William Howard

William Howard joined the Army in February 2010 as an M1 Abrams crewmember and trained for a reclassification to an Army public affairs print journalist in November 2013.

In 2014 he earned the James P. Hunter Award for Outstanding New Writer in the Maj. Gen. Keith L. Ware Public Affairs Competition for the United States Army Forces Command.

Email: howard.william@stripes.com

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Divers who pinpointed missing Vietnam War-era C-130 set sights on Thunderbolt wreckage

Since the wreckage was first located, his team has taken more than 1,100 photogrammetry images — overlapping photographs that reconstruct three-dimensional scenes or objects — to map the 25-yard-deep crash site.


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WWII-era planes take to the sky at Lakenheath fundraiser

The only Republic P-47 Thunderbolt flying outside the United States followed a much smaller Supermarine Spitfire onto the RAF Lakenheath flight line Monday as part of a yearly money-raising effort for the Air Force Assistance Fund.

Abbey Gardens in Bury St. Edmunds, England, comes alive in spring

Country parks in England come alive in spring with beautifully arranged blossoming flowers, seas of wild daffodils and clear blue skies.

Want to spend more time with a drill sergeant? The Army has future recruits covered

Thanks to an Army-wide decision made in February to phase out AIT platoon sergeants, future recruits will continue under the strict management of drill sergeants.

‘Bloody Hundreth’ wins $150,000 Air Force award with time-saving innovations

The 100th Air Refueling Wing at RAF Mildenhall systemized a front-to-back approach for checking components for safety on the KC-135 Stratotanker, which along with other innovations saved the wing about $913,000 in a year.

SHAPE stifles Lakenheath bats for doubleheader sweep

Lancers manage only six total hits in 6-3, 6-5 losses to Spartans.

Airman held on drunken driving charge after early morning police chase in England

An airman assigned to a unit on RAF Alconbury led police on a pursuit along the A1 motorway near Sawtry, Cambridgeshire on Saturday, resulting in damage to one of their BMW X5 squad cars, road police said on Twitter.

Lakenheath strolls to victories over Spangdahlem

Pitchers have problems finding home plate, but Lancers add timely hits for doubleheader sweep.

Feed your inner Greek at Cafe Kottani in Bury St Edmunds

If you believe that Greek food is not just about the taste but also the people who make it, then look no further than Cafe Kottani in Bury St Edmunds.

In 1969, an airman crashed a stolen C-130 into the English Channel. Now divers want to find the plane

A team of British divers hopes to raise 6,000 pounds ($8,430) on an all-or-nothing Kickstarter to find the plane and uncover the truth behind the crash.

Flight operations to resume at Oregon training base

Thirty F-15C Eagles from the Air National Guard’s Oregon-based 173rd Fighter Wing are scheduled to resume flight operations Thursday after being grounded over pilot safety concerns last week.

Brussels, Alconbury split a girls-boys doubleheader

Laela Evans scores twice to pace Dragons in girls game while Brigands eventually get a goal past 10-man squad to win boys contest.

Military approaches Windows 10 upgrade deadline

The Pentagon originally ordered the services in November 2015 to upgrade more than 3 million computer systems to Windows 10 by January 2017, but compatibility issues led to delays.

Wrestlers give it their all to try to reach next level

Lakenheath qualifies 11 from northern section, while five other schools will send entrants to championships.

Lakenheath plays rude host to Spangdahlem

Girls never threatened in 58-17 victory, while boys coast to 68-36 win over overmatched visitors.

Colchester Castle’s historical significance, ghost tours draw crowds

A visit to Colchester Castle is the perfect way to experience a bit of history during a day of shopping in the center of the English town of Colchester.