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  • Tennessee Guard, Local Partners Practice Disaster Response

    NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The Tennessee National Guard and state and local first responders tested their emergency response capabilities May 15-19 during the Tennessee Maneuvers exercise involving simulated widespread flooding in Southeast Tennessee.“Disaster exercises are the best to improve our disaster

  • Hawaii Airmen train in California on disaster response

    CONCORD, Calif. – Medical specialists from the Hawaii Air National Guard's 154th Medical Group Detachment 1 took their expertise on the road to participate in a California disaster response exercise.Exercise Sentinel Response, held primarily on the grounds of a U.S. Navy military installation,