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ANGAir National Guard
ANGAngle
ANGNetherlands Antillian Guilder (ISO currency code)
AngAnglian (linguistics)
ANGAngiogram
ANGAnglice
ANGAmerican Needlepoint Guild, Inc.
ANGAmerican Angler
ANGAmerican Newspaper Guild
ANGAlberta Natural Gas
ANGAssociated Natural Gas (Company; Missouri)
ANGAir Niugini, Papua New Guinea (ICAO code)
ANGAdaptive Non-Linear Guidance
ANGAcademia Non Grata (Estonian art school; est. 1998)
ANGAlameda News Group (California)
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The Air National Guard Mobile Experiencebrings to life the important missions -- statewide in communities and globally in support of our nation's homeland defense efforts -- that Air Guard men and women serve on as part of their dual role supporting both federal and state governments," said Senior Master Sergeant Angela Petri, ANG events marketing manager.
The ANG has never failed to participate when the RegAF gave it the opportunity to do so, but there are better ways to access the ANG than the current combination of voluntary and involuntary mobilization.
We were able to tap into ANG resources at Meridian, Miss.
Klamath Falls Airport-Kingsley Field, ANG, DSN 830-6198, commercial 541-885-6198.
Drew West, founder and CEO of ANG, stated, "The relationship we have developed with Direct Energy Business allows us to expand our station rollout strategy while being able to offer both companies' current and future clients a turnkey CNG fueling solution.
The ANG has announced plans to base a total of 24 C-27Js by placing four of them at each of six locations, but it has not decided where to place the remaining 14 aircraft.
Ellington Field JRB, ANG, DSN 454-2337, commercial 281-929-2337.
Fielding plans for the F-35, which recapitalize six active component (AC) wings (with 72 aircraft each) before recapitalizing the first ANG squadron in 2019, have a significant effect on the figure's dark area.
ANG Newspapers, a division of MediaNews Group, has the second-largest daily circulation among newspapers in the East Bay and reaches over 700,000 readers a day.
After ANG stories began in December 2002, Battin introduced a bill in 2003 that stalled in the Legislature.
This enables the first phase of the world's first commercial ANG project.
ANG is the dominant newspaper group in Alameda County, with four daily newspapers, including the Oakland Tribune, Daily Review, the Argus and the Tri-Valley Herald.