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ND Army National Guard ranked 1st in nation for recruitment


British soldiers train with ND National Guard unit


Air Force to hold one-day stand-down to address suicide rates, mental health


Remembering Our Fallen at the North Dakota State Fair


Joyful homecoming for Minot airmen and families


Minot woman's '22 boots' veterans tribute on display Saturday in Tioga


Grand Forks Air Force Base main mission changed to reconnaissance


American Legion Post 40 dedicates memorial for veterans


Senate passes defense act impacting MAFB with military upgrades


B-52 from Minot intercepted by Russian jets


Veterans Portrait Project coming to Bismarck


North Dakota honors veterans


Dakota Territory Air Museum remembers D-Day


North Dakota vets remember D-Day and its legacy


Inside the Memorial Day flyover


State leaders, veterans remember troops that gave ultimate sacrifice


World War II plane passes through Bismarck


Gold star family reflects on seven years since National Guard son killed in Afghanistan


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