Lt. Col. Cam Macomber, intelligence officer, Joint Force Headquarters, Rhode Island Air National Guard stands with Maj Klaus-Jurgen Kaivo, intelligence officer, Estonian Air Force during HEDGEHOG 2018. Photo courtesy of Lt. Col. Cam Macomber.
Members of the Rhode Island National Guard go door to door to inform and assist the community after a gas line issue left 7,000 homes in Newport and Middletown without heat on Thursday, January 24, 2019.  The Rhode Island National Guard was part of a multi-agency response to the incident after the Governor declared a state of emergency.  The RING went door to door to check on the health and welfare of the affected communities and keep them up to date as the repairs to the system progressed.  (U.S. Army National Guard photo by Capt. Mark Incze)
Members of the Rhode Island National Guard go door to door to inform and assist the community after a gas line issue left 7,000 homes in Newport and Middletown without heat on Thursday, January 24, 2019.  The Rhode Island National Guard was part of a multi-agency response to the incident after the Governor declared a state of emergency.  The RING went door to door to check on the health and welfare of the affected communities and keep them up to date as the repairs to the system progressed.  (U.S. Army National Guard photo by Capt. Mark Incze)
Members of the Rhode Island National Guard go door to door to inform and assist the community after a gas line issue left 7,000 homes in Newport and Middletown without heat on Thursday, January 24, 2019.  The Rhode Island National Guard was part of a multi-agency response to the incident after the Governor declared a state of emergency.  The RING went door to door to check on the health and welfare of the affected communities and keep them up to date as the repairs to the system progressed.  (U.S. Army National Guard photo by Capt. Mark Incze)
Members of the Rhode Island National Guard go door to door to inform and assist the community after a gas line issue left 7,000 homes in Newport and Middletown without heat on Thursday, January 24, 2019.  The Rhode Island National Guard was part of a multi-agency response to the incident after the Governor declared a state of emergency.  The RING went door to door to check on the health and welfare of the affected communities and keep them up to date as the repairs to the system progressed.  (U.S. Army National Guard photo by Capt. Mark Incze)
Members of the Rhode Island National Guard go door to door to inform and assist the community after a gas line issue left 7,000 homes in Newport and Middletown without heat on Thursday, January 24, 2019.  The Rhode Island National Guard was part of a multi-agency response to the incident after the Governor declared a state of emergency.  The RING went door to door to check on the health and welfare of the affected communities and keep them up to date as the repairs to the system progressed.  (U.S. Army National Guard photo by Capt. Mark Incze)
The G12E Parachute is the focus of cross-training for Soldiers from the 56th Quartermaster Rigger Support Team, RI Army National Guard and their RI Air National Guard counterparts, January 5, 2019, Quonset Point, North Kingstown RI. Training on the G12E Cargo Parachute increases proficiency on air drop systems and improves interoperability.  (U.S. Army National Guard Photo by Sgt. 1st Class Michael A. Simmons)
The G12E Parachute is the focus of cross-training for Soldiers from the 56th Quartermaster Rigger Support Team, RI Army National Guard and their RI Air National Guard counterparts, January 5, 2019, Quonset Point, North Kingstown RI. Training on the G12E Cargo Parachute increases proficiency on air drop systems and improves interoperability.  (U.S. Army National Guard Photo by Sgt. 1st Class Michael A. Simmons)
The G12E Parachute is the focus of cross-training for Soldiers from the 56th Quartermaster Rigger Support Team, RI Army National Guard and their RI Air National Guard counterparts, January 5, 2019, Quonset Point, North Kingstown RI. Training on the G12E Cargo Parachute increases proficiency on air drop systems and improves interoperability.  (U.S. Army National Guard Photo by Sgt. 1st Class Michael A. Simmons)
The G12E Parachute is the focus of cross-training for Soldiers from the 56th Quartermaster Rigger Support Team, RI Army National Guard and their RI Air National Guard counterparts, January 5, 2019, Quonset Point, North Kingstown RI. Training on the G12E Cargo Parachute increases proficiency on air drop systems and improves interoperability.  (U.S. Army National Guard Photo by Sgt. 1st Class Michael A. Simmons)
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