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  • Uncommon female chaplains serve country, creator

    It sounds like the start of a joke. Four female ministers - an Episcopalian, a Unitarian Universalist, a Southern Baptist and an African Methodist Episcopal - all join the military .... But there's no punch line here, just four strong-willed pioneers, who work in a career field with few others of the female persuasion. During women's history month
  • Air Guard engineers prepare for involuntary deployment

    Air National Guard civil engineer squadrons manned by hundreds of construction and repair experts will involuntary deploy overseas in historic numbers and scope during the next 24 months, senior Air Guard officials confirmed here recently. The mobilizations involve nearly one-eighth of the Air Guard's civil engineer squadrons and differ from
  • Wyatt names new ANG deputy director

    A new deputy director of the Air National Guard was announced by Lt. Gen. Bud Wyatt, the director of the Air National Guard today. Maj. Gen. Patrick J. Moisio, an Arizona Guardsman, will succeed Brig. Gen. Stanley Clarke III, who took a position as the military assistant to the Air Force Deputy Chief of Staff, Strategic Plans and Programs last
  • Director: Air Guard attracts cyberforce for DoD

    The Air National Guard can attract talent other components find hard to reach, a senior Guard official said Feb. 27 at the Air Force Association's 25th Annual Air Warfare Symposium and Technology Exposition. It's hard for the armed forces to compete with the private-sector salaries paid to computer technology wizards, Lt. Gen. Harry Wyatt, the 14th
  • McKinley visits Guardmembers during CENTCOM trip

    The National Guard's first four-star general visited with citizen-Soldiers and -Airmen serving in Afghanistan, Iraq and Kuwait this week in dozens of formal briefings, town hall meetings and tours to "gauge their thoughts" about the missions they are performing. "I feel it's important to visit the Soldiers and Airmen of the National Guard in
  • Army, Air Guard at full strength, directors tell Congress

    The Army National Guard is over strength and the Air National Guard has met its end strength for the first time since 2002, the directors told Congress on Tuesday. "This is a new era for us," said Lt. Gen. Clyde Vaughn, the director of the Army National Guard. "We've never been in this position with this kind of strength. This is the strongest Army
  • Full spectrum of capabilities needed for Guard missions

    Living up to the National Guard's motto of "Always Ready, Always There" requires a full spectrum of capabilities, a senior National Guard official told an audience here at the Domestic Operations Conference today. "How do you take things that work in our community and make them sustaining programs of record? That's the challenge," said Army Maj.
  • Muncy announced as Air Guard Command Chief

    Chief Master Sgt. Christopher Muncy from the Ohio Air National Guard was announced as the Air Guard's next command chief here today. As ANG command chief, Muncy will serve as the senior advisor to Lt. Gen. Harry M. Wyatt, director of the Air Guard on matters concerning the readiness, morale, welfare, proper use and progress of more than 90,000
  • National Guard planners prepare for 2009 hurricane season

    One team, one fight is the mantra for local, state and federal leaders preparing for a 2009 hurricane season that forecasters say could include nine major storms. "If that forecast is even close to being accurate, the timing of this [workshop] is vital to us being ready," said Gen. Craig McKinley, the chief of the National Guard Bureau, at a
  • Generals re-enforce 'Citizenship Day' with core values

    Two Air Force generals visited a Greenpoint neighborhood elementary school in Brooklyn, N.Y., Feb. 11 during the school's Citizenship Day, as part of school-wide programs to instill pride in America and community service. The generals, Maj. Gen. Darren McDew, director of Air Force Public Affairs, and Brig. Gen. Allyson Solomon, the assistant

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