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  • Michigan Guard, Liberia Conduct Casualty Response Exercise

    DAUZON, Liberia – A joint team of Michigan Army and Air National Guard medical professionals worked with Armed Forces of Liberia staff to create a preliminary mass casualty response plan for the AFL’s 14 Military Hospital. The weeklong event culminated May 24 with exercise scenarios. About 40 AFL

  • Sierra Leone to Partner with Michigan National Guard, Liberia

    LANSING, Mich. - The Republic of Sierra Leone Armed Forces (RSLAF) is joining the State Partnership Program as an additional member of the existing partnership between the Michigan National Guard and the Armed Forces of Liberia.Michigan and Liberia have been partners under the SPP since 2009.“This

  • MING conducts public affairs workshop with Latvia, Liberia

    LANSING, Mich. – More than 25 public affairs specialists from the Michigan National Guard, Latvian National Armed Forces, and the Armed Forces of Liberia teamed up April 12-22 to hold a virtual storytelling workshop under the Department of Defense National Guard Bureau State Partnership Program.The

  • Common goals strengthen MING-Latvia-Liberia relationship

    MONROVIA, Liberia – Situated 700 miles south of Africa’s Sahara Desert and 435 miles north of the equator, Monrovia rarely dips below 70 degrees Fahrenheit. It’s a sub-Saharan beachside paradise teeming with lush green fauna and palm trees.Ties to the United States are deep and unmistakable. Liberia

  • Liberian perseveres, becomes Oklahoma National Guard captain

    TULSA, Okla. – Capt. Robert S. Gaygay, 138th Medical Group preventative health assessment officer in charge, fled Liberia during a civil war and, through perseverance and determination, became an officer in the Oklahoma Air National Guard. Gaygay was one of 25 Airmen from the 138th Fighter Wing who