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Bulgarian Special Operations Forces and U.S. Army Green Berets assigned to 20th Special Forces Group (Airborne) ride together aboard an MH-60M Blackhawk from the U.S. Army’s 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (Airborne) at Novo Selo Training Area, Bulgaria, June 14, 2019, as part of Trojan Footprint 19. Trojan Footprint is an annual U.S. Special Operations Command Europe-led exercise that incorporates Allied and partner special operations forces. This year's exercise brought together 1400 SOF from ten nations for training over land, sea and air across Bulgaria, Hungary, Romania and the Black Sea. (U.S. Army photo by Staff Sgt. Elizabeth Pena)
Trojan Footprint brings Green Beret Citizen Soldiers to Black Sea region
By Story by Sgt. 1st Class Whitney Hughes | Aug. 14, 2019
When most people imagine the U.S. Army National Guard, they might think of Soldiers responding to domestic disasters, Guardsmen cradling a child through waist-deep flood waters, or blazing through blizzards in HUMVEE’s. What isn’t typically seen are the pivotal roles Green Berets and Soldiers of the Army’s 19th and 20th Special Forces Groups (Airborne) play in special operations around the world. 

The 233d Space Group situates its vehicle for a field exercise.
What should a U.S. Space Force look like? (commentary)
By Lt. Col. Andrew Diederich | Aug. 13, 2019
Indeed, so much of what the global public relies upon for work and life depends on space

National Guard Arctic Interest Council members, left to right, U.S. Army Chief Warrant Officer 5 Charles Zanoff, Colorado Army National Guard, U.S. Air Force Brig. Gen. Shawn Cloutheir, New York Air National Guard, U.S. Army Brig. Gen. Gregory Day, Oregon Army National Guard, and, U.S. Army Brig. Gen. David E. Wood, Pennsylvania Army National Guard watch as a National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration scientist in Boulder, Colorado, demonstrates equipment associated with surface sensors that monitor the rapidly changing Arctic climate.   The NG AIC met in Golden, Colorado, June 25-27, 2019, to consult with local experts on environmental changes occurring in the Arctic and to chart a way forward for military operations in the region.
Colorado hosts Golden opportunity for the National Guard in the Arctic
By Elena O’Bryan, Colorado National Guard Public Affairs | Aug. 7, 2019
The National Guard Arctic Interest Council met in Golden, Colorado, June 25-27, 2019. The NG AIC consulted with local experts on environmental changes occurring at the North Pole and charted a way forward to “identify capability gaps and pursue potential sourcing solutions.”