Official tweets from National Guard Bureau. National Guard: America's First Military Responders. (Following does not=endorsement)
Finishing air assault school with flying colors, Sgt. Isaac Balajadia, of the Guam National Guard, says the instructors recommended he apply for a job as an instructor. “I traveled far to get here, and I’m not quitting on myself, my family, or my island.”
Today, more than 19,700 National Guard members from all 54 states, territories, and the District of Columbia continue to fight the spread of COVID-19 with federal, state and local partners. 📷:
“This is our 'go-time.' The country and state are depending on us. I am certain we will meet the challenge and win.” - @177thFW
LIVE UPDATE: , , and vehicles and personnel are staged and ready to perform a wide range of emergency management services as soon as Hurricane Michael passes and it's safe to do so.