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Naval Militia Change of Command Held

Major General Joseph Taluto, the Adjutant General, hands the colors of the New York Naval Militia to Naval Militia Commander Major General Robert Wolf, while Naval Militia Command Master Chief Robert Clark looks on, during Change of Command Ceremonies held Feb. 15 at the State University of New York Maritime College in New York City. New York State Deputy Secretary for Public Safety Michael Balboni (rear) was also present.

The New York Naval Militia is one of four components of New York?s Military Forces along with the New York Army and Air National Guard and the all-volunteer New York Guard, New York's State Defence Force.

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National Guard.mil -- Wed, 01 Jul 2015 New York Army National Guard teams sharpen bomb disposal skills at Raven’s Challenge ORISKANY, N.Y. --Donning 70 pound protective suits in scorching heat, New York Army National Guard Soldiers engaged explosive devices left in banks and restaurants, utilized state-of-the-art... (more)

Sioux City Journal -- Tue, 30 Jun 2015 Military museum paints picture of National Guard history JOHNSTON, Iowa | The Iowa Gold Star Military Museum is located on the grounds of Camp Dodge, a huge 4,200-acre National Guard training facility just outside of Johnston. Master Sgt. Duff McFadden,... (more)

National Guard.mil -- Tue, 30 Jun 2015 New York Army Guard Soldiers hone mission command skills during Fort Drum exercise FORT DRUM, N.Y. - New York Army National Guard Lt. Col. Kevin Ferreira maneuvered his computer-generated UH-60 helicopter above the pixelated terrain below

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