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Alaska Army National Guard Sgt. Marshall Webb and Arizona Army National Guard Spc. Randall C. Goodin Jr., inspect M-4 carbines, June 22, at Fort Greely, Alaska.

FORT GREELY, Alaska -- A mobile maintenance small-arms repair team from the Arizona Army National Guard completed a weapons and night vision goggles inspection mission at Fort Greely, Alaska, for the Alaska National Guard's 49th Missile Defense Battalion June 22-25, to assist the Alaska Guard and help foster relationships between the two states.

Arizona Department of Emergency and Military Affairs Deputy Director Wendy Smith-Reeve presents Rep. Martha McSally with the 2016 NEMA Congressional Award.

In April, the National Emergency Management Association (NEMA) named three recipients of the 2016 Congressional Awards. The award is given to lawmakers who “advance the priorities of emergency management and homeland security.” 

Multiple agencies work together in response to simulated helicopter crash

A field at the Arizona Army National Guard’s Camp Navajo base was recently turned into the site of a simulated Blackhawk helicopter crash and wildfire. Twelve Arizona National Guard members were strewn around the helicopter with realistic-looking traumatic injuries.

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