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Airmen from the New York Air National Guard's 109th Airlift Wing spent two weeks carving a snow and ice "ski-way" on this uninhabited High Arctic Island so ski-equipped LC-130s could transport supplies in support of the Canadian Forces Operation Nunalivut. Go Guard!
LITTLE CORNWALLIS ISLAND, Nunavut, Canada—Eight Airmen from the New York Air National Guard
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Go guard Sparky approves I think the skid plate in my head shifted you people Rock blessings to you and your family
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Were you guys standing downwind when the pot field was burning?
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Today, approximately 900 Guard members from Louisiana, Mississippi National Guard and Texas  are on duty responding to flooding. Go Guard!
BATON ROUGE, La. – The Louisiana National Guard was continuing Monday to assist local agencies respond to significant flooding from north to south, working around the clock since March 9. The LANG, as
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March is Women's History Month. In this historic year for women in the military, we celebrate not only how far we've come, but the trailblazers who led the way.
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Happy Presidents' Day! Can you name the Presidents that served in the #NationalGuard at some point in their lives?
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George Jones was just 16 years old when he joined the New York National Guard in 1939...
Brig. Gen. George Jones has a statue and street named in his honor. He is also one of this year's 1010 WINS Black History Month honorees.
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We know all of our military children are amazing, but these seven are the service winners of this year's Military Child of the Year award! #KidsServeToo
By Katie Lange DoD News, Defense Media Activity. Military children deal with a lot, which makes them a very special part of our society – so much so that the Department of Defense dedicates the whole month of April to them. But did you know there is also a Military Child of the Year award for ...
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Happy St. Patrick's Day! Today, the New York Army National Guard's "Fighting 69th" lead the world's largest St. Patrick's Day Parade for the 165th time. Go Guard!
NEW YORK - The New York National Guard
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Since March 9, +Louisiana National Guard  members have rescued more than 4,600 citizens and more than 500 pets while assisting local officials respond to devastating floods. #GuardFact  
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People first of course but having your pet can be very comforting. A missing pet would be very distressing.
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Watch these Louisiana National Guard members rescue citizens from the flood waters in a Black Hawk helicopter. Go Guard! 
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The +USArmy is on the eve of rolling out new MOS-specific, gender-neutral fitness tests, and new details have begun to emerge. The tests “should be good to go by June,” said Patrick Murphy, acting Army secretary.
The Army is on the eve of rolling out new MOS-specific, gender-neutral fitness tests, and new details have begun to emerge.
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The opening of all positions in conventional force units to women now means the +USArmy no longer has a separate policy for assigning women soldiers.
The Army secretary issued orders Jan. 29 that effectively open all Army jobs to women.
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