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Missouri National Guard Airman dedicates her career to helping others
U.S. Air Force Kristie Miller, assigned to the 139th Medical Group, Missouri Air National Guard, poses for a photo in front of a testing tent at a drive-thru COVID-19 testing site in Independence, Missouri, May 26, 2019. The Missouri National Guard is partnered with the Department of Health and Senior Services, local health departments, and health care providers to provide approximately 500 tests per day, during a five day period at the Independence location. Missouri Gov. Mike Parson set the goal of testing 10,000 Missouri residents in the next 10-days, as a strategy for containing the spread of COVID-19 in the state. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Tech. Sgt. Patrick Evenson)
July 1, 2020 - ST. JOSEPH, Mo. -- Maj. Kristie Miller grew up knowing two things - she wanted to join the military and she wanted to have an impact on people’s lives. Now she is doing both as the chief nurse for the 139th Airlift Wing’s Medical Group Detachment One.

Father and sons proudly serving together in the Missouri National Guard
Crowder Family
June 20, 2020 - JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Larry Crowder and his sons Tim and Chris share a special bond by serving together in the Missouri National Guard. Lt. Col. Larry Crowder, Deputy G1 for the Missouri National Guard, joined the military in 1992, will retire in August. He said he walked into the recruiting office at the age of 29 and said, “I want to join your organization.” This was no easy feat considering he already had three young sons.

Missouri National Guard family protects the community together
Pvt. Austin Rogers (left) and Pfc. Kristen Arroyo with the 229th Multifunctional Medical Battalion, Missouri National Guard, conduct a COVID-19 test May 29, 2020, in Dardenne Prairie, Mo. There are approximately 130 MONG servicemembers supporting testing sites around the state providing free COVID-19 tests to the public as part of the state's response to the Coronavirus pandemic. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Tech. Sgt. John E. Hillier)
June 19, 2020 - HILLSBORO, Mo. – Service in the National Guard is often a family affair with brothers sisters, sons and daughters following in each other’s’ footsteps, joining the same units and serving together. One Missouri family now is taking their family service a step further, on duty together in the fight against COVID-19.

Coleman family mobilized to help support COVID-19 response efforts
Coleman Family
June 19, 2020 - ST. JOSEPH, Mo. - For one Missouri National Guard family, helping the community is a family affair. While the Coleman family is accustomed to mobilizations and deployments, COVID-19 presented a new challenge when the husband-wife team mobilized at the same time on different sides of Missouri.