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  • Airman deploys for hurricane support, returns with new friend

    When Staff Sgt. John Cox, an air transportation specialist assigned to the 109th Airlift Wing, deployed to Aguadilla, Puerto Rico, Oct. 9, he assumed he would be helping the local people recover from Hurricane Maria; he did not expect to bring home a four-legged addition to his family.

  • ANG support key to media coverage of hurricanes

    "Communicating the military mission lets those affected by disaster know that they are not forgotten and help is underway."That's what Kim Cornett, a senior producer at NBC News said Sept. 26 about working with the Air National Guard to bring national media coverage to the humanitarian disasters in