Soldiers sweating over hot stoves on a Fort Carson training range last week say the Super Bowl has nothing on the Army's top culinary challenge. A team from the post's 4th Infantry Division was chopping and frying its way through the finals. The prize: Recognition as the best field kitchen in the Army.
Chief Master Sgt. David Carey, who just retired as a 302nd Airlift Wing flight engineer, began his Air Force career when Jimmy Carter was in the White House, stealth airplanes were dreams and GPS was a mathematical theory.
On Aug. 8, 2012, Capt. Florent Groberg's last run propelled him toward a suicide bomber who was heading for a formation of American and Afghan leaders he was protecting as they walked through Assadabad, Afghanistan.