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Guard Troops Were Training When Japanese Attacked Pearl Harbor

We recognize today as the 76th anniversary of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor in Hawaii and as the beginning of a long and hard military struggle for the United States and its allies.

SOP newswire3AF Awards Recognize Pilot Excellence - With a continued focus on solving the pilot retention problem and maintaining air dominance, Air Force senior leaders look to celebrate the culture and flying expertise of their pilots.
SOP newswire3Double take: Brothers' Bond Extends Far Beyond Twin Upbringing - It is well known that twins share a unique bond that transcends other sibling relationships. Its common for twins to live, work and recreate within close proximity to each other throughout their lives.
SOP newswire3Strong-Willed Soldier Gives Cancer the Boot - Described as strong, smart, driven and determined -- one would be surprised to find Army Spc. Courtney Jones doesnt don a Wonder Woman costume, but she displays her red, white and blue human spirit through the Army uniform she wears.
SOP newswire3Guard Troops Were Training When Japanese Attacked Pearl Harbor - We recognize today as the 76th anniversary of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor in Hawaii and as the beginning of a long and hard military struggle for the United States and its allies.
SOP newswire3Daughter Follows Father's Path to National Guard - On Nov. 2, Army Lt. Col. Paul Boice raised his right hand and cited the oath of enlistment. It was the first time he had ever sworn someone into the Idaho Army National Guard.
SOP newswire3Fort Stewart Soldiers Stand Together to Prevent Suicide - Soldiers and civilians assigned here and to Hunter Army Airfield gathered here Dec. 1 to promote awareness and offer resources to help prevent suicide.
SOP newswire3New Pilot Takes First Flight in Home Unit - Air Force 2nd Lt. Isaias Rivera may be the newest pilot in the 156th Airlift Wing, but he isnt new to the unit, or to the WC-130H Hercules weather reconnaissance aircraft stationed here.
SOP newswire3Mattis, Defense Leaders Meet to Discuss Countering Radicalization, Terrorism - Defense Secretary of James N. Mattis attended the Aqaba Process today, a conference held in Aqaba, Jordan, focused on countering radicalization, Pentagon chief spokesperson Dana W. White said in a readout following the conference.
SOP newswire3Coast Guard Hosts Arctic Awareness Meeting - The Coast Guard hosted an Arctic Domain Awareness Center meeting at its headquarters here, Nov. 28-29.
SOP newswire3Airman Brings Age, Experience to Montana Base - The Air Force raised the maximum age for enlisted members from 27 to 39 years old in mid-2014, allowing an airman serving in the 341st Logistics Readiness Squadron here to contribute his experience.
SOP newswire3Sailor-Artist Creates Legacy Aboard USS Kidd - The passageways aboard the guided missile destroyer USS Kidd have very few variations to the color scheme. The walls, known as bulkheads, are covered with layers of off-white or gray paint, typical of any Navy vessel. Yet there are some exceptions.
SOP newswire3New York National Guard Delivers Christmas Trees for Troops - New York National Guard airmen and soldiers volunteered their time to fill up a delivery truck with donated Christmas trees bound for military families at the Ellms Family Farm here, Nov. 27.
SOP newswire3Proud Navajo Sailor Follows Her Peoples Path - When Navy Petty Officer 1st Class Denise Alamo introduces herself to other people from the Dine or Navajo tribes in their native language, the introduction translates to: Hello, my name is Denise. I'm Towering House Clan, born for Tangle Clan, my maternal clan is Salt People, and my paternal clan is Coyote Cross Path.
SOP newswire3U.S., Chinese Troops Attend Disaster Management Exchange - The 13th annual U.S.-China Disaster Management Exchange and Practical Field Exchange portions commenced with an opening ceremony at Camp Rilea, Ore., Nov. 16.
SOP newswire3Guardsmen Deploy at Home and Abroad - The Wyoming Air National Guard stands faithfully in support of both domestic and federal missions assisting victims in need throughout the world by providing aid when called upon.
SOP newswire3Pilot Killed in T-38 Crash Identified - The members involved in the T-38 Talon crash from Laughlin Air Force Base, Texas, on Nov. 20, 2017 have been identified.
SOP newswire3Missile Defense Soldiers Scan the Stratosphere - With the threat of ballistic missile launches by North Korea, the Army maintains Army-Navy/Transportable Radar Surveillance systems, or AN/TPY-2, in Japan to keep a watchful eye on the skies above.
SOP newswire3NATO Chief Stresses Unity of North Atlantic Alliance - The Atlantic Ocean doesnt divide the North Atlantic Treaty Organization alliance, it unites it, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said at the Halifax International Security Forum, Nov. 17.
SOP newswire3Marines Train to Fuel Aircraft in Contaminated Environments - Marines with Marine Fighter Attack Squadron 121 trained here to keep aircraft in the fight while operating in a hazardous environment.
SOP newswire3AF Alpha Warriors Prove Mettle in Final Battle - A new era of Comprehensive Airman Fitness reached a milestone Nov. 11, 2017, with the first Air Force Alpha Warrior Final Battle.
SOP newswire3Air Guard Dual Mission: Helping at Home and Abroad - Not long ago, Airmen from the 158th Airlift Squadron, Savannah, Georgia, were delivering supplies with their fleet of C-130H Hercules to hurricane victims in Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. But just a few weeks later, they find themselves on the other side of the world in Southwest Asia supporting Operation Inherent Resolve.
SOP newswire3An Airman's Fight for Terminally Ill Son - November, Military Family Month, as designated by the Department of Defense, is a time to thank those who support service members for sacrifices that come with serving our country. For one Joint Base Charleston family, having a terminally ill child has required even more sacrifice, teamwork and dedication.
SOP newswire3DoD Honors Top Civilian Employees in Pentagon Ceremony - Eight Defense Department employees received top departmental honors for their service, dedication and professionalism, and one of the honorees received the coveted DoD David O. Cook Excellence in Public Administration Award in the Pentagons Hall of Heroes today.
SOP newswire3Airman Sets Sights on Social Work Career - For one Pennsylvania native here, taking care of families and others has always been a passion.
SOP newswire3Marine Amputee Finds Solace in Surfing - As the calm of being in the Pacific Ocean washes over him, Toran Gaal, a medically retired Marine Corps sergeant, examines a clean wave and carves out a path.
SOP newswire3Three-Carrier Strike Force Conducts Exercise in Western Pacific - A three-carrier naval force is finishing a multi-day exercise in the Western Pacific, demonstrating the Navys unique capability to operate multiple carrier strike groups as a coordinated effort, according to Navy officials.
SOP newswire3Veterans Day While Deployed - Legacy, honor, freedom, valor, and patriotism. These are some of the underlying tones speaking to us on what we know as Veterans Day.
SOP newswire3DoD Pledges to Improve Background Investigation Procedures - The Defense Department is pledging to improve the way background investigations are done, according to Garry Reid, DoDs director for defense intelligence and security.
SOP newswire3Night Work: Mechanics Keep Helos Flying in the Sunlight - The maintenance team from the Armys 2nd Battalion, 501st Aviation Regiment has been working nonstop in Puerto Rico since they flew in from Fort Bliss, Texas, Oct. 9.
SOP newswire3Marine Balances Multiple Responsibilities - Life in the military is a path not many people take, and even fewer take the road of becoming a U.S. Marine.
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