New York Governor Eliot Spitzer, the Commander in Chief of the New York National Guard, expresses support Tuesday, July 31, for members of the 27th Brigade Combat Team who are due to be deployed in Afghanistan in 2008. The brigade, which is headquartered in Syracuse, NY, will be responsible for training Afghan National Army troops.
Approximately 1700 soldiers from around the state will be part of the deployment. Spitzer visited the brigades headquarters at the Thompson Road Armory to thank the soldiers for their service and pledge the support of the people of the state.
NY National Guard In the News
Defense Visual Information Distributions System -- Mon, 21 Apr 2014
Forging a friendship
TABUK, Saudi Arabia -- For the third time in five years, U.S. Forces conducted a joint exercise in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia as part of Friendship and Ironhawk three at the Tactical Training... (more)
Times Union -- Mon, 21 Apr 2014
Duty Calls: Two airmen earn Meritorious Service Medal
Two New York Air National Guard senior master sergeants have earned a Meritorious Service Medal.
Nationalguard.mil -- Fri, 18 Apr 2014
New York Army National Guard pilot tests himself during Bataan Death March Memorial
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So New York Army National Guard Warrant Officer John Seeger decided he was not going to take his boots off until he finished the entire... (more)