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New seals a ‘singular representation’ of Army, Air Guard

Army Gen. Daniel Hokanson, Chief of the National Guard Bureau, recently approved three new seals, representing the National Guard Bureau, Army National Guard and Air National Guard. The NGB seal change was done to pay respect to the bureau’s history, while the Army National Guard Seal was changed and an Air National Guard Seal established to develop a more singular representation of all the National Guards of the States, Territories, and the District of Columbia.

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