U.S. Army Ohioan Among Soldiers Killed In Vehicle Accident At U.S. Military Base By Associated Press • Oct 8, 2017 pinterest.com U.S. Military officials have identified the two soldiers killed after a military vehicle struck them while they were in formation Friday at a U.S. Army base in South Carolina. U.S. Soldier From Ohio Killed In Attack In Niger By Associated Press • Oct 7, 2017 armytimes.com The U.S. Department of Defense says one of the three U.S. soldiers killed in an attack by Islamic extremists in Niger was from southwestern Ohio. Local Firm Wins Defense Subcontract By Jim Letizia • May 2, 2017 A Columbus manufacturer says it has been selected for a "lucrative" deal with a defense contractor. Pentagon Investigating Possible Friendly Fire Death Of Ohio Soldier By Associated Press • Apr 29, 2017 U.S. Army The Pentagon says the two U.S. Army Rangers killed during a raid on an Islamic State compound in Afghanistan may have died as a result of friendly fire. Local Soldier Killed In Kenya By Jim Letizia • Oct 28, 2016 fayobserver.com Funeral services are scheduled this weekend for a U.S. Army soldier from Reynoldsburg killed in the line of duty. Remains Of Korean War Vet From Ohio Return Home By Jim Letizia • Jul 27, 2016 perrytribune.com The remains of a U.S. soldier from Ohio who was killed in the Korean War are back home. Openly Gay Ohio Native To Lead U.S. Army By Jim Letizia • May 18, 2016 www.army.mil The U.S. Army will be led by a Centerville native. Local Manufacturer Settles Federal Lawsuit Over Faulty Combat Helmets By Associated Press • Mar 8, 2016 prnewswire.com A Hebron-based company has agreed to pay 3 million dollars to the federal government to settle a lawsuit over substandard combat helmets it provided to the U.S. Army. Columbus Veteran Undesirably Discharged For Being Gay Will Now Get Honorable Discharge By Associated Press • Jan 29, 2016 nytimes.com A U.S. Army veteran from Columbus is receiving an honorable discharge a half century after he was discharged for being gay. Army Skydivers Returning To Fort Bragg After Ohio Member's Death By Associated Press • Aug 17, 2015 Members of a U.S. Army skydiving team will return to their base, where they will have access to counseling, after a parachutist from their unit died from injuries suffered during a stunt at the Chicago Air & Water Show. AP: Former Army Intelligence Figure Was Not A Ph.D. As He Claimed By Jim Letizia & Associated Press • Oct 30, 2014 associated press A key figure in a U.S. Army intelligence program has for years allowed himself to be portrayed as a Ph.D. in engineering, even though he does not hold a doctoral degree. Mom Allegedly Robs Soldier Son By Jim Letizia & Associated Press • Sep 18, 2012 Masslion police have arrested a woman on charges of with stealing her son's income tax refunds and his U.S. Army paychecks while he was serving in Afghanistan.