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  • Two of the Army's newest helicopters worked their first wildfire missions recently as the California National Guard supported state agencies battling the deadly Camp Fire in Northern California.

  • As we enter the holiday season, let's all take a moment to reflect on our accomplishments and achievements over the past year. This year, National Guard units supported emergency relief operations at home by responding to multiple disasters while other units remained engaged in the warfight. The success of our Nation's response continues to be the citizen-Soldiers and Airmen of the National Guard.

  • When the National Guard celebrates its 382nd birthday Thursday, skeptics might ask the obvious question: "How can the National Guard be 140 years older than the nation, and exist more than two centuries before it popularly took on the name National Guard?"

  • Cpl. Francisco Ramos Rivera, a 19 year-old Puerto Rican from Aibonito and member of the 24th Infantry Division, was declared missing in action (MIA) during the Korean War in 1950.

  • When the National Museum of the United States Army opens to the public outside Washington, D.C. in 2020, six New York Army National Guard Soldiers will be a permanent part of it.

  • If a natural disaster hits, the Washington National Guard aviators will have to work with multiple agencies at a moment's notice.

  • In the aftermath of Hurricane Florence and during recent Northern California wildfires, Army National Guard members deployed two types of unmanned aircraft systems that allowed for greater coordination of response efforts.