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  • Air National Guard Conducts Sentry Savannah Exercise

    SAVANNAH, Ga. - Approximately 775 participants and 40 aircraft from six flying units participated in the 10th year of exercise Sentry Savannah hosted by the Air Dominance Center May 6-18.Sentry Savannah is the Air National Guard’s premier fighter integration exercise. It aims to enhance fighter

  • Connecticut Guard Deploys Cloud-Based Radar/Radio Connection

    SAVANNAH, Ga. - Airmen from the 103rd Air Control Squadron, Connecticut Air National Guard, became the first National Guard unit to deploy and execute a cloud-based radar and radio connection of the Tactical Operations System-Lite (TOC-L) May 15 during exercise Sentry Savannah.The TOC-L mission took

  • Lessons in Leadership for Cobb Youth

    DOBBINS AIR RESERVE BASE, GA -- The 94th Airlift Wing and Clay Air National Guard Center co-sponsored a military leadership evening for the 2023 Cobb Youth Leadership Class, March 20.Cobb Youth Leadership is a program under the umbrella of the Leadership Cobb Alumni Association that provides

  • Guard Saved Lives, Property, Responding to 2022 Disasters

    ARLINGTON, Va. – With approximately 450,000 members, the National Guard plays a role in every element of the National Defense Strategy, including defending the homeland. Over half of its members were involved in lifesaving natural disaster responses in 2022.Throughout the year, 142,000 Guard members

  • Thousands of Guardsmen Supporting Hurricane Ian Response

    ARLINGTON, Va. – More than 5,000 National Guardsmen from multiple states are positioned across southwest and central Florida to help communities devastated by Hurricane Ian.Florida Guardsmen and others from Louisiana, New York and Tennessee – with more on the way from Georgia, Indiana, New Jersey,

  • National Guard Staged for Florida Hurricane Response

    ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla. – Some 5,000 Florida National Guard troops were ready Wednesday to help residents in the wake of Hurricane Ian, a massive storm making landfall in heavily populated southwest Florida.Florida Guard members and equipment were staged at armories and bases, with another 2,000

  • New Air National Guard Exercise Tests Agility in Michigan

    ALPENA, Mich. – Air National Guard Airmen and aircraft from around the country are conducting the first Air National Guard Readiness Exercise Program event, Agile Rage 22. This exercise is hosted by the Alpena Combat Readiness Training Center, part of the National All-Domain Warfighting Center in

  • WMD civil support teams train on land, sea, in air

    PINELLAS PARK, Fla. – National Guard civil support teams from six states are training with local, state and federal agencies this week in Operation Night Hammer.The three-day exercise is conducted in the air and on land and the sea May 22-24 with National Guard CSTs from Florida, New York, Illinois,

  • Georgia National Guard assists with COVID-19 response

    MARIETTA, Ga. – Members of the Georgia National Guard will help out at 15 COVID testing sites and 11 hospitals, handling logistical and administrative functions so that staff can spend more time with patients.“The Georgia National Guard is answering the call to COVID response missions as we have in

  • Georgia Guard strengthens cyber capability at exercise

    AUGUSTA, Ga. – Members of the Georgia National Guard participated in Cyber Dawg 21, a live-action cybersecurity exercise Sept. 13-17 at the Georgia Cyber Center.The Georgia Technology Center created and led Cyber Dawg 21 to practice and refine cyberattack response by state agencies. Soldiers and