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Minnesota Guardsman overcomes severe injury with positive attitude, hard work
Minnesota Guardsman overcomes severe injury with positive attitude, hard workA little more than a year after Chief Warrant Officer 2 James Houdek was severely injured in a farming accident near his Little Falls, Minn., home, he is back to work with the Minnesota National Guard and adapting to life with a prosthetic.


Military airstrikes continue against ISIL in Syria and Iraq
On March 4, U.S. military forces continued to attack ISIL terrorists in Syria, using attack, fighter and bomber aircraft to conduct seven airstrikes. Separately, U.S. and coalition military forces conducted five airstrikes in Iraq, using attack, fighter and remotely piloted aircraft against ISIL terrorists. All strikes took place between 8 a.m., March 4, and 8 a.m., March 5, local time.


Blood and ink: JBER pararescueman finds solace from PTSD
Blood and ink: JBER pararescueman finds solace from PTSDThe aftermath of war is ugly. Buildings are ravaged, fields are razed and people die. Structures are rebuilt and fields and forests are restored, but the survivors are marked indelibly. Air Force Master Sgt. Roger Sparks sat on his couch, his two sons leaning against him as they watched "Forrest Gump" together.


Lives changed by Military Youth Academy
Lives changed by Military Youth Academy“I came here to turn my life around,” said Bernice Morgan. “I was just hanging around with a bad crowd. If I was still with that crowd, I'd probably end up in jail or become homeless – someone who doesn't really have a future. In honor of my family, I chose to come here.”


Michigan National Guard’s own Homeland Defense Unit: 51st (WMD) Civil Support Team
Michigan National Guard’s own Homeland Defense Unit: 51st (WMD) Civil Support TeamThe Michigan National Guard’s 51st Weapons of Mass Destruction Civil Support Team is one of only two MING units (the other is the counterdrug team) that will not deploy outside of the United States and its territories. The 51st CST, based at Fort Custer Training Center near Battle Creek, has a unique homeland security mission to respond to suspected chemical, biological, radiological or nuclear (CBRN) incidents in support of U.S. local authorities. Upon call-up, the team will identify, assess, advise and assist local civilian authorities to mitigate real or potential threat from accidental, intentional or natural CBRN incidents.


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In honor of Dr. Seuss' birthday this week, service members stationed around the world read aloud from one of his books. Willie Wilson, chief of...


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Paratroopers in Alaska brave the cold for Exercise Spartan Pegasus and a SHARP rep from the National Training Center talks about women in the...


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The 82nd Airborne division gets some realistic training with live biological agents and the North Carolina National Guard digs out civilians after...


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Lieutenant General Ben Hodges speaks about sexual assault and a new method to test biological agents helps military and civilian agencies alike.


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Brig. Gen. Christopher Cavoli, Commanding General, JMTC in Europe explains how troops from multiple countries are the main users of his training...