F-35 student pilots from the 61st Fighter Squadron out of Luke Air Force Base in Arizona completed B-course training at Mountain Home Air Force Base June 6-10. , 2017. The Mountain Home Range Complex's environment helped prepare pilots for electronic simulations of ground-based air defense threats.
Staff Sgt. Samuel Morse, who is stationed at Mountain Home AFB, was on hand last year to record the annual Memorial Day Ceremony and events at the Idaho State Veterans Cemetery. The main event is 10 a.m. Monday.
The 116th Cavalry Brigade Combat Team gathered at Gowen Field Friday, May 19, 2017 to dedicate the 116th Cavalry Brigade Fallen Soldier Memorial in honor of the unit’s soldiers that died in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom III and Operation New Dawn, two of Idaho’s largest deployments in its history.
Family, military personnel and volunteers laid 3,654 Christmas wreaths, one for every site at the Idaho Veterans Cemetery, Saturday Dec. 17, 2016 in Boise. Part of a nationally coordinated Wreaths Across America, the remembrance ceremony honors men and women who served our nation.
Thomas Lee, who was injured on the front lines during World War II, helps celebrate Veterans Day with residents and fellow veterans at The Terraces of Boise, a senior living community at Harris Ranch Friday Nov. 11, 2016.
Army veteran John Mras laid to rest his military working dog, Taran, on Wednesday night at Veterans Memorial Park in Boise with a traditional ceremony. Watch Mras explain his service with Taran and how civilians can adopt their own retired military dogs.
More than 200 members of the Idaho Air National Guard were welcomed home late Sunday night Oct. 23, 2016 at Gowen Field in Boise. The 124th Fighter Wing was stationed at Incirlik Air Base in Turkey for six months in support of Operation Inherent Resolve.
Members of the Idaho Army National Guard’s 183rd Aviation Battalion watch as the last five AH-64 Apache helicopters leave Gowen Field Thursday July 21, 2016. The combat helicopters flew over Boise one last time before being transferred from the National Guard to active duty army.
Charlie Linville and Tim Medvetz, from The Heroes Project, trained to climb Everest in 2014 and 2015. Both times, natural disasters on the mountain prevented them from even starting to climb. On May 19, 2016, Charlie Linville became the first combat-wounded veteran to summit the world's highest peak.