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Responses from National Guard, DoD re: Save-A-Life Foundation's alleged training (2009)

Responses from National Guard, DoD re: Save-A-Life Foundation's alleged training (2009)

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Published by: Gordon T. Pratt on Oct 15, 2010
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NATIONAL GUARD BUREAU
1411 JEFFERSON DAVIS HIGHWAYARLINGTON VA 22202-3231
May 6, 2009Office of the Chief CounselThis letter is in response to your Freedom of Information Act request dated June 8,2008, andsubsequent request dated March 17, 2009 for records on the Save a Life Foundation, NationalGuard Youth Challenge Program. Specifically, you were seeking records pertaining to therelationship to the National Guard and any National Guard and Youth Challenge Programrepresentatives; the relationship with the Department of Defense (DoD) and DoD employees;any records on National Guard or DoD training programs involving the foundation; any recordspertaining to any National Guard or DoD funding of the foundation; and any correspondence toand from the foundation or any of its representatives. Your request was assigned case #08-084.A search for responsive documents by knowledgeable staff in the National Guard BureauPublic Affairs Office, Illinois National Guard State Headquarters Public Affairs Office, and theNational Guard Bureau Office of Athletics and Youth Development failed to locate any recordsthat would be responsive to your request. You made your initial request on June
8,2008
to theOffice of the Secretary of Defense; therefore we have not referred to your request to their officeto conduct any additional search for records.If you are not satisfied with this action, you may appeal to the appellate authority, the Directorof Administration and Management, Office of the Secretary of Defense. To submit your appeal,you should write directly to the Defense Freedom of Information Policy Office, Attn: Mr. JamesHogan, 1155 Defense Pentagon, Washington, D.C. 20301-1155. Your appeal should include acopy of this letter, be postmarked within 60 calendar days of the date of this letter, should cite tocase number #08-084, and should be clearly marked "Freedom of Information Act Appeal.This concludes the processing of your request. If you have any further questions regardingyour request please contact me at (703) 607-3195.Sincerely,Jennifer NikolaisenFreedom of Information Act/Privacy Act OfficerNational Guard Bureau

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