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    Johnston, IA, US  

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    02.04.2017 | Courtesy Photo
    A Major Incident Response Team member stands guard, as Sgt. 1st. Class Wade Corell, a medical platoon Sergeant assess a shooting causality, while...
    Setting up residence

    Setting up residence

    11.06.2016 | Photo by Spc. Tawny Schmit
    Capt. Douglas Castleberry, Headquarters and Headquarters Company commander, 1034th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion, 734th Regional Support...

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    1168th Transportation Company helps Iowa...

    10.28.2016 | Story by Sgt. Andrew Shipley
    Recently, Iowa’s 224th Engineer Battalion, headquartered in Fairfield, Iowa, encased its colors, with the structure of both its Headquarters and Headquarters Company (HHC) and Co. A, 224th Engineer Battalion transferring to the Nebraska Army National Guard. Equipment and vehicles from this former Iowa unit needed to be transported to Columbus and Hastings, Neb. to be reassigned to elements of the Nebraska National Guard. Soldiers of the...

    Iowa National Guardsmen Provide Logistics Support...

    08.02.2016 | Story by Spc. Tawny Schmit
    Rumbling engines, boxes of Meals Ready-to-Eat (MREs) being handed out, and the smell of eggs and diesel fuel in the crisp, Alaskan air is what Soldiers in the U.S. Army woke up to between July 23 and Aug. 3, 2016. During that time, Operation Arctic Anvil, the first U.S. Army Pacific-level training in Alaska, took place.

    Iowa Army National Guard Soldiers Role Play for...

    07.28.2016 | Story by Staff Sgt. Matthew Garvey
    Iowa Army National Guard Soldiers are assigned with different tasks and various roles. These soldiers are infantrymen, tankers, engineers, administrative clerks, mechanics, radio operators, intelligence analysts and so on. They are privates, specialists, sergeants, master sergeants, command sergeants major, lieutenants, captains, colonels and generals.

    Iowa Air National Guard Wings leading the way...

    05.25.2016 | Story by Master Sgt. Duff E. McFadden
    When it comes to college educational opportunities among Air National Guard units, Iowa wins hands down. Among the 90 National Guard units recently ranked by the Community College of the Air Force (CCAF), based on the number of CCAF degrees awarded by percentage of base populace, Team Iowa scored a one-two punch with Des Moines’ 132nd Wing finishing first and Sioux City’s 185th Air Refueling Wing second. The next closest Guard unit was...

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