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  • Mississippi National Guardsmen heading to inauguration

    Approximately 150 Mississippi National Guardsmen departed from the 172nd Airlift Wing in Flowood, Miss. this morning to provide support for the 58th Presidential Inauguration ceremony on Friday, Jan. 20. The joint team will conduct missions in support of the Joint Task Force - District of Columbia (JTF-DOC). Their activities will include traffic control, crowd management, and communications operations. See the attached press release for additional details.

Approximately 150 Mississippi National Guardsmen departed from the 172nd Airlift Wing in Flowood, Miss. this morning to provide support for the 58th Presidential Inauguration ceremony on Friday, Jan. 20. The joint team will conduct missions in support of the Joint Task Force - District of Columbia (JTF-DOC). Their activities will include traffic control, crowd management, and communications operations. See the attached press release for additional details. 2nd Lt. William T. Hill, JFH-MS Public Affairs Mississippi National Guard
Approximately 150 Mississippi National Guardsmen departed from the 172nd Airlift Wing in Flowood, Miss. this morning to provide support for the 58th Presidential Inauguration ceremony on Friday, Jan. 20. The joint team will conduct missions in support of the Joint Task Force - District of Columbia (JTF-DOC). Their activities will include traffic control, crowd management, and communications operations. See the attached press release for additional details. 2nd Lt. William T. Hill, JFH-MS Public Affairs Mississippi National Guard

Mississippi National Guard providing inauguration support

January 18, 2017 3:20 PM