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Tulsi Gabbard leaves Hawaii Army National Guard after 17 years for California duty

  • COURTESY ALASKA STATE REP. JOSH REVAK
                                Army Reservist Maj. Tulsi Gabbard, with the 351st Civil Affairs Command out of California, spoke with Qawalangin Tribe staff during an Innovative Readiness Training program visit in Unalaska, Alaska, in August.

    COURTESY ALASKA STATE REP. JOSH REVAK

    Army Reservist Maj. Tulsi Gabbard, with the 351st Civil Affairs Command out of California, spoke with Qawalangin Tribe staff during an Innovative Readiness Training program visit in Unalaska, Alaska, in August.

The Hawaii National Guard confirmed that Gabbard, who holds the rank of major, made the switch in June. The transfer to an out-of-state unit was not formally announced, even within the Hawaii Guard. Read more

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