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  • Connecticut Guard members deliver food to families

    DAYVILLE, Conn. – Members of the Connecticut National Guard partnered with the American Red Cross and the Department of Emergency Management to deliver boxes of food to families. Through the Farmers to Families Food Box program, food that was destined for restaurants and bulk purchasers is rerouted to food-insecure households. The federal
  • Airman Leadership School students overcome COVID-19 setback

    JOINT BASE PEARL HARBOR-HICKAM, Hawaii – For many Airmen, the transition from a junior-enlisted service member to a noncommissioned officer is one of the most pivotal milestones in their career. While pinning on the rank of staff sergeant is usually achieved by enrolling in Airman Leadership School, one class of Hawaii Air National Guard Airmen
  • 167th Airmen provide COVID-19 testing and other support

    MARTINSBURG, W.Va. – Since early on in the global pandemic, the 167th Airlift Wing has supported West Virginia COVID-19 response efforts with manpower, resources and time.The 167th Medical Group Expeditionary Community Testing Detachment for COVID-19 supported a community testing event Sept. 30 at the West Virginia University Recreation Center in
  • Connecticut National Guard helps distribute masks to schools

    WEST HARTFORD, Conn. – The Connecticut National Guard is helping both the Connecticut State Department of Education and Division of Emergency Management and Homeland Security distribute masks to school districts throughout the state as many transition back to in-person or hybrid learning.Airmen and Soldiers helped distribute approximately 100,000
  • Michigan National Guard helps get food to those in need

    The Michigan National Guard is helping a charitable food distribution network complete its mission despite the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic.Michigan Citizen-Soldiers and Citizen-Airmen spent part of August working at the Forgotten Harvest food bank in Royal Oak, helping sort, process and ship the 138,000 pounds of food the charity delivers
  • Connecticut Air Guard squadrons collaborate to safely train

    EAST LYME, Conn. – The COVID-19 pandemic has presented new challenges to training large groups. The week of Sept. 10, members of the 103rd Civil Engineer Squadron, 103rd Security Forces Squadron, 103rd Logistics Readiness Squadron, and 103rd Medical Group conducted key readiness training while protecting the health of participants. The 103rd Civil
  • 185th mobilization exercise continues despite COVID-19 and hurricane

    The Iowa Air National Guard’s 185th Air Refueling Wing from Sioux City, Iowa decided to continue with their mobility exercise this week after making a last minute decision to move the event away from the Gulf Coast because of Hurricane Sally.
  • 167th Airlift Wing helps with voluntary COVID-19 mapping

    MARTINSBURG, W.Va. – Members of the 167th Airlift Wing continue to guide residents through the uncertainty of the COVID-19 pandemic. Eight unit members are conducting voluntary COVID-19 mapping for the Berkeley and Jefferson County Health Departments. They are contacting people who have tested for the coronavirus and guiding them through quarantine
  • Eastern Air Defense adjusts to COVID-19 to continue mission

    ROME, N.Y. – The COVID-19 pandemic has forced military units large and small to find creative ways to maintain a healthy force while still defending the nation.One of these organizations is the 224th Air Defense Group (ADG), the New York Air National Guard unit that provides the personnel for the Eastern Air Defense Sector’s (EADS) federal
  • Michigan National Guard helps test food workers for COVID-19

    HOLLAND, Mich. – Protecting all Michigan residents, including seasonal food workers, is a tall order. The Michigan National Guard is helping. At the beginning of August, the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services put out an emergency order requiring all agricultural and food processing workers who are living in migrant housing camps be
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