Master Sgt. Galen Heimbach, 193rd Special Operations Communications Flight unfolds and inflates the ground antenna transmit and receive system during annual training exercise Keystone Thunder, Savannah Combat Readiness Training Center, Ga. June 11. By using the CRTC as if it were a deployed location, the 193rd Airmen perform realistic training and are able to prepare for the rigors of a real world deployment. (U.S. Air National Guard Photo by Senior Master Sgt. David Hawkins/Released)
Happy Birthday to the Pennsylvania National Guard's 28th Infantry Division.
Roll On 28ID!
Timeline Photos Happy 135th Birthday to the Pennsylvania National Guard's @[100225035784:274:28th Infantry Division] — the oldest continuously serving division in @[44053938557:274:The U.S. Army]! On March 12, 1879, Governor Henry Hoyt signed General Order Number One appointing Maj. Gen. John Hartranft as the first division commander of the National Guard of Pennsylvania, and the most storied and renowned division in the history of the U.S. Army was born. Roll On 28ID!