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  • Voices of the VaANG: Staff Sgt. Michael Ngo

    “I think Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month is a great opportunity to provide a cultural experience to people from different backgrounds. Something I love about the military is you have people from all walks of life who come together for one cause."

  • Voices of the VaANG: Maj. Nikkia Ray

    "My father was in the Army and we moved around all the time. As military children, it’s like we have our own special fraternity or special club. You become a group with an understanding, a shared experience and a shared bond. When someone asks ‘where are you from?’ military kids have to go into a

  • Voices of the VaANG: Chief Master Sgt. Jennilee Kipper

    “When I first joined, I was the only woman in my technical training class. And then, when I got to my first base, there was only one other woman in my flight for a long time. That was just the norm! Chief wasn’t really a goal of mine and I think part of it was because I never really saw a lot of