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Alaska ANG Integration Moves Airmen from Kulis to Elmendorf
January 30, 2007

Lieutenant General H Steven Blum Extended as Chief, National Guard Bureau
January 29, 2007

Breaking gender barriers in war: Female combat medics earn respect from Afghan Army
January 26, 2007
Oregon Army National Guard Staff Sgt. Jo Turner (left) and Spc. Cheryl Ivanov are battle buddies who stick together and help each other cope with the emotional and mental stress of combat operations in Afghanistan.

Established Procedures Followed After Black Hawk Crash
January 26, 2007

More Texas National Guard Called Up to Protect U.S.-Mexico Border
January 24, 2007

Guard mourns 10 Soldiers killed in helicopter crash in Iraq
January 24, 2007

Fighting corruption in Afghanistan; Police Training Improves Professionalism
January 21, 2007
Two senior Afghan policemen demonstrate the proper use of a baton to subdue suspects. New recruits as well as policemen in the Transitional Integration Course receive instruction on the proper use of force and human rights during their training at the regional training center.

Duty Day with God
January 19, 2007
Dhief Muhsen, curator for the historical sites at Ur, shows Soldiers from the 449th Aviation Support Battalion, 36th Combat Aviation Brigade, how the city used to look several thousand years ago. (U.S. Army photo by

California Air National Guard F-16 crashes in remote area
January 19, 2007
An F-16 Fighting Falcon like these from the California Air National Guard's 144th Fighter Wing in Fresno, Calif., crashed at approximately 10:30 a.m. Jan. 19 in Owens Valley, Calif. The pilot ejected safely.

Guard rolls out for yet another Midwest storm
January 17, 2007
Wyoming Air National Guard loadmasters aboard a C-130 Hercules aircraft watch as a 1-ton hay bale lands near a herd of cows during an emergency feeding mission in southeast Colorado Jan. 3, 2007. The hay is being dropped near La Junta, Colo., to help feed livestock that have been stranded from a snow storm that has impacted the area.

Governors, adjutants general support new 12-month mobilization policy
January 17, 2007

Now driving for the Guard: Casey Mears takes wheel of No. 25
January 17, 2007
Casey Mears, the National Guard's new Guard Car Driver, poses with Lt. Gen. Clyde A. Vaughn, the director of the Army National Guard, and Lance McGrew, crew chief, at the Army National Guard Readiness Center, Arlington Hall, on Jan. 12, 2007. Mears will drive the new #25 National Guard GMAC Chevy Monte Carlo SS with Hendrick Motorsports in this year's NASCAR Nextel Cup series.

Hall: New Policies to Relieve Stress, Promote Unit Cohesion
January 17, 2007

Kentucky Guard Unit Checks Air Quality at Derailment Site
January 16, 2007

Department Builds on Stryker Experience to Support Extended Guard Unit
January 12, 2007

"Surge" extends Minnesota Guard unit's Iraq tour up to 125 days
January 11, 2007
More than 4,000 troops of the 1st Brigade Combat Team, 34th Infantry Division assemble in the shape of the "Red Bull" unit crest during a special formation at their farewell ceremony at Camp Shelby, Miss., March 16, 2006, before their deployment to Iraq. The unit has been extended for up to 125 days on Thursday as part of President George W. Bush's new strategy for Iraq.

Texas National Guard Team Puts Training to Good Use
January 10, 2007
Members of the 6th Civil Support Team in full protective gear ride a Gator, a rugged motorized vehicle, in downtown Austin, Texas, on Jan. 8. The team responded to a report of 60 dead birds in the urban area.

Hudson represents all enlisted members of transformed Guard
January 9, 2007
Command Sgt. Maj. David Hudson, right, the senior enlisted advisor to LTG H Steven Blum, the chief of the National Guard Bureau, talks with a Coast Guard member during a visit to National Guard troops deployed to Joint Task Force-Guantanamo on Nov. 15, 2006.

Honors from ‘sea to shining sea’
January 5, 2007
Soldiers of the Michigan Army National Guard's 126th Army Band march to their position during a practice session for former President Gerald Ford's funeral in Grand Rapids, Mich., Dec. 31, 2006. The funeral will be held Jan. 3, 2007.

National Guard rescues people, cattle after severe winter storms
January 5, 2007
Wyoming Air National Guard loadmasters aboard a C-130 Hercules aircraft watch as a 1-ton hay bale lands near a herd of cows during an emergency feeding mission in southeast Colorado Jan. 3, 2007. The hay is being dropped near La Junta, Colo., to help feed livestock that have been stranded from a snow storm that has impacted the area.