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Governor Roy Cooper today announced that Major General Greg Lusk, 40th adjutant general for the North Carolina National Guard, plans to retire this winter.
Governor Roy Cooper today announced that Major General Greg Lusk, 40th adjutant general for the North Carolina National Guard, plans to retire this winter.
 
Governor Pat McCrory continues his aggressive push to make North Carolina a permanent home and destination for more of America's veterans.
Governor Pat McCrory continues his aggressive push to make North Carolina a permanent home and destination for more of America's veterans.
 
In 1781, Lieutenant General Charles Cornwallis of the British Army defeated Major General Nathanael Greene in a brief but critical Revolutionary War skirmish later known as the Battle of the Guilford Court House.
In 1781, Lieutenant General Charles Cornwallis of the British Army defeated Major General Nathanael Greene in a brief but critical Revolutionary War skirmish later known as the Battle of the Guilford Court House.
 
With World War II imminent, in December 1940, the U.S. Government awarded $16.8 million in contracts for building one of the first military installations in preparation for that war.
With World War II imminent, in December 1940, the U.S. Government awarded $16.8 million in contracts for building one of the first military installations in preparation for that war.
 
Born in Charleston, South Carolina, on March 28, 1818, Wade Hampton III was heir to one of the largest fortunes in the South. Wade Hampton III was a proficient businessman and legislator, who had misgivings about the slavery system.
Born in Charleston, South Carolina, on March 28, 1818, Wade Hampton III was heir to one of the largest fortunes in the South. Wade Hampton III was a proficient businessman and legislator, who had misgivings about the slavery system.
 
Governor McCrory met with high-ranking military officials, including the Commandant of the Marines Corps, and congressional leaders in Washington, D.C. today, urging continued support for military personnel and installations in North Carolina.
Governor McCrory met with high-ranking military officials, including the Commandant of the Marines Corps, and congressional leaders in Washington, D.C. today, urging continued support for military personnel and installations in North Carolina.
 
Today, Governor Pat McCrory announced Major General Gregory Lusk will continue to serve as the commander of the North Carolina National Guard, comprised of a ready team of nearly 12,000 citizen soldiers and airmen.
Today, Governor Pat McCrory announced Major General Gregory Lusk will continue to serve as the commander of the North Carolina National Guard, comprised of a ready team of nearly 12,000 citizen soldiers and airmen.
 
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