Photo by SFC Steven Petibone, 42nd Combat Aviation Brigade
A member of the New York National Guard's 2nd Civil Support Team “clears a footprint” for his team during a Defense Support to Civil Authorities Response Exercise which kicked off Friday November 2, 2007. Clearing a footprint consists of identifying and sanitizing an area of chemical, biological and radiological contamination. This footprint is being cleared in preparation for the second phase of the exerecise in which the state's CERF-P team performs mass decontamination and casualty extraction exercises. CERF-P stands for Chemical, Biological,Radiological,Nuclear or High Yield Explosive Enhanced Response Force Package. The exercise was held at the New York State Office of Fire Prevention and Control's Urban Search and Rescue Training Center outside Albany.
NY National Guard In the News
Associated Press -- Mon, 18 Aug 2014
National Guard soldiers arrive home in New York
ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) --More than 250 soldiers in a New York Army National Guard aviation unit are back home from the Persian Gulf.
National Guard officials say the soldiers in the 42nd Combat... (more)
Associated Press -- Fri, 15 Aug 2014
NY Army National Guard gets new senior soldier .
ALBANY, N.Y. -- The New York Army National Guard is getting a new senior soldier who serves as the top enlisted person in the organization.
Nationalguard.mil -- Thu, 14 Aug 2014
New York Army National Guard Soldiers become MPs during four-week course
Instructors at the New York Army National Guard’s 106th Regional Training Institute here are cramming 20 weeks of classroom, field training and on-the-job instruction in police methods... (more)