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New York Special Team Trains With Vermonters

ST. JOHNSBURY, Vt. - New York Army National Guard Staff Sergeant Salvatore Cautela and Sgt. Michael Gerardi check for hazordous materials as they move through a building during lane two of a Joint Collective Training Excercise between the New York national Guard's 2nd Civil Support Team, (CST) and the 15th CST, Vermont National Guard.
The two day excercise held in Vermont's Northeast Kingdom brought together the New York and Vermont Civil Support Teams as well as two augmentees from Rhode Island and members of the St. Johnsbury Fire Department.
Civil Support Teams are trained to assist civilian first responders by identifying the presence of chemical, biological, or radiological hazards in the event of an attack, explosion or fire.

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NY National Guard In the News

Democrat and Chronicle -- Fri, 22 May 2015 Rochester soldier to accept honor for black WWI hero He first heard the name of Henry Johnson after being assigned to the Army National Guard base last fall in Latham, just outside of Albany. Louis Wilson said he went online and started researching.... (more)

WTEN -- Thu, 21 May 2015 National Guard honors military forces ahead of Memorial Day (Video) LATHAM, N.Y. (NEWS10) -- The New York National Guard conducted a pre-Memorial Day ceremony honoring military members who have died while serving their nation.

Army.mil -- Thu, 21 May 2015 New York Command Sergeant Major to receive Medal of Honor for World War I hero LATHAM, N.Y. (May 20, 2015) -- New York Army National Guardsman, Louis Wilson, has done a lot in a 39-year career.

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