Army National Guard

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a civilian reserve component of the United States Army comprised of guardsmen who serve during overseas peacekeeping missions and during local emergencies

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This is a great opportunity for our recruitment and activation outreach," said LTC Joseph Day, Chief Army National Guard Marketing and Advertising.
Army National Guard will use NetCracker to gain an enterprise-wide view of its national network and IT infrastructure.
Macklin, 220th Engineer Company, Missouri Army National Guard, Festus, Missouri.
year options), Parsons, as sole prime, will provide mission command training support in digital and analog environments to Army National Guard units during premobilization training.
The 133d Signal Battalion of the Illinois Army National Guard was originally organized as a signal company in 1897.
Roberts, 220th Engineer Company, Missouri Army National Guard, Festus, Missouri.
Departure ceremonies were held on 21 April for the 1343d Chemical Company at the Fort Payne Army National Guard Readiness Center, Fort Payne, Alabama, and for the 151st Chemical Battalion at the Army Guard Readiness Center in Gadsden, Alabama.
Regina Berry, Hawaii Army National Guard Public Affairs Office
About 13,000 Army National Guard soldiers have been deployed worldwide since the terrorist attacks of Sept.
She serves in the Georgia Army National Guard as deputy commander of the Joint Forces Headquarters Medical Command.
Since 1995, FATS has delivered a total of 262 systems and over 2,000 simulated weapons to the Army National Guard.
Arkansas' Army National Guard unit stationed in Jonesboro received its orders to go to Iraq in the fall.
On November 17, SPC Katherine Jashinski of the Texas Army National Guard became the first woman in the military to make a public declaration of her resistance to the Iraq War.
Recent military operations have required that the Army rely extensively on Army National Guard forces, which currently comprise over 30 percent of the ground forces in Iraq.
Missouri representative and combat engineer, Missouri National Guard; Ohio Senator Steve Stivers, lieutenant colonel, Army National Guard.
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