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  • Washington ANG analyzes imagery after Hurricane Michael

    Airmen from the Washington Air National Guard’s 194th Intelligence Squadron are growing their skillset and learning new ways of operating as they support Georgia in the aftermath of Hurricane Michael.  The squadron recently took on a new capability: Unclassified Processing Assessment and Dissemination (UPAD) for domestic operations (DOMOPS), said
  • Commander: Georgia Guard personnel likely saved storm victim

    DONALSONVILLE, Ga. - Georgia National Guard Soldiers and Airmen rendered emergency assistance to an elderly man in Seminole County who has been without food, water and medicine since the impact of Hurricane Michael nearly one week ago. First Lt. Christopher Long of the Augusta-based 877th Engineer Company and Tech Sgt. Eric Glass, Tech Sgt. Lauren
  • N.Y. Guard Soldiers, Airmen performing rescues post-Florence

    ROCHESTER, N.Y. - Two CH-47 Chinook heavy lift helicopters departed the New York Army National Guard flight facility in Rochester on Monday morning with eight Soldiers to assist in the Hurricane Florence response in South Carolina.The CH-47s from Company B, 3rd Battalion, 126th Aviation, were heading for the Joint National Guard Base McEntire in
  • Ky. Air Guard deploys 10 special tactics troops for Florence

    LOUISVILLE, Ky. - The Kentucky Air National Guard's 123rd Special Tactics Squadron deployed 10 special operators to the East Coast Friday in response to Tropical Storm Florence, which is bashing the Carolinas with extreme flooding. The Airmen, who can provide stand-alone communications, air traffic control, personnel recovery and paramedic
  • More than 7,000 troops ready as Hurricane Florence hits

    WASHINGTON - More than 7,000 service members - National Guard and active-duty - are standing by ready to assist as Hurricane Florence hits the Carolina coast, Defense Department officials said Thursday. Defense Secretary James N. Mattis and Deputy Defense Secretary Patrick M. Shanahan are monitoring the hurricane and the department is "leaning
  • Guard Soldiers and Airmen gearing up for Hurricane Florence

    WASHINGTON — The governors of North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia and Maryland declared states of emergency Monday as Hurricane Florence approaches the East Coast. Additionally, the mayor of Washington, D.C., declared a state of emergency due to anticipated torrential rainfall. The storm is forecast to make landfall along the Atlantic coast
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