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of the U.S. military 
services, published 
under the provisions  
of AR 360-1, AFI35-101 
and the Arkansas 
Military Department.
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Maj. Gen. Mark Berry, adjutant general of the Arkansas National Guard speaks to the audience gathered to 
	witness the transfer of ownership of the Berryville Readiness center to the city of Berryville in a ceremony Tuesday.
Arkansas National Guard Hands over the keys
Maj. Gen. Mark Berry, adjutant general of the Arkansas National Guard speaks to the audience gathered to witness the transfer of ownership of the Berryville Readiness center to the city of Berryville in a ceremony Tuesday.