Mile, Donna
May 2007
Soldiers;May2007, Vol. 62 Issue 5, p43
The article focuses on the involvement of the members of the Alaska Army National Guard's 49th Missile Defense Battalion in a missile defense mission to protect the ground-based interceptor missiles housed in underground silos at Fort Greely. It cites the approaches that will be taken by the members of the unit in the event of an attack. It notes that all members of the unit applied for three-year Active Guard and Reserve assignments with the program.


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