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107th Airmen work to stop flooding

Senior Airman Douglas Whigham a civil engineer structures specialist assigned to the 107th Attack Wing Niagara Falls Air Reserve Station New York Air National Guard prepares bags to be filled with sand in response to the New York National Guard activation Gov. Andrew Cuomo initiated on May 6 for the flooding occurring along Lake Ontario at the Department of Transportation Albion N.Y. May 13 2019. Members of the New York National Air National Guard are able to fill around 5000 sandbags a day from Albion which are then taken to vulnerable areas around the Lake Ontario shoreline including homes and businesses.

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Times Union -- Wed, 18 Sep 2019 Capital Region employers try out NY Army National Guard training Capital Region business owners were given a glimpse into the life of New York National Guard members on Monday, during a one-day training meant to mimic the weekend training sessions their... (more)

Shelter Island Reporter -- Mon, 16 Sep 2019 Survival tactics for emergencies: Army officer holds session for Islanders Some 30 Islanders, including representatives of the local Girl Scouts, attended a New York State sponsored emergency preparedness meeting at Town Hall on Sept. 14. Capt. Joshua Tavares of... (more)

WBFO -- Fri, 13 Sep 2019 107th Airmen to reunite in Niagara Falls, 50 years after returning from Vietnam (Audio) This weekend, the Niagara Falls Air Reserve Station will welcome back many to the installation who, 50 years prior, were welcomed back after serving in Vietnam.

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