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Air National Guard

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  • Once known as the APBA, the series now is called the Air National Guard Hydroplane Series.

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  • She called the Air National Guard base in Newburgh, where she was a reservist.

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  • The last paper was entitled The Air National Guard's Response to Hurricane Katrina by David Anderson, Air National Guard History Office, which focused on how the Air National guard was able to supply and evacuate hurricane victims, which was not as interesting to me.

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  • Most of the combat air patrols in the last many months, Kyra, have been conducted by the Air National Guard, which is on station in many cities and is usually ready to go in key areas.

    CNN Transcript Oct 11, 2006

  • Now whether you go into the champagne division of the Air National Guard, which is where he went, flying an obsolete plane to ensure he would never be sent to the war zone, and he was AWOL the last year.

    CNN Transcript Aug 28, 2003

  • Occasional encounters from skiers and dog sledders and the Air National Guard are their only contact with humans.

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  • "Failure to develop detailed plans to address these challenges could jeopardize the Air Force's ability to protect U.S. airspace in the future," read the GAO report, released on Jan. The planes flown by the Air National Guard are the oldest aircraft ever flown in Air Force history.

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  • The planes flown by the Air National Guard are the oldest aircraft ever flown in Air Force history.

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  • She chose to finish out the rest of her obligation by serving in the Air National Guard and the Air Force Reserves.

    Marcia G. Yerman: Cassaundra StJohn: Helping Female Vets to Move Forward

  • More precisely, it was the Air National Guard, including aircraft, crews and maintainers from the Illinois Air National Guard's 126th Refueling Wing, among other states' Guardsmen, which performed that mission.

    Our Planes Are Older Than Their Crews

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