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Air Guardsmen Take CPR Training

LATHAM-- Col. Theodore Limpert and other members of Joint Forces headquarters-New York Air National Guard practice chest compressions as part of the American Heart Association's newest Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)training program.
Thirty New York Air National Guardsmen participated in the March training session and committed to the training of an additional 90 family members and friends.

"This was a great opportunity for our headquarters staff to gain life saving training," stated State Air Surgeon Dr. (Col) Reid Muller, who himself has saved two lives through use of CPR training. "Based upon our success with the headquarters staff, it is our hope that we might encourage similar training sessions in Air National Guard units statewide," he said.

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NY National Guard In the News

Watertown Times -- Tue, 31 May 2016 Henderson native, Air National Guardsman tells residents to get to know their veterans on Memorial Day HENDERSON - The guest speaker for the town's Memorial Day ceremony challenged listeners to learn who their local veterans are and thank them for their service.

Oneonta Daily Star -- Sat, 28 May 2016 'A VERY SPECIAL MAN': Adjutant general retains Roxbury, Oneonta roots As the newly appointed 53rd Adjutant General of New York, Major General Anthony P. German, 57, is responsible for the training and readiness of the 10,300 members of the New York Army National... (more)

Concordiensis -- Thu, 26 May 2016 Second Lieutenant Interview: Stephen Hoeprich What are your plans after graduation? I was commissioned into the New York Army National Guard as an Engineer Officer. I will be a Platoon Leader with an Engineer unit in southern NY.

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