Alabama National Guard
210518-A-HB425-652.JPG Photo By: Pfc. Alleyson Singley

JFHQ - Alabama National Guard Pfc. Landon Woodard, CROWS operator in Delta Company 1-167th Infantry Battalion, calibrates his CROWS in preparation for an ambush exercise with the Hellenic Army in part of the Immediate Response Exercise of DEFENDER-Europe 21, near Xanthi, Greece, May 19, 2021. The CROWS or Common Remote Operated Weapons Station is a mounted weapons system controlled by software installed into the vehicle allowing remote operation while on the move or stationary (U.S. Army photo by Pfc. Alleyson Singley).


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Video by Staff Sgt. William Frye
From Foster Care to Flight
Joint Force Headquarters - Alabama National Guard
March 8, 2022 | 4:36
Sgt. Lisa Arnett, a CH-47 Chinook crew chief with the ALNG’s B Co. 1-169th Aviation Regiment, talks about her life, career, and motivations at Sumpter Smith Joint National Guard Base in Birmingham, Alabama, Feb. 8, 2022. Arnett’s childhood of trauma and abuse in the foster care system led her to service in the Alabama National Guard, which turned her story into a positive force of change for others like her.

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