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Alaska Air Guard rescuers save three after plane crash September 17, 2014 — JOINT BASE ELMENDORF-RICHARDSON, Alaska—The Alaska Air National Guard rescued three people from a downed aircraft Sept. 13 west of Beluga Mountain, Alaska. The Alaska Rescue Coordination Center opened MORE
deck landing qualifications aboard USS Shiloh
Air National Guard Director Clarke discusses three-part 'balanced strategy' at conference September 17, 2014 — WASHINGTON - Lt. Gen. Stanley Clarke, the director of the Air National Guard, provided an overview of the ANG at the 2014 Air Force Association’s Air & Space and Conference and Technology Exposition MORE
National anthem's 200th anniversary and its Citizen-Soldier composer are honored September 16, 2014 — BALTIMORE - At dawn’s early light Sunday, exactly at 9 a.m., Soldiers from the U.S. Army 3rd Infantry Regiment “Old Guard” raised a replica of the American flag to commemorate the fateful moment the MORE
Dawn's Early Light Flag Raising Ceremony at Fort McHenry
Fort Hood pilot program changing how Soldiers transition between active duty and reserves September 15, 2014 — ARLINGTON, Va.  – A pilot program under way at Fort Hood, Texas – the first of its kind – is setting the stage for retaining the experience gained by Soldiers from the past 13 years of combat. As the MORE
Seeds of a nation: Remembering the 5th Maryland and the Battle of North Point September 15, 2014 — BALTIMORE - As a nation, the United States of America wasn't born when the Declaration of Independence was signed July 4, 1776. It didn't spring from the ashes of the American Revolution in 1783. It MORE
Minnesota National Guard teams with private sector to bring solar energy to Camp Ripley September 12, 2014 — LITTLE FALLS, Minn. - The Minnesota National Guard and Minnesota Power will join forces to build a major solar energy project at Camp Ripley, the largest military base in Minnesota. The Minnesota MORE
New state-of-the-art emergency training facilities at Camp Ripley
Arizona National Guard Soldier saves family from burning home September 12, 2014 — PEORIA, Ariz. - An Arizona National Guard Soldier drew on his military training when he assisted a family from their burning home Aug. 26. Army Pfc. Samuel Pineda, an infantryman with the 158th MORE
A first: Missouri MP unit ventures into chemical defense training September 11, 2014 — FORT LEONARD WOOD, Mo. - For the first time, a group of Missouri Guard military police underwent specialized chemical defense training this week at the chemical defense training facility headquartered MORE
Creative use of vehicles helps South Carolina National Guard boost sea creatures' habitats September 10, 2014 — PORT ROYAL, S.C.- The South Carolina Army National Guard and the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources formed a partnership 17 years ago to develop and improve sea life off the coast of South MORE
South Carolina Army National Guard builds ocean reefs
Evolution of the Army Guard Chaplaincy: Beyond the chapel September 10, 2014 — ARLINGTON, Va.- The role of chaplains in the Army National Guard has diversified since the founding of the Army's Chaplain Corps in 1775. Now, chaplains focus not only on spiritual matters but also on MORE
Strong Bonds event

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