FORT CARSON- More than 100 soldiers returned to their families Tuesday evening after spending the last 9 months overseas.
Since Pfc. John Martinez deployed, he had only seen pictures of his newborn son, Ian.
As soldiers raced across the special events center at Fort Carson to hug their...
Not one, not two, but three homecomings in six hours happened at Fort Carson Monday night and Tuesday morning.
The first homecoming welcomed 250 soldiers from the 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division. These soldiers have spent the last 12 months in Iraq where they trained and worked...
Hundreds of Fort Carson soldiers have been dismissed into the arms of their anxious families following a year-long deployment in Afghanistan.
The soldiers are with the Fourth Brigade Combat Team, Fourth Infantry Division. They were assisting the Afghanistan National Army with peacekeeping operations.
The homecoming ceremony was held...
Hundreds more soldiers came home Friday from war.
Fort Carson welcomed about 340 troops from the 4th Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division. Family and friends were there to greet them when they were released from formation.
They've been in Afghanistan for about a year.
There are some very disappointed families in Colorado Springs.
The arrival time for 240 soldiers returning to Fort Carson from Afghanistan has been pushed back until Friday.
Soldiers from two military police units were expected to return Wednesday, but that has been delayed until Friday morning.
Fort Carson is planning a ceremony Tuesday to welcome home more than 240 soldiers who were deployed for about a year to Afghanistan.
The soldiers are from the 984th Military Police Company and the 759th Military Police Battalion Headquarters and Headquarters Detachment.
The 984th MP Company worked with...
More than 160 soldiers have returned to Fort Carson after a one-year deployment in Iraq and Afghanistan.
The troops from the 4th Engineer Battalion arrived at about 2 a.m. Tuesday.
Their job included finding and clearing improvised bombs from roads in both countries.
Just in time to fully enjoy the holidays with their families, 45 soldiers are returning home from Iraq.
Members of the 749th Explosive Ordnance Company, 242nd Explosive Ordnance Disposal Battalion, 71st Ordnance Group, will receive a hero's welcome at Fort Carson's Waller Physical Fitness Center, before dawn Tuesday. The...