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2022 Idaho Patriot Thunder ride set for July 10

BOISE, Idaho (CBS2) — The 2022 Idaho Patriot Thunder Ride will take place Sunday, July 10th. Donations from the ride benefit the Idaho National Guard Family Support Fund & Operation Warm Heart. It costs $25 per rider for an escorted ride from High Desert Harley-Davidson to Carl Miller Park...
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Mountain Home man sentenced for federal drug, gun charges

BOISE, Idaho (KIFI) – A Mountain Home man was sentenced to 100 months in federal prison for possession with intent to distribute methamphetamine and for unlawful possession of a firearm. According to statements made in court, on March 15, 2021, James Doud, 60, was stopped by Elmore County Sheriff’s...
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Air Force ROTC cadet dies, 2 others injured in training accident

MOUNTAIN HOME, Idaho — An Air Force ROTC cadet from Alaska died in an accident involving a Humvee during a training exercise in Idaho, Mountain Home Air Force Base said Sunday. Mackenzie Wilson, 19, a cadet at Oregon State University, died of injuries sustained in an accident on Friday....
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Air Force Cadet Killed in Crash at Saylor Creek Range

MOUNTAIN HOME, Idaho (KLIX)-A 19-year-old Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps cadet died in a crash Friday afternoon at a military training exercise in Southern Idaho. According to Mountain Home Air Force Base, the cadet, McKenzie Wilson, was among 19 other AFROTC cadets training at the Saylor Creek Range at around 12:30 p.m. when her HUMVEE was involved in a crash. Life-saving measures were performed by other trainees until first responders arrived on scene. Wilson, of Eagle River, Alaska was pronounced dead at the scene, she was attending Oregon State University. Officials said two other cadets were injured in the crash and taken to a Boise hospital for treatment and later released. Idaho State Police is in charge of the investigation with help from the Air Force Office of Special Investigation.
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19-year-old female ROTC cadet dies in Humvee accident at Mountain Home Air Force Base

MOUNTAIN HOME, Idaho — An Air Force ROTC cadet from Alaska died in an accident involving a Humvee during a training exercise in Idaho, Mountain Home Air Force Base said Sunday. Mackenzie Wilson, 19, a cadet at Oregon State University, died of injuries sustained in an accident on Friday at the base. She was from Eagle River, Alaska, officials said. Nineteen Air Force ROTC cadets were participating in a training opportunity at the air base southeast of Boise when the accident happened. Two cadets were treated for injuries at the hospital in Boise and later released. The fatal accident is being investigated by the Idaho State Police and the Air Force Office of Special Investigations. The other cadets were offered support services and given the option to return home.
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Cadet dies after HUMVEE accident at Saylor Creek Range

MOUNTAIN HOME, Idaho (KMVT/KSVT) — The following is from a press release from the United States Air Force:. On June 24, 2022 at approximately 12:30 p.m., there was a vehicle accident involving a HUMVEE during a training event at Saylor Creek Range, a part of the Mountain Home Range Complex, that resulted in the death of an Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps cadet.
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