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Rosemary Freitas Williams, Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Military Community and Family Policy, discusses resources for service members and their families to prevent holiday stress.
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On December 13th, 1636, a small group of militia men came together for their first drill. This video is the story of the U.S. Army National Guard, and how it continues to protect our country today.
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Photo: Georgia Army National Guard Capt. Chad Tyson receives a hug from son Chase during a welcome home ceremony for the Georgia National Guard's Agribusiness Development Team III in Marietta, Ga. on Nov. 23, after a 10-month deployment to Afghanistan. (National Guard photo by Capt. William Carraway/Released)

Georgia Army National Guard Capt. Chad Tyson receives a hug from son Chase during a welcome home ceremony in Marietta, Ga. on Nov. 23, after a 10-month deployment to Afghanistan.
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Photo: Private T. P. Loughlin of the 69th Regiment, New York National Guard, (165th Infantry) bids his family farewell, 1917 during WWI. (National Archives/ International Film Service courtesy photo/ Released)

Private T. P. Loughlin of the 69th Regiment, New York National Guard, (165th Infantry) bids his family farewell, 1917 during WWI.
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The Defense Department’s comptroller has called the partial government shutdown a “colossal waste of time,” and again urged lawmakers to end it.
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