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New York dodges worst of blizzard; troops on hand if needed January 27, 2015 — NEW YORK - The New York National Guard had about 400 Soldiers on duty this morning as New York City, Long Island and the lower Hudson Valley entered the second day of a three-day weather event dubbed MORE
Joint Task Force Empire Shield Works with FDNY EMS During Major Winter Storm
Guard Soldiers and Airmen responding to Northeast snow storm January 26, 2015 — LATHAM, N.Y. - As blizzard warnings were being issued for the Northeast this morning, the New York National Guard put 260 Soldiers and Airmen on duty to assist in New York's response to the storm at MORE
Western New York blizzard relief
North Carolina National Guard's academy supports at-risk youth January 23, 2015 — RALEIGH, N.C. - On an obstacle course in the North Carolina woods at Camp Butner, young men, between the ages of 16-18, work hard to climb walls, pull themselves across ropes and low-crawl under MORE
NC Guard supports Tarheel Challenge Academy and at-risk youth
ANG safety adopts airlines' best practices January 23, 2015 — FORT WORTH, Texas - Air National Guard safety officials recently visited the American Airlines flight training center to get a behind-the-scenes look at some of the most effective air safety programs MORE
ANG adopts commercial airline safety measures
Idaho National Guard hosts advanced medical training for trauma junkies January 22, 2015 — GOWEN FIELD, Idaho - Four Army medics swooped on a medical dummy. The scenario: Treat a casualty with two gunshot wounds to the chest. The medics moved quickly, passing medical supplies, inspecting MORE
Advanced medical training conducted in Idaho
New York artillerymen brave frigid conditions during exercises January 22, 2015 — FORT DIX, N.J. - Scathing winds that cut across open, frozen fields turned temperatures in the mid-teens into something that felt closer to zero degrees as 303 Soldiers of the New York Army National MORE
New York artillerymen brave frigid temperatures to train
West Virginia Guard member awarded Soldier's Medal for assisting deputy January 16, 2015 — CAMP DAWSON, W.Va. - Staff Sgt. Shawn Riley, a W.Va. Army National Guard Soldier, was awarded the Soldier's Medal - the Army's highest award for valor in a non-combat situation involving personal MORE
Guard member earns Soldier's Medal
'Visionary' Airmen who died in '82 D.C. crash recognized in Florida January 16, 2015 — TAMPA, Fla. - Thirty-three years after a tragic airplane crash in Washington, D.C., took the lives of 78 people, the Florida Air National Guard recognized three of the victims for helping create a MORE
Florida Airmen honored as visionaries
Special Forces provide powerful punch in a small package January 16, 2015 — ARLINGTON, Va. - At any given moment there are small teams of elite Soldiers deployed around the world who are conducting operations that many may never hear of. The Soldiers, often referred to as MORE
20th Special Forces Group at Combat Diver School
Wyoming firefighting crew honored for safely landing disabled C-130H3 January 15, 2015 — CHEYENNE, Wyo.- A Guard, reserve and active-duty aircrew aboard a Wyoming Air National Guard C-130H3 recently received the Air Mobility Command Chief of Safety Aircrew of Distinction Award for its MORE
Safe crash landing earns award for crew

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