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    Alaska Guardsmen visit Nome community as part of rural operations [Image 5 of 5]

    Alaska Guardsmen visit Nome community as part of rural operations



    Photo by Lt. Col. Candis Olmstead 

    Alaska National Guard Public Affairs

    Capt. James Tollefson, Alaska Army National Guard recruiting and retention operations officer, talks with Carol Piscoya, vice president of community services division at Kawerak, Inc., during a visit to the Katirvik Cultural Center in Nome, Alaska, Dec. 18, 2019. Piscoya's late husband, retired SFC Roy Piscoya, served in the Alaska Army National Guard for 27 years in Nome. She had four brothers in the Navy, and has sons and grandchildren serving now in the Air Force, Navy, Marine Corps and U.S. Coast Guard. Members of the Alaska Department of Military and Veterans Affairs visited Nome, Alaska, Dec. 17-18, as part of the department’s new rural operations hub concept to strengthen the department’s ties with Alaska’s rural communities. Plans to grow rural operations in Alaska have also included stops in the Alaska communities of Bethel, Kwethluk, Napaskiak, Galena, and Kodiak, and future visits include Utqiagvik and Kotzebue. (U.S. Air National Guard photos by Lt. Col. Candis Olmstead)



    Date Taken: 12.18.2019
    Date Posted: 12.20.2019 19:10
    Photo ID: 5995641
    VIRIN: 191218-Z-MF300-0032
    Resolution: 5472x3648
    Size: 2.04 MB
    Location: NOME, AK, US 

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