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  • Guardsmen begin flood duty in Fargo

    North Dakota National Guard members began 2011 flood duty on April 5 in Fargo as they operated six traffic control points and one resource control point in the southern part of the city. Guardsmen at each station aided trucks loaded with pallets of sandbags and escorted by the Fargo Police Department as they traveled into neighborhoods that will
  • Happy Hooligans to conduct CCAF Graduation Ceremony

    On Sunday the North Dakota Air National will celebrate the graduation of 21 Airmen who will receive 28 associate of science degrees from the Community College of the Air Force (CCAF)."This will be one of the best CCAF graduations that we've ever had because of the outstanding support that we have received from Bismarck State College," said Senior
  • C-27J Spartan Visit a Success at the North Dakota Air National Guard

    "Welcome to North Dakota!" was shouted over the roar of the engines as a C-27J Spartan taxied to a stop at the 119th Wing on Thursday afternoon. The aircraft and crew were greeted by Airmen anxious to get their first peek at the aircraft that will be a future mission for the North Dakota Air National Guard.A Familiarization Tour, conducted by L-3
  • North Dakota Air National Guard to See Future Mission Aircraft with C-27J Spartan Visit

    On Friday, the 119th Wing of the North Dakota National Guard will host a C-27J Spartan as part of a Familiarization Tour of bases who will be flying the aircraft in the future. The tour will include briefings and familiarization flights for 119th Wing Airmen to see and ride on the aircraft that is scheduled to become a future mission for the Happy
  • Happy Hooligans honored at Hometown Heroes Salute Ceremony

    Today the Happy Hooligans honored more than 250 Airmen during a Hometown Heroes Salute ceremony that took place at the 119th Wing, North Dakota Air National Guard.Gov. John Hoeven, Maj.Gen. David Sprynczynatyk, N.D. adjutant general, Col. Rick Gibney, 119th Wing commander and Col. Robert Becklund, former 119th Wing commander spoke to about 500