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a civilian reserve component of the United States Air Force that provides prompt mobilization during war and assistance during national emergencies

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It is my great privilege to be here today with the dedicated professionals of America's militia and so many of the frontline Air Guard leaders from around the nation.
Some 41,500 of these were Army and Air Guard members, while about 17,500 were active-duty personnel.
I was stressing," said Sergeant Simmons, an air guard technician in the logistics readiness squadron.
For most of them, like the men above, the breather went on for 40 years of full-time service with their Air Guard unit as flight engineers, maintenance crews and mechanics.
Additionally, participants will learn more about how Air Guard serves locally and globally, and identify opportunities that will help them achieve their educational and career goals.
The 16 Air Guard physicians, dentists, nurses and technicians joined the Army Guard's decontamination and security Soldiers to round out the team.
Piasecki Aircraft Corporation (PiAC) announced today the successful completion of their Phase 1 Air Guard Technology Demonstrator flight test program.
The National Guard Bureau has authorized the wing to establish a ground-control station for the MQ-9 Reaper at Horsham Air Guard Base effective Oct.
Kostelnik said he was confident that the North Dakota Air Guard could begin to fly CBP missions in the spring.
Credit for all lives saved in Alaska is about equally divided among Civil Air Patrol, Air Guard, Army Guard and municipal forces, he said.
Since that time, the Air Guard began to consider other shelter options.
Air Force Reserve's 911th Airlift Wing, as well as the 171st Air Refueling Wing and the 258th Air Traffic Control Squadron of the Pennsylvania Air Guard, plays in the defense of this country,'' Corbett said.
The Mississippi Air Guard plans to open the $10 million facility to all C-17 crews who require assault runway training in their half-million ton aircraft, Cross added.
More than 2,500 Army and Air Guard troops in five states and the District of Columbia rescued victims from flood waters, patrolled towns, hauled drinking water and cleared highways after Hurricane Isabel roared ashore in North Carolina in late September.
I then served 13 years on active duty, joined the Air Guard, retired and have been an Air Force civilian for 16 years.