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A line of HH-60G Pave Hawks from the 943rd Rescue Group, Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, Ariz., 176th Wing, Kulis Air National Guard Base, Alaska, and 129th Rescue Wing, Moffett Federal Airfield, Calif., supporting Joint Task Force 129, sit on the flightline at Ellington Field in Houston on Sept. 3. The aircraft were relocated to Kelly Field in San Antonio on Sept. 11 in preparation for Hurricane Ike hitting the Texas and Louisiana Gulf Coast. (U.S. Air Force photo/Technical Sgt. Ray Aquino) California Air National Guard assists Texas for Hurricane Ike
California Air National Guardsmen from the 129th Rescue Wing, deployed from here to Ellington Field in Houston for Hurricane Ike search and rescue support operations relocated Sept. 11 to Kelly Field in San Antonio because of Hurricane Ike's projected path. Assigned to Joint Task Force 129, the 129th Rescue Wing people and equipment deployed Aug.
0 9/12
2008
Default Air Force Logo Guard couples strengthen their marriages at "Strong Bonds" seminar
"Communications saves lives on the battlefield. It saves marriages, too." That was a major theme that Chaplain (Lt. Col.) Antonio Daggett stressed at the National Guard Strong Bonds Marriage Seminar held at the Embassy Suites Hotel in Old Town Alexandria, Va., on Sept. 5-7. About 20 Guard couples attended the retreat geared to strengthen marriages
0 9/11
2008
Default Air Force Logo Texas National Guard evacuates citizens for Hurricane Ike
Nine Air National Guard C-130 transports from three states configured for medical air evacuation began transporting special-needs patients from the Corpus Christi area this morning in preparation for Hurricane Ike's expected landfall on Saturday. The mission falls under the Gov. Rick Perry's Department of Emergency Management plan to evacuate
0 9/11
2008
Default Air Force Logo National Guard in four states prepare for Hanna
Officials in four states along the East Coast are employing their National Guard units as Tropical Storm Hanna nears. Officials in Florida, Georgia, South Carolina and North Carolina have almost 40,000 Army and Air National Guard members available to their governors, if needed. This includes almost 11,000 in North Carolina, 9,000 in Florida, 11,000
0 9/05
2008
Default Air Force Logo Mullen praises Guard response to Hurricane Gustav
The chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff today praised the U.S. military, in particular the National Guard, for its role in the government's response to Hurricane Gustav, which lashed the Louisiana coast yesterday. The National Guard has more than 14,000 citizen-soldiers and -airmen deployed to the Gulf Coast, according to the latest Defense
0 9/04
2008
A group of displaced persons from New Orleans board a bus the Kentucky Air National Guard Base in Louiville for transportation to a Red Cross Shelter on Aug. 30. The 178 evacuees arrived at the Kentucky Air Guard Base aboard a commercial airliner at 9:20 p.m. Eastern Time. Air Guard members airlift, assist thousands of Gustav displaced
With tens of thousands of Gulf Coast residents in the potential path of Hurricane Gustav during the Labor Day weekend, Air National Guard members put aside their last minute school shopping and back yard picnics to bring their states' Guard airpower to the displaced. Taking to the skies Aug. 30-31 were Air Guard aeromedical evacuation squadrons
0 9/04
2008
President George W. Bush poses with Airmen from the 59th Medical Wing and Texas Air National Guard 149th Fighter Wing who volunteered to help process over 700 evacuees of Hurricane Gustav at Port San Antonio Sept 1. 
(U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Bennie J. Davis III) Bush Praises Cooperation in Hurricane Response
Cooperation among federal, state, local governments and non-governmental agencies has been much better as Hurricane Gustav hit the Gulf Coast than it was when Hurricane Katrina hit in 2005, emergency officials said. Speaking in Austin, Texas, today, President Bush praised the governors of Alabama, Louisiana, Mississippi and Texas, saying "there was
0 9/02
2008
Tech. Sgt. Krystal Marks, 43rd Aerospace Medicine Squadron and Senior Airman Payden Forkum, 43rd Medical Operations Squadron, provide care to an elderly woman at the Lakefront Airport in Louisiana August 31. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Mindy Bloem) Hurricane Gustav -- Airmen ready and helping
During the Labor Day weekend, Americans have been keeping their eyes on Hurricane Gustav. Active-duty, Guard and Reserve Airmen have been doing their part supporting hurricane evacuation and relief missions along with their civilian and federal agency counterparts. On this third anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, Airmen are in key locations
0 9/02
2008
Tech. Sgt. Lee Hoover, an Air Force News Agency broadcaster, interviews Master Sgt. Glenn Coughlin Sept. 1 at the Hurricane Gustav Joint Field Office in Baton Rouge, La.  Sergeant Coughlin, with the Louisiana Air National Guard’s 159th Fighter Wing at Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base-New Orleans just north of New Orleans, is a logistics supply specialist assigned to assist Federal Emergency Management Agency officials during evacuation and relief efforts.    (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Shawn Weismiller) Chertoff: Air Force, Guard vital to hurricane relief efforts
As Hurricane Gustav made landfall on the Gulf Coast, the secretary of the Department of Homeland Security praised the men and women of the Air Force and the National Guard for their efforts during preparations for the storm. Secretary Michael Chertoff said the services were especially useful to help evacuate people with medical needs, such as
0 9/02
2008
Default Air Force Logo Hurricane Gustav Slams Into Louisiana
With Hurricane Gustav hitting the southwestern Louisiana coast, all preparations have been made. "Now, we pray," said an official at the Federal Emergency Management Agency today. More than 7,000 National Guardsmen from Florida to Texas have been called up for state missions and are patrolling New Orleans and other cities and towns in the region.
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2008
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