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- n. a civilian reserve component of the United States Army comprised of guardsmen who serve during overseas peacekeeping missions and during local emergencies
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He was seeing his son off, Beau Biden, who is in the army national guard in Delaware.
So here is Joe Biden yesterday talking to the army national guard in Delaware.
BINDER: That's correct, the engineers, the army national guard, have deemed the Pinoke levee an unsafe area.
Towns joined the army at the age of 17 and he served for 16 years, then joined the army national guard after his active service was over.
LEMON: Well, Ron Young has since reenlisted in the army national guard and has been training to fly Blackhawk helicopters.
However I served for a year in the army national guard and my brother served for 3-4 years in army artillery.
EAST LANSING (Michigan): The badly scarred 12-year-old who arrived in the US from Iraq last spring with army national guard major David Howell has had quite a year in Michigan â€ "dressing up as Batman for Halloween, playing video games, getting pitching tips from the Detroit Tigersâ€ ™ Justin Verlander and being the ball boy for a high school soccer team.
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