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Competing to be the best

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Competing to be the best

Across the entire Army, the Best Warrior Competition recognizes soldiers who demonstrate commitment to the Army values, embody the warrior ethos and represent the force of the future. Warriors competing for the title, "Soldier of the Year," include the ranks of private through specialist. Warriors competing for the title, "Non-commissioned Officer

3-161st Infantry conducts unique airlift

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3-161st Infantry conducts unique airlift

Standing behind the massive tail wing of the Boeing C-17 Globemaster, Command Sgt Maj. Alfonso Cadena can only say one thing. "If I had to do it all over again, I would think about the Air Force, this is really impressive," said Cadena, a 37-year Army veteran and Command Sgt. Maj.

Idaho Response 2019

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Idaho Response 2019

"These elements have been a challenge," said Lt. Col. Daniel Bugbee, commenting on wind gusts up to 45 mph and freezing temperatures. "It's actually good training though, because the weather will almost certainly not be ideal if we were called to a real-world disaster." The Washington National Guard's 10th Homeland Response

Washington Guard Aviators prepare for fire season

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Washington Guard Aviators prepare for fire season

With wildfires becoming a more common summer occurrence, aviators with the Washington National Guard are already starting their annual water bucket and wildland fire training -- and spring hasn't even started. Washington Guard Aviators receive training and evaluation from the state Department of Natural Resources and the U.S. Forest Service. The ability

Yoga: Bringing flow to Washington’s Guardsmen

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Yoga: Bringing flow to Washington’s Guardsmen

"Yoga teaches you how to listen to your body." These are words every practicing yogi knows to be true. Every Tuesday and Wednesday at Camp Murray, Guardsmen, their families and civilian employees, have the option to attend a free yoga class. Audrey Hockman, a behavioral health coordinator at Joint Services Support,

Seattle Fire Department trains with Washington National Guard

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Seattle Fire Department trains with Washington National Guard

If a natural disaster hits, the Washington National Guard aviators will have to work with multiple agencies at a moment's notice. "I really think it's a matter of when, not if, we end up working together," said Maj. Andy Collins, Washington National Guard. Collins is in a unique position as both a

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