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Memorial for fallen 27th BCT Soldiers Kabul, Afghanistan Jun 30, 2008

Saluting Fallen Comrades

The American flag flies at half-staff at Camp Phoenix in Kabul, Afghanistan on Monday, June 30, as Soldiers line up to pay their respects to one Marine and three Army National Guard Soldiers who were killed in action on June 25 and June 26.

Two New York Army National Guard Soldiers--Sgt. First Class Joseph McKay, aged 51 from Cambria Heights, Queens, and Spc. Mark Palmateer, aged 38, of Poughkeepsie-- were among three Soldiers killed on June 26.

The 27th Brigade Combat Team of the New York Army National Guard is providing command and control for Combined Joint Task Force Phoenix, a multi-national force training the Afghan Army and Police.

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NY National Guard In the News

Watertown Daily Times -- Fri, 24 Jul 2015 National Guard soldiers prepare for bigger missions at Fort Drum FORT DRUM - The mission was clear on Range 10B for the National Guard engineers of Alpha Company, 27th Brigade Special Troops Battalion: Make room. Approaching a razor wire line, they had... (more)

WSYR TV -- Thu, 23 Jul 2015 Inside the life of a soldier training at Fort Drum Fort Drum (WSYR-TV)- 4,000 soldiers from the National Guard’s 27th Infantry Brigade are undergoing an intense 3-week annual training at Fort Drum. While soldiers train, it’s... (more)

CBS Evening News -- Sun, 19 Jul 2015 Reporter’s Notebook: 72 hours in Greenland CBS News producer T. Sean Herbert recently traveled to Greenland for an assignment on climate change. He filed this Reporter’s Notebook on his experience. Sunday, June 28 The alarm... (more)

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