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  • NAPA, Calif. -- While California Army National Guard Soldiers are responding to the Northern California wildfires, they have received an incredible outpouring of support from the local communities. From the point of view of many of the Guardsmen on the ground, there are not enough words to express thanks for the generosity received from local civilians.

  • NIAGARA FALLS AIR RESERVE STATION, N.Y. (Oct. 20, 2017) - 125 Soldiers of the 152nd Engineer Support Company, New York Army National Guard, deployed from here to Puerto Rico, Oct. 19, 2017.

    The engineers are deploying to provide continued hurricane relief to Puerto Rico, where they will do such tasks as debris removal, clean up and restoring lines of communication. Heavy construction equipment belonging to the 152nd ESC already shipped from New Jersey on Oct. 13.

  • The California Army National Guard respectfully honored a volunteer firefighter who died in the Northern California wildfires.

  • Something should be said about the outpouring of support given to the California Army National Guard during their response to the Northern California wildfires.

  • SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico -- In the western part of Puerto Rico, near the coastal towns of Aguadilla, Isabela, and Quebradillas, water treatment specialists from the 105th Quartermaster Water Purification and Distribution Company, Puerto Rico Army National Guard, are helping their neighbors by purifying water from the river and the ocean.

  • More than 150 South Carolina National Guard Soldiers from five different engineer units in the 59th Troop Command continue providing support in Puerto Rico since packing their chainsaws and boarding aircraft at McEntire Joint National Guard Base in South Carolina over two weeks ago, beginning October 1, 2017. They were requested to assist recovery efforts to help the citizens of Puerto Rico as they struggled to rebuild their communities and their lives in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria that devastated the island.

  • Forty-fifth Infantry Brigade Combat Team Soldiers deployed in support of the Joint Multinational Training Group-Ukraine typically spend their days mentoring the Ukrainian army, but in-between training rotations, the Thunderbirds have found other creative ways to give back to their host country-this month JMTG-U Soldiers brought joy to the children of Ukraine in the form of a toy drive for the local pediatric hospital.