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CAMP BONDSTEEL, Kosovo March 8, 2021

KFOR Soldier breaks barriers in aviation unit

In hangar D at Camp Bondsteel, Kosovo, the constant whine of a UH-60 Blackhawk and the metallic, orchestrated sounds of daily maintenance checks being conducted can always be heard. Tucked into a corner, with stacks of materials meticulously organized and various tools laid out neatly on workbenches, is the sheet metal shop.

June 2, 2020

Delaware National Guard expands COVID-19 testing

NEW CASTLE, Del. – The Delaware National Guard continues its community-based testing mission this month, which has already enabled thousands of Delawareans to get checked for COVID-19.About 25 Soldiers and Airmen of the Delaware National Guard have been working since last month with staff members from the Delaware Emergency Management Agency, or

April 8, 2020

Delaware National Guard Assists in Alternate Care Site Set Up, Training

A group of Citizen Airmen and Soldiers from the Delaware National Guard assisted the medical staff from Nemours/Alfred I. DuPont Hospital for Children, Christiana Care, and St. Francis Healthcare form a new 38 bed field-hospital recently created at A.I. DuPont Hospital, Wilmington, Del., April 7, 2020. This marked the first alternative acute care site in Delaware as part of the nationwide federal and state efforts in preparation for the COVID-19 pandemic.

April 3, 2020

Delaware Guard Airman uses civilian expertise in COVID-19 planning efforts

Citizen Airman, 1st Lieutenant Tyrell Hargrove, spends 28 days a month working as a critical care nurse at the Philadelphia Veterans Affairs Medical Center. During his “drill weekends”, he is assigned to the 166th Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron.

April 2, 2020

TN Guard shifts from tornado cleanup to COVID-19 response

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – It has been a tumultuous spring for middle Tennessee. While the world is dealing with a pandemic, cleanup from a devastating tornado is still underway in four counties. In the middle of it all is Sgt. Jacob Winton, a member of the Tennessee National Guard who has been helping his community in more ways than one.Winton, 24, a

April 1, 2020

FROM THE TAG: Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month

To the Women and Men Heroes Serving the Delaware National Guard: Thank you for your continued service and commitment. The month of April is Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month. As we continue to take precaution and preventative measures in the midst of this COVID-19 pandemic, please ensure we continue to take preventative measures to prevent sexual assault.

March 27, 2020

ADPAAS accounts for people … Not just numbers

In today’s world of natural or man-made disasters, it has become essential to have a plan of action for determining and minimizing the affect an event has on Army personnel and their Family members. Following Hurricane Katrina, the search for a system to determine and report the whereabouts and the status of our Army began.

March 20, 2020

New Jersey Guard's 108th Wing supports COVID-19 response

JOINT BASE MCGUIRE-DIX-LAKEHURST, N.J. – New Jersey Air National Guard members with the 108th Wing will help state and local authorities with COVID-19 response operations.“They will head to Sea Girt [National Guard Training Center] for specific mission briefs, rules of engagement, and a run-through,” said Chief Master Sgt. Lance Endee, 108th Wing

March 20, 2020

Weathering COVID-19: financial resilience

PORTLAND, Ore. – With the outbreak of the coronavirus, we’re living in uncertain times. More and more schools and businesses are closing to reduce the spread of COVID-19. As a result, many people are working from home or out of work indefinitely.If you feel you’re in a precarious financial situation, you’re not alone. George Katsinis, a personal

March 19, 2020

National Guard Ramping Up COVID-19 Response

ARLINGTON, Va. – About 2,050 National Guard Soldiers and Airmen in 27 states have been activated to support COVID-19 response efforts, the chief of the National Guard Bureau said Thursday.Air Force Gen. Joseph L. Lengyel told reporters at a Pentagon briefing that number most likely would double by the weekend, and it is even possible that tens of