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Jump training in Hawaii

HAWAII-- A Pararescueman from the 103rd Rescue Squadron of the 106th Rescue Wing signals a low flying C-17 Globemaster following a successful jump during joint training with Human Space Flight Support Detatchment 3 at Marine Core Base HawaiiMarch 5 2017.During this training a rigid inflatible boat (known as a Hard Duck) was dropped from a C-17 along with several jumpers and an inflatable device known as the Front Porch.This device is intended to be mated to the Orion spacecraft and can be used to support astronauts who have made a water landing in the Orion spacecraft following a flight.

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Eagle News -- Tue, 29 Sep 2020 Cazenovia resident commands New York Air National Guards 174th Attack Wing Last May, Colonel William J. McCrink, III, a 24-year Air Force veteran and Cazenovia resident, took command of the New York Air National Guards 174th Attack Wing in Syracuse. Stationed at... (more)

Times Union -- Sun, 27 Sep 2020 Duty Calls: State National Guard top medical advisor promoted to colonel Dr. William LeCates of Cooperstown resident and president of Bassett Medical Center, Cooperstown, has been promoted to colonel during a ceremony at the New York Army National Guard Headquarters... (more)

Saratogian -- Wed, 23 Sep 2020 Snapshot New York Army National Guard Sgt. 1st Class Isabel Polanco receives here new rank from her mother Delia Velazquez, during ceremonies marking Polanco's promotion outside New York National Guard... (more)

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