"The men and women of the National Guard, over 450,000 today, are the best I have ever seen in my whole career. They volunteer, they know exactly what the world is like today, so they know when they join, they could be called by the Air Force or Army to go to combat. They also know that at any moment of the day they could be called by their governor to respond in the homeland. It's a real honor and humbled to be able to represent these men and women."

---General Frank Grass praising the men and women of the U.S. National Guard

General Frank Grass, the 27th Chief of the National Guard and a member of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, called into Kilmeade & Friends to talk about the 379th birthday of the Guard and explained to the audience the great work our National Guard does both here and around the world. Plus, General Grass talked about the evolving threat of ISIS and the need to make sure the Guard is fully prepared to help local law enforcement in case of a domestic attack.

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