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Mobile simulation gives look at roles, responsibilities in Air National Guard

Jordan Maxfield, 14, of Brunswick, answers a question inside the Air National Guard Mobile Experience at the Schaghticoke Fair on Friday.
Photographer: Patrick Dodson
Jordan Maxfield, 14, of Brunswick, answers a question inside the Air National Guard Mobile Experience at the Schaghticoke Fair on Friday.
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One side of the Air National Guard’s Mobile Experience booth looks much like a kitchen that could be found in any residence across the country. But through another door in the exhibit is a mock command post designed to look like the ones guardsmen see when they’re deployed on missions. This duality is to impress on viewers and potential recruits the nature of joining the Guard, said Master Sgt. Andrew Stearns, a program manager for ...


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