Middleburgh, N.Y.-- New York Air National Guard Master Sgt Mike Rogers from the 109th Logistics Readiness Squadron uses a chain saw to help break apart a large tree stump which blocks the track at the Middleburg High school. The Airman was one of 55 members of the 109th Airlift Wing, based at Stratton Air National Guard Base in Scotia, N.Y. who assisted in a project to clean up flood damage at the Middleburgh High School. The Airmen cleaned the school’s gym, basketball court, bus garage, boiler room, track, sewage treatment plant, and hallways during the first day of a two-day operation.
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WTEN -- Mon, 12 Nov 2018 New Netflix docuseries features local hero (Video) Lt. Col. Sean Flynn, 42nd Division Operations Officer is interviewed on WTEN about new Medal of Honor TV show.
The Transylvania Times -- Sun, 11 Nov 2018 Recalling he Rebuilding Of Iraq - Brevard NC After leading the military response as the commander of military forces for the National Guard in New York City after the attacks on Sept. 11, 2001, Major General Joe Taluto found himself... (more)
Daily Gazette -- Sun, 11 Nov 2018 Paving the way: Two women veterans reflect on service Between social revolution in the United States, and conflicts abroad, like the Vietnam War, the 1960s were a turbulent time. For women like Patricia L. Connors Bradt and Celeste Joanna Sodano... (more)