On Sept. 18, 1947, the National Security Act was passed, which turned the United States Air Force (USAF) into a separate military service. Before this act was passed, military aviation was split between the Army for land-based operations and Navy/Marine… (Continue Reading)
Fort Collins is growing as shown in this residential neighborhood. The Rocky Mountains are in the background.
It only makes sense that Colorado’s craft brewery capital is a bustling college town. Different festivals run year round, local music is everywhere,… (Continue Reading)
“We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give.” -Winston Churchill
For 10 years, the Holloman Air Force Base in New Mexico has brought hundreds of people together for the BIG GIVE… (Continue Reading)
We’re sure you’ve heard: Monday, Aug.21 is the day of the Great American Eclipse! It’s been 99 years since the last coast-to-coast eclipse in the United States. In fact, there won’t be another (this big) until the year 2045 so… (Continue Reading)
There was a packed house at the Alamogordo Chamber of Commerce meeting where Air Force Base Col. Houston Cantwell discussed the F-16 relocation.
The economic impact over the next 20 years of bringing two additional F-16 Fighting Falcons training squadrons… (Continue Reading)
On June 14, 1775, the Continental Congress established the United States Army, which began as 10 groups of riflemen set to serve for one year. It has since grown into the largest US military branch, with 1.4 million active duty… (Continue Reading)
Colorado’s population is booming. From April 1, 2010 to July 1, 2016, the U.S. Census Bureau reported that Colorado was the fourth fastest growing state in the United States. (North Dakota, Texas and Utah were numbers one, two and three.)… (Continue Reading)
TDS’ Network Specialist Doug Rees, St. George, Utah
Since the ocean covers 71 percent of the earth, TDS’ Doug Rees, network specialist, knows that if you want to see the world, you need to learn to scuba dive.
“When people… (Continue Reading)
TDS employees Barbara Mick and Jamie Lucero receive a plaque on behalf of TDS for sponsoring the Bataan Memorial Death March in New Mexico.
TDS was a proud sponsor of the 28th annual Bataan Memorial Death march, which took place… (Continue Reading)
TDS employees had a terrific day volunteering at the Habitat for Humanity of Southwest Utah construction site in Hurricane, Utah. The group spent an afternoon in March working on roof trusses and installing windows. The local Habitat chapter is currently… (Continue Reading)