Rose L. Thayer

New evidence in case of missing Fort Bliss soldier expands search efforts

New information collected during the investigation into Pvt. Richard Halliday’s disappearance from Fort Bliss in July has led officials at the base to expand their search efforts and seek the public’s help in locating the soldier.

Former West Virginia VA doctor pleads guilty to sexually abusing patients

A former Department of Veterans Affairs doctor working in West Virginia pleaded guilty Thursday to charges that he sexually assaulted veterans under the guise of medical treatment, according to the Justice Department.

Marines, sailors from Camp Pendleton join the fight against California wildfires

Roughly 250 Marines and sailors from Camp Pendleton, Calif., will deploy to help battle the 25 wildfires still burning across state that have stretched firefighting resources to the limit, military officials announced late Wednesday.

Fort Bliss soldier shot by military police acted erratically, pointed gun at them

Following a confrontation with a car service driver, a soldier pointed a handgun at the five military police soldiers who arrived on scene, said a military spokesperson. The soldier is listed as in stable condition at a nearby hospital.

'Where is he?' asks family of Fort Bliss soldier missing for nearly two months

The family of Pvt. Richard Halliday, a Fort Bliss soldier who hasn’t been heard from since he left the west Texas base in late July, is asking for the public’s help in locating him.

Military aviators aid in the fight against growing wildfires in California with rescues and water drops

Military aviators have battled low visibility and hazardous terrain this week as they rescued of more than 400 people escaping the fires burning across millions of acres in California.