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Veterans may get legal help Saturday to draft wills at Dayton VA
 Attorneys will offer veterans free help Saturday to draft wills in a legal clinic in Dayton, officials said. “Wills for Heroes” is scheduled 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Lyons Place II, on the campus of Dayton VA Medical Center, 4100 W. Third St. Reservations are recommended by calling 937-268-6511, ext. 4225, the VA said. RELATED: Dayton...

Posted: 16 days ago

Attorneys will offer veterans free help Saturday to draft wills in a legal clinic in Dayton, officials said. “Wills for Heroes” is scheduled 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Lyons Place II, on the campus of Dayton VA Medical Center, 4100 W. Third St. Reservations are recommended by calling 937-268-6511, ext. 4225, the VA said. RELATED: Dayton...
5 weird ways Wright-Patt has been connected to aliens and UFOs
 Raymond Szymanski’s “quest for the truth” about unidentified flying objects and Wright-Patterson Air Force Base has resulted in a new book and speaking engagements here in the Dayton area. His book — “50 Shades of Greys: Evidence of Extraterrestrial Visitation to Wright-Patterson Air Force Base...

Posted: 17 days ago

Raymond Szymanski’s “quest for the truth” about unidentified flying objects and Wright-Patterson Air Force Base has resulted in a new book and speaking engagements here in the Dayton area. His book — “50 Shades of Greys: Evidence of Extraterrestrial Visitation to Wright-Patterson Air Force Base...
UFOs at Wright Patt? Local man said he went on quest to find the truth
 When Raymond Szymanski arrived at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base as a college co-op student, he was intrigued when a mentor mentioned aliens and the base in the same sentence. Szymanski, 65, spent 39 years at Wright-Patterson before retiring in 2011, and while he said he never saw any aliens, he went on a truth-seeking quest that took him...

Posted: 17 days ago

When Raymond Szymanski arrived at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base as a college co-op student, he was intrigued when a mentor mentioned aliens and the base in the same sentence. Szymanski, 65, spent 39 years at Wright-Patterson before retiring in 2011, and while he said he never saw any aliens, he went on a truth-seeking quest that took him...
Navy releases report on ship crashes that killed Ohio sailors, others
 The Navy placed partial blame on ship collisions that killed 17 sailors aboard two U.S. warships at sea on “poor seamanship” and a “failure to follow safe navigational practices,” a U.S. Fleet Forces Command report released Thursday concluded. The deadly collisions at sea with two commercial vessels involving the USS...

Posted: 17 days ago

The Navy placed partial blame on ship collisions that killed 17 sailors aboard two U.S. warships at sea on “poor seamanship” and a “failure to follow safe navigational practices,” a U.S. Fleet Forces Command report released Thursday concluded. The deadly collisions at sea with two commercial vessels involving the USS...
Dayton-area Pearl Harbor survivor turns 100
 Local Pearl Harbor survivor Frank Ruby turned 100 today. The Dayton VA Medical Center shared a photo of Ruby and news of his birthday on Facebook. Ruby, of Vandalia, shared his incredible story with this news organization in December.  According to Ruby’s story, the rumble of bombs and gunfire woke him when the Imperial Japanese...

Posted: 18 days ago

Local Pearl Harbor survivor Frank Ruby turned 100 today. The Dayton VA Medical Center shared a photo of Ruby and news of his birthday on Facebook. Ruby, of Vandalia, shared his incredible story with this news organization in December.  According to Ruby’s story, the rumble of bombs and gunfire woke him when the Imperial Japanese...
Preventing lone-wolf terrorist attacks difficult, local experts say
 Terrorism-inspired attacks using vehicles to plow into crowds have become a weapon of choice for lone-wolf terrorists, prompting one local expert to call it the “biggest threat.” A rental truck drove onto a bicycle path near the World Trade Center in New York City, killing eight people and injuring several others before crashing...

Posted: 18 days ago

Terrorism-inspired attacks using vehicles to plow into crowds have become a weapon of choice for lone-wolf terrorists, prompting one local expert to call it the “biggest threat.” A rental truck drove onto a bicycle path near the World Trade Center in New York City, killing eight people and injuring several others before crashing...
Police: Man arrested after trying to sell Dayton peace treaty document
 Bosnian police arrested a man suspected of attempting to sell an original document from the Dayton Peace Accords that ended war in Bosnia, reports say. The leaders of Bosnia, Serbia and Croatian negotiated and signed the peace treaty in November 1995 at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base. The conflict claimed more than 100,000 lives. In 2015...

Posted: 18 days ago

Bosnian police arrested a man suspected of attempting to sell an original document from the Dayton Peace Accords that ended war in Bosnia, reports say. The leaders of Bosnia, Serbia and Croatian negotiated and signed the peace treaty in November 1995 at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base. The conflict claimed more than 100,000 lives. In 2015...
Questions about the VA? Dayton VA to host open house on services
 Veterans with questions about services at Dayton VA Medical Center may find answers 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Wednesday. The medical center will have a public open house with dozens of department representatives to answer questions in the lobby of the main patient tower. RELATED: Dayton VA leader steps down capping 33-year career Representatives...

Posted: 19 days ago

Veterans with questions about services at Dayton VA Medical Center may find answers 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Wednesday. The medical center will have a public open house with dozens of department representatives to answer questions in the lobby of the main patient tower. RELATED: Dayton VA leader steps down capping 33-year career Representatives...
Major Wright Patt gateway reopens
 A major gateway to Wright-Patterson thousands of commuters travel through daily reopened Monday, days before it was scheduled to because pavement reconstruction work was completed, authorities said. Gate 12A near the Air Force Materiel Command headquarters off Ohio 444 in Fairborn, has reopened and will resume 24-hour operations, officials...

Posted: 20 days ago

A major gateway to Wright-Patterson thousands of commuters travel through daily reopened Monday, days before it was scheduled to because pavement reconstruction work was completed, authorities said. Gate 12A near the Air Force Materiel Command headquarters off Ohio 444 in Fairborn, has reopened and will resume 24-hour operations, officials...
Inside Wright-Patt: How North Korea, other threats are being monitored
 The National Air and Space Intelligence Center at Wright-Patterson garnered national attention Sunday when the CBS News show 60 Minutes reported on the North Korean missile threat and gave viewers a behind-the-scenes look inside NASIC’s missile intelligence efforts. The segment was broadcast on WHIO-TV Channel 7. RELATED: 60 Minutes...

Posted: 20 days ago

The National Air and Space Intelligence Center at Wright-Patterson garnered national attention Sunday when the CBS News show 60 Minutes reported on the North Korean missile threat and gave viewers a behind-the-scenes look inside NASIC’s missile intelligence efforts. The segment was broadcast on WHIO-TV Channel 7. RELATED: 60 Minutes...
Wright Patt exercise starts Monday
 Wright-Patterson will launch a base wide exercise Monday that could cause traffic back-ups at some gateways, according to authorities. The last scheduled exercise of the year will role play scenarios that could involve air piracy and a pandemic, among other situations, Wright-Patterson said. Base personnel should react as if a scenario is...

Posted: 21 days ago

Wright-Patterson will launch a base wide exercise Monday that could cause traffic back-ups at some gateways, according to authorities. The last scheduled exercise of the year will role play scenarios that could involve air piracy and a pandemic, among other situations, Wright-Patterson said. Base personnel should react as if a scenario is...
60 Minutes features Wright Patt’s NASIC for story on North Korea
 The CBS News television program 60 Minutes is scheduled to broadcast a segment Sunday that examines the role the National Air and Space Intelligence Center has in determining the North Korean missile threat to the United States. The report features an interview with NASIC commander Col. Sean P. Larkin and missile analysts at the center headquartered...

Posted: 23 days ago

The CBS News television program 60 Minutes is scheduled to broadcast a segment Sunday that examines the role the National Air and Space Intelligence Center has in determining the North Korean missile threat to the United States. The report features an interview with NASIC commander Col. Sean P. Larkin and missile analysts at the center headquartered...
Secretive NASIC work at Wright Patt ‘difference between war and peace’
 When North Korea launches a ballistic missile over the Pacific, the United States top leaders turn to the National Air and Space Intelligence Center based at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base. Analysis by NASIC keeps the White House, Congress and the Pentagon aware of air, space and cyber threats and determine what dangers a missile from the...

Posted: 24 days ago

When North Korea launches a ballistic missile over the Pacific, the United States top leaders turn to the National Air and Space Intelligence Center based at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base. Analysis by NASIC keeps the White House, Congress and the Pentagon aware of air, space and cyber threats and determine what dangers a missile from the...
Dayton VA leader steps down following 33-year career
 Dayton VA Medical Center Director Glenn Costie retired from the top post Friday to take a new job directing veteran services at Ohio’s Hospice in Dayton. Costie, 56, of Bellbrook, who capped a 33-year career inside the Department of Veterans Affairs, held the $183,000-a-year post since 2011 where he oversaw a rise in the staffing levels...

Posted: 24 days ago

Dayton VA Medical Center Director Glenn Costie retired from the top post Friday to take a new job directing veteran services at Ohio’s Hospice in Dayton. Costie, 56, of Bellbrook, who capped a 33-year career inside the Department of Veterans Affairs, held the $183,000-a-year post since 2011 where he oversaw a rise in the staffing levels...
Watch pumpkins being chucked today at Air Force Museum
 Giant pumpkin-flinging catapults and human-powered machines alike will be part of the field artillery of sorts today at the 13th annual Wright-Patterson Pumpkin Chuck. The public event is free and open between 11 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on the grounds of the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force, organizers say. RELATED: New Dayton air show chairman...

Posted: 24 days ago

Giant pumpkin-flinging catapults and human-powered machines alike will be part of the field artillery of sorts today at the 13th annual Wright-Patterson Pumpkin Chuck. The public event is free and open between 11 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on the grounds of the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force, organizers say. RELATED: New Dayton air show chairman...
House defense leader at Wright Patt, says AF pilot shortage growing
 The Air Force has been “hemorrhaging” pilots in a growing shortage that shows the impact sequestration has had on the military, a top congressional defense leader said. Making his first trek to Wright-Patterson, House Armed Services Committee chairman and U.S. Rep. Mac Thornberry, R-Texas, said the shortage of Air Force pilots...

Posted: 27 days ago

The Air Force has been “hemorrhaging” pilots in a growing shortage that shows the impact sequestration has had on the military, a top congressional defense leader said. Making his first trek to Wright-Patterson, House Armed Services Committee chairman and U.S. Rep. Mac Thornberry, R-Texas, said the shortage of Air Force pilots...
Some of U.S.’s most secretive work will be done in new NASIC building
 Tucked away off the main airfield and near a remote area of Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, researchers will conduct some of the most secretive work of the spying agency in a new 58,000-square-foot building. The massive $29.5 million National Air and Space Intelligence Center expansion was dedicated Friday, giving analysts a more technically...

Posted: 30 days ago

Tucked away off the main airfield and near a remote area of Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, researchers will conduct some of the most secretive work of the spying agency in a new 58,000-square-foot building. The massive $29.5 million National Air and Space Intelligence Center expansion was dedicated Friday, giving analysts a more technically...
Miami Valley veterans chosen for Ohio Veterans Hall of Fame
 Three Miami Valley veterans are among 20 statewide chosen as the newest inductees into the Ohio Veterans Hall of Fame. The two Air Force veterans and a former Marine include: * Blanche Aviles Casey, 73, of Beavercreek, a veteran of both the Vietnam War and Persian Gulf War era who became a federal servant after serving 30 years in the Air...

9:30 AM Friday, Oct. 20, 2017

Three Miami Valley veterans are among 20 statewide chosen as the newest inductees into the Ohio Veterans Hall of Fame. The two Air Force veterans and a former Marine include: * Blanche Aviles Casey, 73, of Beavercreek, a veteran of both the Vietnam War and Persian Gulf War era who became a federal servant after serving 30 years in the Air...
New Dayton Air Show chairman takes the controls
 Scott Buchanan started attending the Dayton Air Show in the 1970s. Now, the 49-year-old who grew up in Dayton and lives in Vandalia has the controls of the flying spectacle as chairman of the U.S. Air and Trade Show, the group that runs the event at Dayton International Airport. “I’m still pinching myself,” the Ohio Air...

8:03 PM Thursday, Oct. 19, 2017

Scott Buchanan started attending the Dayton Air Show in the 1970s. Now, the 49-year-old who grew up in Dayton and lives in Vandalia has the controls of the flying spectacle as chairman of the U.S. Air and Trade Show, the group that runs the event at Dayton International Airport. “I’m still pinching myself,” the Ohio Air...
Defense forum targets ways to collaborate for jobs, bases in Ohio
 The defense industry, universites and government agencies need to work more collaboratively in Ohio to compete against other states vying to keep and grow defense-related jobs, lawmakers say. A two-day Ohio Defense Forum in Columbus on Tuesday and Wednesday — the second year of the event — brought more than 200 people to explore...

7:55 PM Wednesday, Oct. 18, 2017

The defense industry, universites and government agencies need to work more collaboratively in Ohio to compete against other states vying to keep and grow defense-related jobs, lawmakers say. A two-day Ohio Defense Forum in Columbus on Tuesday and Wednesday — the second year of the event — brought more than 200 people to explore...
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