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HAYNEVILLE, Ala. -- Staff Sgt. N. Alicia Goldberger, a public affairs specialist from the 176th Wing, lends a hand drilling holes in concrete here May 4 to anchor support beams for a patio covering. Thirty-five members of the 176th Wing arrived here May 1 for 12 days of training through the Innovative Readiness Program. This program allows Guard and Reserve members to get the training they need while at the same time delivering real-world results -- in this case, providing an array of health-care services to a historically underserved area. Alaska Air National Guard photo by Capt. John Callahan.

PHOTO BY: Capt. John Callahan.
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