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Secretary of Defense Ash Carter is kicking off a national discussion on building the ‪#‎ForceoftheFuture‬. Learn more at defense.gov or by following U.S. Department of Defense (DOD).
Wanna be a daredevil? Find out more at defense.gov. #ForceoftheFuture
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Service members should use caution on social media. Check this video out to see how you can protect your privacy.
Service members should use caution on social media. Check this video out to see how you can protect your privacy.
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What are your thoughts on this latest policy change?
Soldiers can now wear the Army Combat Uniform while traveling on commercial planes, trains or automobiles. The change is effective immediately.
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Everyone of any branch should no it's a true gift to have one. So show it :) #300
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Help us honor the service and sacrifice of Chief Warrant Officer 4 George Wayne Griffin Jr, Chief Warrant Officer 4 George David Strother, Staff Sgt. Lance Bergeron, and Staff Sgt. Thomas Florich, all of the Louisiana National Guard. ‪#‎HonortheFallen‬

http://www.nationalguard.mil/News/ArticleView/tabid/5563/Article/580591/louisiana-national-guard-members-in-helicopter-crash-identified-remembered.aspx
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It is the coldest, driest, and windiest place on Earth. There is no further or more remote deployment military personnel can be sent on...
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General Frank J. Grass: Our thoughts and prayers this morning are with the National Guard Soldiers and U.S. Marine Corps Marines missing after an overnight helicopter crash during training in Florida, and with their families and friends.
Eleven U.S. military members were presumed dead Wednesday morning, according to a U.S. Defense official, after their Army Black Hawk crashed off Florida.
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"The humans are missing we can recover them Healthy and Fine..
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God Bless them with humanitarian support..
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How has your community supported the National Guard?
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"Your National Guard is a proven option for rapid, cost-effective and seamless expansion of our armed forces,” General Frank J. Grass told Congress.
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"Fighting fires with helicopters can be a dangerous undertaking, but our helicopter pilots and their crews are highly trained..." said Col. Max Moss, of the Oklahoma National Guard. "We want to do our part to assist the firefighters."
Oklahoma Army National Guard UH-60 "Blackhawk" helicopters based in Lexington, Okla., assisted firefighters in western Oklahoma Tuesday afternoon as they battle to contain a large wildfire that has consumed about 37 square miles, according to reports.
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“By tailoring it to the youth population, it enables us to have a stronger and more resilient [Guard] family,” Robin Cordovez, acting program manager for the Child and Youth Programs Branch, said.
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“Today, as you can imagine, is a tough day for the Louisiana National Guard and the Marine Corps,” said Maj. Gen. Glenn H. Curtis, adjutant general of the Louisiana National Guard.
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I was lucky enough to survive a crash in the Gulf War this is a terrible tragedy
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Brigadier General Alicia Tate-Nadeau spoke after the promotion ceremony about the opportunities the National Guard provides, regardless of gender. Help us congratulate her!
The Illinois National Guard has its first female brigadier general.
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