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  • Since its inception nearly 400 years ago, a diverse population of National Guard members have protected the communities where they live and serve. It's a key reason, noted Army Gen Frank Grass, why they have succeeded in combat and homeland response.

  • The Kingdom of Tonga proved once again recently why it is known as the "Friendly Islands" after hosting another State Partnership Program exchange with members of the Nevada National Guard

  • Gen. Frank J. Grass, Chief of the National Guard Bureau, visited New Mexico National Guard Airmen and Soldiers April 29-30, 2016.

  • Preparation paid off as eight cooks from the New York Army National Guard's 642nd Aviation Support Battalion took their shot at winning the annual Army-wide cooking competition on Friday, April 29.

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    A group of 20 Airmen volunteers from the D.C. Air National Guard and the ANG Readiness Center arrived early on the morning of Saturday April 30, at Forestville, Maryland, with one goal: to make a difference in their community, especially for one individual. 


    The Airmen were volunteers with the Prince George's County's "Christmas in April" program, which provided Forestville community member Grace Williams to welcome the DCANG construction specialists to repair her 65-year-old home.
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  • After five days of grueling competition, Georgia National Guard Specialist Joseph Broam and Florida National Guard Staff Sergeant Travis Ugarte took home the top honors while competing against Guardsmen from nine different states and territories in the Region III Army National Guard Best Warrior Competition.

  • A Citizen Soldier not only puts the uniform on to defend the country in times of war, he or she serves the community in which he or she lives. No matter the disaster/event--tornados, floods, hurricanes, fires or inaugurations--just to name a few, a Citizen Soldier is always ready and always there.