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  • New Mexico Guard command centers support COVID-19 mission

    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – The Unit Command Centers for the 150th Special Operations Wing and the 210th RED HORSE Squadron are coordinating more than 200 Airmen in support of the New Mexico Joint Task Force state mission during the COVID-19 pandemic.Because of the lack of resources and supplies in many regions of New Mexico, Airmen and Soldiers have
  • Called to comfort: Mass. military chaplains provide support during COVID-19

    During these challenging times, people are seeking comfort and compassion to help them not only with any medical issues they may be facing, but also the emotional challenges that come with increased stress. Chaplains from the Massachusetts National Guard (MANG), as well as the Massachusetts Organized Militia, have been visiting Soldiers and Airmen throughout the state to provide additional spiritual support during the COVID-19 response efforts. 
  • National Guard supports Brighton Rehab and Wellness Center

    BEAVER, Pa. – Soldiers and Airmen from the Pennsylvania National Guard are supporting the Brighton Rehab and Wellness Center, providing medical, administrative and cleaning services.The Pennsylvania Task Force West service members and other members from across the state answered the call within 24 hours and were fitted for personal protective
  • Michigan Guard helps test at long-term care homes, prisons

    SAULT STE. MARIE, Mich. – The Michigan National Guard is sweeping across Michigan’s Upper Peninsula (U.P.), helping test people for COVID-19 at long-term care facilities and prisons.“The Michigan Army and Air National Guard have been asked by the state to support the Michigan State Police (MSP) and Michigan Department of Corrections (MDOC) in
  • PA Air, Army Guard join together for ventilator training

    FORT INDIANTOWN GAP, Pa. – Soldiers and Airmen from the Pennsylvania National Guard joined forces for ventilator training at the Medical Simulation Training Center (MSTC) May 6.“We were working on our ventilator training today with Colonel (Ryan) Harris, instructing us on how to properly use the ventilators if needed in a situation,” said Maj.
  • KY Guard members balance civilian jobs, COVID-19 mission

    FRANKFORT, Ky. – More than 800 Soldiers and Airmen in the Kentucky National Guard are helping numerous agencies in response to the coronavirus pandemic.Many have left their civilian jobs to step up and fill the gap to aid their fellow citizens who have found themselves in need during the COVID-19 outbreak.Robert Acosta has played the clarinet for
  • Maj. Tori Scearbo: NH Air National Guardsman and Guardian Angel

    Maj. Tori Scearbo is one of thousands of state medical professionals working the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic. She has been taking care of patients since the virus spread to New Hampshire in March.
  • Wisconsin Guard conducting mobile testing around state

    MADISON, Wis. – Twenty-five specimen collection teams from the Wisconsin National Guard are helping local and state health officials increase the state's COVID-19 testing capacity.More than 600 Soldiers and Airmen established mobile testing sites at correctional facilities and health clinics, private businesses and community-based testing sites.As
  • Guard's COVID-19 response is largest since Hurricane Katrina

    ARLINGTON, Va. - Almost 47,000 Soldiers and Airmen from the National Guard are activated to help fight COVID-19 in the Guard’s largest domestic response effort since Hurricane Katrina in 2005. More than 51,000 Guard members responded to Katrina. While Katrina response efforts were in a concentrated area along the Gulf Coast, COVID-19 response
  • Kansas National Guard helps extend the life of N95 masks

    TOPEKA, Kan. – The Kansas National Guard is helping state and local health officials address the shortage of N95 medical masks by assisting in decontaminating masks so they can be used again.N95 Masks that would be disposed of after a single use can be decontaminated and reused for the COVID-19 pandemic response.“This benefits the state of Kansas,
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