formation leaders, intelligence professionals, maintainers and operations personnel came together for a drill at RAF Lakenheath that involved a nearby Air Force refueling wing and NATO partners.


Mildenhall holds Joan Mann Sports day event for special-needs athletes

Hundreds of special-needs athletes were welcomed last week with cheers and applause at RAF Mildenhall for an annual competition that the air base has hosted since 1981.


Lancers get first win of season at Falcons' expense

The Lancers kept their playoff hopes alive by keeping the Falcons winless in division play with a 25-0 triumph.


Pentagon to investigate Air Force over KC-46A refueling arm

Four serious technical flaws have been found in the new Boeing KC-46A Pegasus, including two involving the boom: stiffness and problems with the remote vision system, which is used to guide the refueling arm.