Fort Leonard Wood
Missouri officials breathed a sigh of relief in June when the Army announced that instead of losing up to 5,000 personnel, Fort Leonard Wood was losing 774.
Although Fort Leonard Wood will lose about 15 percent of its active-duty troops in the next two years, the Army reductions announced Thursday could have been much worse.
An historic landmark at Fort Leonard Wood Missouri is about to close for renovations. It’s called Nutter Field House, built in 1942 to provide recreation for soldiers at the army base.
Lori Singer-Bare was given the Soldier’s Medal last month for her bravery at Fort Hood in April 2014.
The Fort Leonard Wood Army Base in Missouri wrapped-up a three day exercise, but not for just any type of war exercise.
“If the proposal went through as it is, I mean, that’s 59 percent of the permanent positions at Fort Leonard Wood,” Kander says.
Missouri state troopers say it happened on snow-covered Interstate 44, Saturday afternoon
A victims rights group is seeking a federal investigation into whether officials at Fort Leonard Wood discouraged trainees from reporting allegations of sexual assault and harassment.
Angel Sanchez’s court-martial hearing involves acts of sexual assault at Fort Leonard Wood
Facing the possibility of losing more than 5,400 military and civilian positions, officials at and around Missouri’s Fort Leonard Wood are going on the offensive.