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Brigadier General Mark A. Maldonado
Brigadier General Robert K. Ryan
Raynald Blackwell, Capital Guardian Youth ChalleNGe Academy program director, welcomes participants of the newest participants of the CGYCA program July 13. During his briefing, he outlines the military-style program agenda. (U.S. Army National Guard photo by Sgt. 1st Class Ron Lee)
Capital Guardian Youth ChalleNGe Academy participants and families walk to the in-processing area for the military-style program July 13. The CGYCA is a military-style, life intervention, dropout reintegration as well as GED preparatory program open to youths who are between 16-18 years old. (U.S. Army National Guard photo by Sgt. 1st Class Ron Lee)
2019 Salute to America 4th of July
Col. Renee Gore, Joint Task Force Independence commander, District of Columbia National Guard, speaks to a Soldier during the Independence Day celebration July 4th in Washington D.C. Approximately 800 D.C. National Guard members provided support to the D.C. Metropolitan Police and United States Park Police during the Independence Day celebration.
District of Columbia National Guardsmen keep a watchful eye in the McPherson Square Metro Station. (U.S. Army National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. G.H. Cureton)
Soldiers and Airmen of the D.C. National Guard don’t only fight to protect the capital and defend the nation, but also volunteer with the DC Central Kitchen to fight hunger .
Celebrating 217 years of service as "Capitol Guardians," as well as strong partnerships with the Jamaican Defense Force and Burkina Faso Armed Forces.
Celebrating 217 years of service as "Capitol Guardians," as well as strong partnerships with the Jamaican Defense Force and Burkina Faso Armed Forces.
Celebrating 217 years of service as "Capitol Guardians," as well as strong partnerships with the Jamaican Defense Force and Burkina Faso Armed Forces.
Celebrating 217 years of service as "Capitol Guardians," as well as strong partnerships with the Jamaican Defense Force and Burkina Faso Armed Forces.
Providing airlift support for congressional, Department of Defense and executive branch members, 201st Airlift Squadron C-40 (Boeing 737) flight attendants serve in a high demanding job and are often the face of the D.C. Air National Guard to their passengers.
Free and open to the general public (via shuttle from FedEx Field ONLY)
Soldiers and Airmen from the District of Columbia National Guard (DCNG) arrived in Kingston, Jamaica today to participate in a humanitarian assistance and disaster response table top event with the Jamaica Defense Force (JDF) and Office of Disaster Preparedness and Emergency Management (ODPEM), as part of the National Guard Bureau’s State Partnership Program (SPP).
Hon. Eleanor Holmes Norton honors the D.C. National Guard in partnering with the country of Burkina Faso.
District of Columbia National Guardsmen keep a watchful eye in the McPherson Square Metro Station January 19 as part of their Task Force Amendment mission. The task force, consisting of approximately 250 Soldiers and Airmen, provided crowd management and traffic control in support of an annual march in Washington, D.C.
Cadets from the Capital Guardian Youth ChalleNGe Academy (CGYCA) class #51 at their completion ceremony at the D.C. National Guard Armory. The CGYCA is a National Guard Youth Foundation program run by the District of Columbia National Guard in partnership with the Office of the State Superintendent of Education designed to give youths who have not completed a regular high school program a second chance.
113th Wing pilot Capt. Matthew Morris prepares for an F-16C training flight at Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base New Orleans. The D.C. Air National Guard Airmen are participating in a two-week flying exercise titled Sentry Voodoo in New Orleans.
Brig. Gen. Aaron Dean, adjutant general, D.C. National Guard, U.S. Ambassador to Burkina Faso, Andrew Young and Brig. Gen. Robert Ryan, commanding general, Land Component Command attend    Flintlock 2019, a annual special operations and State Department exercise involving more than 2,000 soldiers, airmen, naval and police forces from 30 nation forces. Lessons learned at Flintlock strengthen global security institutions, promote multinational sharing of information, and develop interoperability among western and partner nations in North and West Africa.
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