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Maj. Gen. Marc H. Sasseville, deputy director of the Air National Guard, addresses the Air Directorate Field Advisory Council meeting at Joint Base Andrews Md., February 7, 2018. The ADFAC brings more than 20 Weapons System Councils together to openly discuss policy, current issues and priorities. The information gathered from the meeting will be circulated throughout the ANG and used to improve readiness and relevancy. (Air National Guard photo by Master Sgt. Marvin R. Preston)

Maj. Gen. Marc H. Sasseville, deputy director of the Air National Guard, addresses the Air Directorate Field Advisory Council meeting at Joint Base Andrews Md., February 7, 2018. The ADFAC brings more than 20 Weapons System Councils together to openly discuss policy, current issues and priorities. The information gathered from the meeting will be circulated throughout the ANG and used to improve readiness and relevancy. (Air National Guard photo by Master Sgt. Marvin R. Preston)

Col. Patrick R. Renwick, commander of the 122nd Fighter Wing, Indiana Air National Guard, listens to remarks by Maj. Gen. Marc H. Sasseville, deputy director of the ANG, during the Air Directorate Field Advisory Council meeting at Joint Base Andrews Md., February 7, 2018. The ADFAC brings more than 20 Weapons System Councils together to openly discuss policy, current issues and priorities. The information gathered from the meeting will be circulated throughout the ANG and used to improve readiness and relevancy. (Air National Guard photo by Master Sgt. Marvin R. Preston)

Col. Patrick R. Renwick, commander of the 122nd Fighter Wing, Indiana Air National Guard, listens to remarks by Maj. Gen. Marc H. Sasseville, deputy director of the ANG, during the Air Directorate Field Advisory Council meeting at Joint Base Andrews Md., February 7, 2018. The ADFAC brings more than 20 Weapons System Councils together to openly discuss policy, current issues and priorities. The information gathered from the meeting will be circulated throughout the ANG and used to improve readiness and relevancy. (Air National Guard photo by Master Sgt. Marvin R. Preston)

Maj. Gen. Marc H. Sasseville, deputy director of the Air National Guard, addresses the Air Directorate Field Advisory Council meeting at Joint Base Andrews Md., February 7, 2018. The ADFAC brings more than 20 Weapons System Councils together to openly discuss policy, current issues and priorities. The information gathered from the meeting will be circulated throughout the ANG and used to improve readiness and relevancy. (Air National Guard photo by Master Sgt. Marvin R. Preston)

Maj. Gen. Marc H. Sasseville, deputy director of the Air National Guard, addresses the Air Directorate Field Advisory Council meeting at Joint Base Andrews Md., February 7, 2018. The ADFAC brings more than 20 Weapons System Councils together to openly discuss policy, current issues and priorities. The information gathered from the meeting will be circulated throughout the ANG and used to improve readiness and relevancy. (Air National Guard photo by Master Sgt. Marvin R. Preston)

Maj. Gen. Marc H. Sasseville, deputy director of the Air National Guard, addresses the Air Directorate Field Advisory Council meeting at Joint Base Andrews Md., February 7, 2018. The ADFAC brings more than 20 Weapons System Councils together to openly discuss policy, current issues and priorities. The information gathered from the meeting will be circulated throughout the ANG and used to improve readiness and relevancy.

Maj. Gen. Marc H. Sasseville, deputy director of the Air National Guard, addresses the Air Directorate Field Advisory Council meeting at Joint Base Andrews Md., February 7, 2018. The ADFAC brings more than 20 Weapons System Councils together to openly discuss policy, current issues and priorities. The information gathered from the meeting will be circulated throughout the ANG and used to improve readiness and relevancy.


DDANG speaks to ADFAC attendees

Maj. Gen. Marc H. Sasseville, deputy director of the Air National Guard, addresses the Air Directorate Field Advisory Council meeting at Joint Base Andrews Md., February 7, 2018. The ADFAC brings more than 20 separate Weapons System Councils together to openly discuss policy, current issues and priorities. The information gathered from the meeting will be circulated throughout the ANG and used to improve readiness and relevancy.

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