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  • 159th Fighter Wing provides critical Hurricane Laura support

    KINDER, La. – The Louisiana Air National Guard provided critical supplies to residents affected by the devastation caused by Hurricane Laura in central and west Louisiana. Airmen from the 159th Fighter Wing in Belle Chasse established 11 points of distribution in Kinder, Oberlin, Oakdale and other

  • Louisiana Air Guard on ground to help in hurricane's wake

    CAMERON, La. – Airmen from the 159th Fighter Wing, Louisiana Air National Guard, deployed their Mobile Emergency Operations Center (MEOC) and set up government support teams (GSTs) in Cameron Parish in the aftermath of Hurricane Laura. About 40 Airmen in six GSTs are working with local parish

  • Washington Guard helps Louisiana respond to Hurricane Laura

    CAMP MURRAY, Wash. – The Washington Air National Guard's 194th Intelligence Squadron is helping respond to Hurricane Laura, analyzing unclassified satellite imagery and other open-source information in support of Louisiana. Using its Unclassified Processing Assessment and Dissemination (UPAD)

  • Louisiana debris clearance teams go to work after hurricane

    LAKE CHARLES, La. – A debris clearance team from the Louisiana Air National Guard’s 159th Civil Engineering Squadron deployed to Lake Charles Aug. 29 following the landfall of Hurricane Laura. The Airmen arrived with debris removal equipment to clear the roadways of the hardest-hit areas in and

  • Louisiana National Guard continues Hurricane Laura response

    BATON ROUGE, La. – More than 6,200 members of the Louisiana National Guard are supporting the response to Hurricane Laura, providing logistical support, distributing supplies and clearing roads and bridges.The LANG is prepared to send additional Soldiers and Airmen to support civil authorities

  • Louisiana, Texas National Guard prepared for Hurricane Laura

    ARLINGTON, Va. – Thousands of members of the Louisiana and Texas National Guard prepared Wednesday to assist first responders as Hurricane Laura approached landfall. More than 3,000 members of the Louisiana National Guard and more than 1,000 Texas Guard troops were ready to provide support by land,