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ANGRC celebrates Air Force 67th birthday

67 plus years of airpower

Air National Guard Director discusses three-part 'balanced strategy' at conference

ANG Airmen perform communications upgrades

Arizona ANG hosts Kazakhstan for first-ever NCO exchange

ANG unit participates in Sexual Assault Prevention and Response stand-down day

Missouri ANG hosts training for avionics merger

106th Rescue Wing participates in regional emergency management training

Leadership development is focus for Airmen at ELS

140 US ANG Airmen bring air power to Europe for Steadfast Javelin II

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2 September 1918. 1st Lt. Field E. Kindley, a former Kansas Guardsman, scored his fifth aerial kill. He ended World War I with 11 victories.

26 September 1920. Encouraged by Governor Joseph Alfred Arner Burnquist, three members of the Minnesota National Guard - Capt. Ray S. Miller, Lt. Col. William Garis, the Assistant Adjutant General, and Brig. Gen. Walter Rhinow, the Adjutant General - launched a flight to Washington, DC from St. Paul on a rented airplane to successfully lobby the Militia Bureau and the Army Air Service to form a National Guard aviation unit in their state.

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