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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Alaska National Guard
The Alaska National Guard is Alaska's component of the United States National Guard and comprises the Alaska Army National Guard and the Alaska Air National Guard. Current strength is 1,972 army guardsmen and 2,309 air guardsmen. It is a component of the Alaska Department of Military and Veterans' Affairs. - Source: Wikipedia
The state Department of Military and Veterans Affairs is soliciting proposals for an artist to draw and frame renderings of about 15 past and present adjutant generals.
Gov. Sean Parnell honored the service and the courage of the Alaska National Guard members Wednesday night during his State of the State address in Juneau.
Bonnie Carroll is well-known in veterans' circles as the founder of a vast organization that provides grief counseling and help for thousands of families of fallen military members.
Former Alaska Sen. Ted Stevens may have been aboard a plane that crashed Monday evening in southwest Alaska, a federal official in Washington said Tuesday.
The former chief of NASA and three fellow survivors spent a perilous night in harsh weather on an Alaska mountain waiting for a search-and-rescue team to arrive, as officials offered fresh details of the Monday crash of a small plane that killed former Sen. Ted Stevens and four others.