'The Day Pigs Flew'

By Sgt. Jim GreenhillMay 2, 2007

Lt. Gen. Clyde Vaughn, director of the Army National Guard, tells Soldiers gathered at the Army National Guard Readiness Center in Arlington, Va., April 18, that the Army National Guard had reached its congressionally authorized end strength of 350,000 March 30, six months earlier than projected. The Soldiers who created the chart were obviously very proud the goal was reached so early; thus, the humorous label on the line graph and sketch of flying pigs.
1 / 1 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Lt. Gen. Clyde Vaughn, director of the Army National Guard, tells Soldiers gathered at the Army National Guard Readiness Center in Arlington, Va., April 18, that the Army National Guard had reached its congressionally authorized end strength of 350,000 March 30, six months earlier than projected. The Soldiers who created the chart were obviously very proud the goal was reached so early; thus, the humorous label on the line graph and sketch of flying pigs. (Photo Credit: Sgt. Jim Greenhill) VIEW ORIGINAL