Colby Vokey speaks about legal and moral flaws in Guantanamo Bay military commissions.
Colby Vokey talks about the unjust conviction of Sergeant Derrick Miller and the movement by members of Congress to release him from Fort Leavenworth.
Colby Vokey speaks to NBC 5 regarding Army investigation of Fort Hood Warrior Transition Units.
By DAVID TARRANT, SCOTT FRIEDMAN AND EVA PARKS Published 20 February 2015 11:15 PM by The Dallas Morning News. To view the original article, click here. The Army has ordered an investigation into allegations of harassment and mistreatment inside the Fort Hood unit where wounded or ill soldiers are sent to heal, according to multiple […]
By Ken Kalthoff Published on January 30, 2013 by NBCDFW.com. To view the original article, click here. Mass murder suspect Maj. Nidal Hasan faced a new judge Wednesday for pretrial hearings in his Fort Hood court-martial, which has moved slowly through the military justice system for more than three years. Hasan’s beard is a major issue […]
Colby Vokey speaks to KEYE TV regarding same-sex benefits denied by the Texas National Guard.
Colby Vokey speaks to FOX4 on the Fort Hood Massacre trial.
By Adam Ashton Published December 19, 2010 by McClatchy-Tribune News Service. To view the original article, click here. TACOMA, Washington — Army officers had good reason to fear for the safety of their best witnesses when they opened an investigation into suspected war crimes among a group of Stryker soldiers stationed in southern Afghanistan. A […]
GUANTANAMO BAY NAVAL BASE, Cuba — A defense attorney for a Canadian teenager accused of killing a U.S. soldier in Afghanistan asked the judge on Wednesday to halt proceedings because of a lack of established rules for the military trials. “Sir, you should halt these proceedings … until the government gets the rules together,” said […]
By Stephanie Jeter Published in the May/June 2008 issue of Texas Aggie Magazine. Lt. Col. Colby Vokey ’87 drove himself home from the airport. Red light. Green light. Left turn. Right turn. California traffic. Besides having a scratchy throat from travel, it was back to a normal day. It was back to work.