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Download full resolution image A New York Air National Guard Airman from the 101st Rescue Squadron, an element of the 106th Rescue Wing, jumps from an HH-60 on July 24, 2014 during a joint training exercise with the Rhode Island Army National Guard's Company A 2nd Battalion 19th Sp

New York Airmen Train With Army Guard Troops

WESTHAMPTON BEACH--A Rhode Island Army National Guard Special Forces operator jumps out of a New York Air National Guard HH-60 from the 101st Rescue Squadron, an element of the 106th Rescue Wing, on July 24, 2014 during a joint training exercise with the Rhode Island Army National Guard's Company A 2nd Battalion 19th Special Forces Group. The Airmen and Special Operations Soldiers conducted joint training involving zodiac inflatable boats and a special extraction system.

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WNY. com -- Wed, 22 Mar 2017 Niagara Falls Air Reserve Station's 107th redesignates as attack wing Local officials joined members of the New York Air National Guard's 107th Airlift Wing to acknowledge the venue's redesignation as the 107th Attack Wing. The ceremony was held Tuesday at the... (more)

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