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Guard Airmen, Soldiers continue western wildfire battle July 25, 2014 — WASHINGTON - As fires rage in two states in the Pacific Northwest, Defense Department fire-suppression efforts are underway with two Modular Airborne Fire Fighting System-capable C-130s from U.S. MORE
Guardsmen assist during wildfires
Army National Guard activates its first brigade engineer battalion July 25, 2014 — ARLINGTON, Va. —The California Army National Guard recently stood up the 578th Brigade Engineer Battalion, the first unit of its kind in the Army National Guard and part of a larger Army-wide change MORE
Nevada Air Guard member earns NAACP Roy Wilkins service award July 25, 2014 — CARSON CITY -- Nevada Air Guard Senior Master Sgt. Torry Thompson distinguished himself from the roughly 110,000 Airmen in the entire Air National Guard to receive the 2014 Roy Wilkins Renown Service MORE
Senior Master Sgt. Torry Thompson of the Nevada Air National Guard receives the Roy Wilkins Renowned Service Award at the 2014 National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) 39th Annual Armed Services and Veterans Affairs Awards Lunche
Air National Guard director Clarke makes Wyoming re-enlistment ceremony memorable July 24, 2014 — CHEYENNE, Wyo. – When Master Sgt. Mark Withers first decided to re-enlist for the Wyoming Air National Guard, he did not expect it to be anything out of the ordinary. With 30 years of service under MORE
Michigan Army Guard kicks off XCTC training exercise, active component and Army Guard Soldiers train together July 23, 2014 — LANSING, Mich. – Approximately 5,000 Soldiers from five states have converged on Camp Grayling Joint Maneuver Training Center, Michigan, to participate in an eXportable Combat Training Capability MORE
Michigan National Guard and active Army conduct battery defense exercise
Cyber security exercise, heavy on National Guard, completed July 22, 2014 — FORT MEADE, Md. – Partners from across government, academia, industry and the international coalition recently completed Cyber Guard 14-1, a two-week exercise designed to test operational and MORE
New York Army Guard Soldier makes use of program for Guard members to attend West Point July 22, 2014 — ARLINGTON, Va. — Army Pfc. Mitchell Valenza, a member of the New York Army National Guard, is now Cadet Valenza and was among the approximately 1,200 cadet candidates who reported to the United States MORE
Georgia medevac training: 'Very little room for error' July 22, 2014 — MARIETTA, Ga. – When a patient is your mission, training is never conducted to just “check a block.” Soldiers of the Georgia Army National Guard’s aero medical evacuation unit train to be always MORE
Guard members helping fight blazes in Utah, Oregon and Washington July 21, 2014 — ARLINGTON, Va. – Aircrews from the Wyoming Air National Guard’s 153rd Airlift Wing, who fly C-130 Hercules aircraft equipped with the Modular Airborne Firefighting System, are among the latest MORE
Oregon Army National Guard assists fire suppression missions
Alaska Air Guard members rescue five hikers stranded on cliff near Valdez July 21, 2014 — JOINT BASE ELMENDORF-RICHARDSON, Alaska - Airmen with the Alaska Air National Guard's 210th, 211th and 212th Rescue Squadrons rescued five hikers Thursday near Valdez. The group of hikers had become MORE

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