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“Action at Apache Canyon,” by artist Domenick D’Andrea.
The National Guard Bureau Heritage Series painting depicts the charge of Apache Canyon, which took place March 26, 1862. It was the first day of the first hostile engagement for the First Colorado Infantry Regiment. These men -- more than a thousand of Colorado Territory's townsmen, farmers, ranchers and miners -- were the state's first Citizen-Soldiers. These ancestors of the modern-day Colorado National Guard carried the fate of the United States in their sights. The charge took place on the first day of the Battle of Glorieta Pass, which lasted through March 28, 1862 and was the battle in which the Coloradoans helped permanently secure the western U.S. for the Union.
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Senior Master Sgt. John McCallick, 140th Maintenance Group, aspires to one day be a chief master sergeant in the Colorado Air National Guard, but he is also pursuing his love for art. While off duty, he creates a wide variety of artwork, from murals to sketches, and even airbrushing for his family, friends, and coworkers. (Photo courtesy of Senior Master Sgt. John McCallick)
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Senior Master Sgt. John McCallick, 140th Maintenance Group, aspires to one day be a chief master sergeant in the Colorado Air National Guard, but he is also pursuing his love for art. While off duty, he creates a wide variety of artwork, from murals to sketches, and even airbrushing for his family, friends, and coworkers. (Photo courtesy of Senior Master Sgt. John McCallick)
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Senior Master Sgt. John McCallick, 140th Maintenance Group, aspires to one day be a chief master sergeant in the Colorado Air National Guard, but he is also pursuing his love for art. While off duty, he creates a wide variety of artwork, from murals to sketches, and even airbrushing for his family, friends, and coworkers. (Photo courtesy of Senior Master Sgt. John McCallick)
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233d Space Group, 140th Wing, Colorado Air National Guard
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1st Lt. Ben Garland, 140th Wing Public Affairs, Colorado Air National Guard.
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The 233rd Space Group, 140th Wing, Colorado Air National Guard, formerly known as the 137th Space Warning Squadron, operates several trucks in order to carry out their 24/7 alert space mission from almost anywhere during contingency operations.
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In 1947, President Truman signed the National Security Act which established the new defense organization, and along with it the creation of the US Air Force as an independent service, equal to the US Army and US Navy. "I remind all of our citizens that the air power of the nation is essential to the preservation of our liberty, and that the continued development of the science of air transportation is vital to the trade and commerce of a peaceful world." ~ Harry S. Truman 33rd president of the United States. (KT)
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Proposed modification of the Cheyenne Military Operations Area
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The Colorado National Guard and other Colorado-based military service members will participate in the ProRodeo Military Appreciation Day Jan. 18, 2012. (Photo courtesy of National Western Stock show)
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Recruiting Poster for the Colorado Air National Guard.
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Recruiting Poster for the Colorado Air National Guard.
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Sometimes, the bravest thing you can ever do, is ask for help. Now members of the military (active, Guard or Reserves), veterans and any family members can text the Veteran Crisis Center for help in averting suicide. No key word or specific messaging required. Just send a message to 838255. There is no cost no matter what service provider you use and it is completely confidential.
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Family Program Logo
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200th Airlift Squadron patch
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In honor of the 150th Anniversary of the Colorado National Guard, the 140th Wing painted an F-16 tail flash to commemorate this anniversary.  The flash was designed by Visual Information Coordinator, U.S Army Master Sgt. Dave Schmidt, and painted by 140th Wing maintainers, Master Sgt. Jim Riser and Technical Sgt. Phil Kistler.  The jet will remain painted and flown by 140th Wing Commander, Brig. Gen. Trulan A. Eyre, throughout 2010.
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