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Army And Air Force Exchange Px
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We kinda look like aliens, sometimes #AlienDay https://t.co/guq2zxqJ02

Current law requires 20 percent of all military technicians be converted to federal civilian employees by Oct. 1, according to the governors. That conversion will seriously disrupt National Guard domestic operations by significantly reducing the number of military technicians available to respond, they say.
WASHINGTON - The nation's governors issued a statement Tuesday urging Congress to consider modification of the 2018 National Defense Authorization Act to allow the National Guard to preserve its readiness through the Military Technician program.


Nation's governors seek to modify National Guard act: Legislation aims to keep military technicians ready to respond thegazette.com/subject/news/g…

Tennessee National Guard added 2 new photos — with Cora Jenkins and 4 others.
Congratulations to Kenneth Reaves and Lance Jenkins who were promoted to Chief Warrant Officer 4 today!

Tennessee National Guard added 5 new photos.
Tenn. #NationalGuard Soldiers advance to Regional “Best Warrior” Competition #RegionIIIBestWarrior17 #R3BWC NASHVILLE – Two Tennessee National Guard Soldiers have advanced to the regional Best Warrior Competition currently happening at Wendell H. Ford Regional Training Center in Greenville, Ky. Staff Sgt. Dustin Rottero was honored as the “NCO of the Year” for the Tennessee Army National Guard in the state’s annual Best Warrior Competition. Rottero is a Drill Sergeant with Tennessee’s Recruiting and Retention Battalion in Smyrna, Tenn. Spc. Jordan Breedlove was honored as the “Soldier of the Year” for the Tennessee Army National Guard in the state’s annual Best Warrior Competition. He is a member of Detachment 1, Troop C, 1st Squadron, 278th Armored Cavalry Regiment, located in Springfield, Tenn. The two Soldiers edged out more than 20 other Soldiers within the state to earn the prestigious titles and were advanced to the Region III Best Warrior Competition that began earlier this week. Rottero earned the Leadership Award due to his professionalism and performance while attending the US Army Drill Sergeant Academy last year. Breedlove is currently enrolled at Volunteer State University, pursuing a Bachelor’s Degree in Business. The Best Warrior Competition recognizes Soldiers who demonstrate commitment to the Army values, embody the warrior ethos, and represent the force of the future. Over the course of four days, it is designed to test aptitude during urban warfare simulations, board interview skills, physical fitness levels, and warrior tasks and battle drills relevant to today’s operating environment. Each year, Soldiers across the US Army, Army National Guard, and Army Reserve compete locally, statewide for the National Guard, and regionally to determine which individual will represent their respective command at the culminating event in late September.


Shout out to Spc Jordon Breedlove, Det 1, Trp C, 1/278th ACR who is representing the TN #NationalGuard the regional twitter.com/i/web/status/8…

Tenn. #NationalGuard Soldiers from Nashville’s 230th Signal Company, currently deployed to Camp Buerhing, Kuwait, in support of Operation Spartan Shield, participated in the Battle of the Gridiron on April 3. Spc. Andrew LaMance, Spc. Michael McCafferty, Sgt. Pete Chamberlain and Sgt. Marlowe Munn took first place in a grueling football-skill oriented competition that pitted them against the best Soldiers on Camp Buehring. Sponsored bythe USO, the competition also featured meeting and competing against New Orleans Saints Cam Jordan, Miami Dolphins Byron Maxwell and the Tennessee Titans Delanie Walker. #NFL


Shout out to RRB's SSG Dustin Rottero, winner of the state Best Warrior Competition! He is currently at regionals i twitter.com/i/web/status/8…

Tennessee #NationalGuard rescues woman from Smokies who fell more than 100 feet
The 25-year-old woman fell 100-125 feet off a ledge from Cliff Tops, an overlook above Mt. LeConte.


Tennessee #NationalGuard rescues woman from Smokies who fell more than 100 feet wbir.com/news/local/wom…