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Latest National Guard Items
Authorities in Buffalo are investigating a barroom beating that has left a New York Air National Guard member in critical condition.
A member of a New York Air National Guard unit based on Long Island has been awarded a medal for bravery in Afghanistan for the second time in six months.
Nearly 130 members of a South Carolina Army National Guard engineering unit have returned home after a year in Afghanistan.
A physical fitness center at a National Guard facility will be named for a Baltimore soldier who was killed while serving in Afghanistan.
A Minnesota state representative has gotten a pass on National Guard duty that would have required him to miss the rest of the legislative session.
A West Virginia lawmaker collected his pay for this year's regular session while missing the entire 60-day proceeding.
Maj. Gen. Robert Livingston has commanded the 9,000 members of South Carolina's Army and Air National Guard for nearly four years. In 2007, he led the state's largest combat force since World War II on a yearlong deployment to Afghanistan.
The National Guard is reaching out to the Penobscot Indian Nation in hopes of restarting discussions over a proposal to double the amount of airspace in which fighter jets could conduct low-level training over western Maine.
Jacob Hutchinson wore the physical wounds of war. Jagged scars from an improvised explosive device that nearly tore off his lower legs. Precision-cut lines from more than 20 surgeries to repair the damage.