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  • The typical adult human body contains five liters of blood. Responsible for transporting oxygen and nutrients to the cells and removing waste on its return trip through miles of arteries, veins and capillaries, blood is life.

  • Soldiers from the Kansas Army National Guard and Army Reserve units worked with Task Force 38, Canadian Army, to provide humanitarian support to Native American reservations throughout South Dakota during the Golden Coyote training exercise, June 12-18.

  • As part of the State Partnership Program (SPP), Kentucky National Guard Chaplain Col. Yong K. Cho, state command chaplain and Chaplain Lt. Col. Bill Draper, senior state support chaplain, visited Djibouti, Africa, in May during Ramadan.

  • Hidden beneath twigs and weeds, three snipers' stomachs are flat on the ground, dirt and grime on their faces. It's a 90-degree day. A drip of sweat rolls down into the lead sniper's eye, stinging and smearing the camouflage paint down his face.

  • Members of the South Dakota National Guard's 842nd Engineer Company are participating in the Golden Coyote training exercise by building a road at Wind Cave National Park, June 10-20.

  • Let's chat retirement for a quick minute. You took the Blended Retirement System training last year, right? Probably because your boss told you to get it done so she could report 100 percent completion for your unit, right? And it was probably the most boring two hours of your life, right? So, now that we're halfway through 2018, how much do you actually remember about BRS and retirement from that training? Not much, am I right?

  • Soldiers from the Idaho Army National Guard's 116th Brigade Engineer Battalion and the Army Reserve's 321st Engineer Battalion conducted a live-fire M58 Mine Clearing Line Charge (MICLIC) range June 13, 2018, at the Orchard Combat Training Center, Boise, Idaho, in support of the 116th Cavalry Brigade Combat Team's eXportable Combat Training Capability rotation.