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    • Southern Floods 2016

      Southern Floods 2016

      National Guardsmen were activated to assist local and state authorities in the aftermath of record floods affecting Louisiana, Texas and Arkansas in 2016.

    • 2016 East Coast Storms

      2016 East Coast Storms

      The Virginia National Guard was activated to assist local and state authorities in the wake of strong thunderstorms and tornadoes that affected the state Feb. 24, 2016.

    • 2016 East Coast Blizzard

      2016 East Coast Blizzard

      National Guard personnel were activated to assist local and state authorities in the aftermath of severe weather that struck the east coast region of the United States starting Jan. 22, 2016.

    • El Nino 2016

      El Nino 2016

      El Nino, which is forecast to be one of the strongest on record, is expected to influence weather and climate patterns this winter by impacting Camp Pendleton, Calif. as well as surrounding positions within the Pacific jet stream.

    • Winter Floods 2015

      Winter Floods 2015

      The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and U.S. Army National Guard were activated
      to assist local and state authorities in the aftermath of record flooding in
      the central and southern region of the United States in December 2015.

    • Southwest Blizzard 2015

      Southwest Blizzard 2015

      National Guard personnel were activated to assist
      local and state authorities in the aftermath of severe weather that struck
      New Mexico, Oklahoma and Texas starting Dec. 26, 2015.

    • Texas Wildfires 2015

      Texas Wildfires 2015

      Texas Army National Guard Soldiers support firefighting efforts against the Hidden Pines Fire near Bastrop County, Texas.

    • SC Flooding 2015

      SC Flooding 2015

      The South Carolina National Guard has been activated to support state and county emergency management agencies and local first responders as historic flooding impacts counties statewide. Currently, more than 1,100 South Carolina National Guard members have been activated in response to the floods.