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  • NY National Guard's oldest, youngest mark Guard's birthday

    LATHAM, New York – A 60-year old retired Army sergeant major who responded to the 9/11 terrorist attacks and served in Afghanistan, a 22-year old Airman who graduated from Brazil's tough jungle warfare school, and a new 18-year old Army Guard recruit represented the past and future of the National

  • 171st celebrates World War II veteran’s 102nd birthday

    FINDLAY TOWNSHIP, Pa. – The Pennsylvania National Guard's 171st Air Refueling Wing participated in a celebration honoring a World War II veteran who turned 102 years old on Nov. 12.John M. Mahler, a resident of Butler County, is a retired Air Force lieutenant colonel and WWII B-17 bomber pilot.