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In this undated photo made available by the U.S. Army, shows Maj. General Lester Eisner. Eisner, 60, retired from his post on March 5, 2014, as South Carolina's no. 2 man. The pentagon budget plan to strip the Army National Guard’s Apache attack helicopters from America’s citizen-soldiers doesn’t sit well with Eisner, who commanded a chopper battalion and flew them for more than 1,500 hours. (AP Photo/U.S. Army, HO)

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In this Dec. 6, 2011 made available by the U.S. Army National Reserve, shows a members of the 1-151st Attack Reconnaissance Battalion as they prepare the last Apaches to leave for Camp Buehring, Kuwait. A Pentagon budget plan to strip the Army National Guard’s Apache attack helicopters from America’s citizen-soldiers doesn’t sit well with the newly-retired South Carolina National Guard general who commanded a chopper battalion and flew them for more than 1,500 hours. (AP Photo/ U.S. Army National Guard, Tracci Dorgan,)

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In this photo released by the U.S Army National Guard shows an AH-64D Apache Longbow with the South Carolina Army National Guard releasing flares during a test over Camp Tajo, Iraq, October 8, 2011. A Pentagon budget plan to strip the Army National Guard’s Apache attack helicopters from America’s citizen-soldiers doesn’t sit well with the newly-retired South Carolina National Guard general who commanded a chopper battalion and flew them for more than 1,500 hours. (AP Photo/U.S. Army National Guard, Tracci Dorgan)