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An unmanned Army drone crashed during a training flight near Volk Field on Wednesday, the aircraft sustaining heavy damage but nobody was hurt in the crash.
Nicholas Janz is survived by his wife, Amy, and three children ages nine, seven and five. Donations will help the family cover immediate costs and future expenses in providing for the couple’s children.
A DMA spokesperson said Nicholas Janz was replacing light bulbs on a runway when he touched a "live electrical source."
A change in Air Force regulations has resulted in the closure to the public of a popular hunting and hiking area in central Wisconsin, used by military aircraft to train for bombing missions.
Four citizen activists were arrested June 27 as they attempted to declare Volk Field a crime scene due to its role in drone warfare.
A 90-mile walk to protest drones and racial profiling is scheduled to begin from the Dane County Jail on Tuesday, organizers say.
Members of Wisconsin's congressional delegation are asking the Air Force to explain plans for cutting three aircraft and about 5 percent of the personnel from the Wisconsin Air National Guard.
Illinois man has been unable to check on his Adams County vacation home since F-16 crash.
An F-16 pilot escaped serious injury Tuesday when he ejected shortly before his plane crashed into a vacant house in Adams County.
The skies over a patch of western Wisconsin will be filled with foreign combat planes starting on Saturday, but don't panic: it's only a drill.
Honors: The Badger Chapter of the American Red Cross named two area residents volunteers of the month.
After two flights to Volk Field near Camp Douglas Monday, all but 20 of the approximately 3,200 state Wisconsin National Guard soldiers that have been on a nearly yearlong mission with the 32nd Infantry Brigade Combat Team are back in the U.S. The group spent most of their time in Iraq.
Halfway point is near in extended homecoming of Wisconsin National Guard soldiers returning from Iraq
The good news for loved ones of soldiers from the 32nd Infantry Brigade Combat Team of the Wisconsin Army National Guard just keeps getting better.
A big chunk of the biggest deployment of Wisconsin National Guard troops since World War II will be coming back home on Wednesday.