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Members of the WADS Canadian Detachment gather after the Veterans Day program at the Tahoma National Cemetery.  First Row (R-L)  -  Brig. Gen. Michel-Henri St-Louis (I Corps deputy commanding general-operations), Maj. Scott LeBlanc, Maj. Michael Wiseman, Capt. Ken Mui, Lt. Col. Matthew Wappler (WADS Canadian Detachment commander), Warrant Officer Gilles Turgeon, Capt. Jordon Harpe, Master Cpl. Jason Rowsell, Maj. Marcelo Plada, Capt. Julie.  Second Row (R-L) – Capt. Mark Hynes, Master Cpl. Ken Thomson, Capt. Patrick Morris, Capt. Todd Rose, Master Seaman Malisa Ogunniya, Sgt. Don Ellery, Capt. Barb Steele, Capt. Victor Choi and Sgt. David Bilodeau.
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Members of the WADS Canadian Detachment await the beginning of the Veterans Day program at the Tahoma National Cemetery.  Pictured from front to back are: Capt. Todd Rose, Capt. Patrick Morris, Capt. Mark Hynes, Master Seaman Malisa Ogunniya, Capt. Barb Steele and Capt. Jordon Harpe.
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Lt. Col. Matthew Wappler, WADS Canadian Detachment commander, speaks about the Canadian effort during the Korean War and the significance of the poppy flower during the Veterans Day program at Tahoma National Cemetery.
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Brig. Gen. Jeremy Horn, commander of the Washington Air National Guard, shared the stage for about an hour with Washington State Auditor Pat McCarthy, who emphasized the value of performance audits; Department of Revenue Deputy Director Marcus Glasper, who talked about being cognizant of public input and not creating policies in a vacuum; and Michael Meotti, executive director of the Washington Student Achievement Council, who noted that facilitating is connecting interested parties, working with them and learning to walk away. (Washington Military Department photo by Steven Friederich)
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UTUADO, Puerto Rico – Richard Dessert, a Washington Air National Guard master sergeant, unloads emergency kits to residents in the remote mountain areas around Utuado Oct. 5, 2017.  Dessert volunteered to deploy in support of his civilian employer, World Vision, to provide Hurricane Maria relief and IT support.  (Courtesy photo by Richard Dessert)
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UTUADO, Puerto Rico – Richard Dessert, second from right, a Washington Air National Guard master sergeant, prepares to unload relief supplies gathered from the Puerto Rico National Guard distribution point in Utuado to a staging point at the El Calvario Church Oct. 5, 2017.  Dessert volunteered to deploy in support of his civilian employer, World Vision, to provide Hurricane Maria relief and IT support.  (Courtesy photo by Richard Dessert)
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UTUADO, Puerto Rico – Washington Air National Guardsman Master Sgt. Richard Dessert travels the treacherous mountainous roads near Utuado in order to deliver Hurricane Maria relief supplies Oct. 5, 2017.  Dessert volunteered to deploy in support of his civilian employer, World Vision, to provide Hurricane Maria relief and IT support.  (Courtesy photo by Richard Dessert)
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UTUADO, Puerto Rico – Washington Air National Guardsman Master Sgt. Richard Dessert travels the treacherous mountainous roads near Utuado in order to deliver Hurricane Maria relief supplies Oct. 5, 2017.  Dessert volunteered to deploy in support of his civilian employer, World Vision, to provide Hurricane Maria relief and IT support.  (Courtesy photo by Richard Dessert)
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UTUADO, Puerto Rico – Washington Air National Guardsman Master Sgt. Richard Dessert travels the treacherous roads near Utuado in order to deliver Hurricane Maria relief supplies Oct. 5, 2017.  Dessert volunteered to deploy in support of his civilian employer, World Vision, to provide Hurricane Maria relief and IT support.  (Courtesy photo by Richard Dessert)
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UTUADO, Puerto Rico – Washington Air National Guardsman Master Sgt. Richard Dessert travels the treacherous roads near Utuado in order to deliver Hurricane Maria relief supplies Oct. 5, 2017.  Dessert volunteered to deploy in support of his civilian employer, World Vision, to provide Hurricane Maria relief and IT support.  (Courtesy photo by Richard Dessert)
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BAYAMONCITO, Puerto Rico -- Washington Air National Guardsman Master Sgt. Richard Dessert provides satellite phone capability to Roberto Diaz to call his son in the continental United States to let him know that he is alive and well Oct. 8, 2017.  Diaz was unable to communicate with his son due to the infrastructure devastation on the island.  Through a friend of a friend, Dessert was asked to try and find Diaz.  Dessert spent the better part of a day driving almost impassable roads and talking with Bayamoncito residents to try and locate him.  (Courtesy photo by Richard Dessert)
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UTUADO, Puerto Rico – Washington Air National Guardsman Master Sgt. Richard Dessert travels the treacherous roads near Utuado in order to deliver Hurricane Maria relief supplies Oct. 5, 2017.  Dessert volunteered to deploy in support of his civilian employer, World Vision, to provide Hurricane Maria relief and IT support.  (Courtesy photo by Richard Dessert)
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U.S. wins the Western Air Defense Sector's U.S. vs Canada Softball Challenge Cup by a final score of 25-10.  Col. William Krueger, 225th Air Defense Group commander (center), and Chief Master Sgt. Allan Lawson, 225th Air Defense Squadron senior enlisted advisor, hold the Challenge Cup trophy.
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Lt. Col. Eric Corder, assistant director of operations for the 225th Air Defense Squadron, discusses air defense intercept concepts with the Guatemalan Air Force as part of the State Partnership Program Aug. 25, 2017.  The SPP links a state's National Guard with the armed forces of a partner country in a cooperative, mutually beneficial relationship by means of tailored, small footprint, high-impact security cooperation engagements that foster long-term enduring relationships with U.S. friends and allies around the world.  The SPP arose from a 1991 U.S. European Command decision to pair reserve component soldiers and airmen with the armed forces of the then newly formed nations of the Baltic Region following the collapse of the Soviet Bloc.
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The 225th Air Defense Squadron members exchange unit coins with the Guatemalan Air Force during their State Partnership Program visit to Guatemala Aug. 25, 2017.  The SPP links a state's National Guard with the armed forces of a partner country in a cooperative, mutually beneficial relationship by means of tailored, small footprint, high-impact security cooperation engagements that foster long-term enduring relationships with U.S. friends and allies around the world.  The SPP arose from a 1991 U.S. European Command decision to pair reserve component soldiers and airmen with the armed forces of the then newly formed nations of the Baltic Region following the collapse of the Soviet Bloc.
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