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Services Help Turn Soldiers Back into Citizens

New York Army National Guard Sgt. Kizzy Blake speaks with New York State Dept. of Labor representative Rod Donnelly at the National Guard's Yellow Ribbon Reintegration event May 2 in Uniondale, Long Island.

The event hosted members of the New York Army National Guard's 133rd Quartermaster Company, providing nearly 170 Soldiers and family members with information about benefits and services for the returning Iraq war veterans.

The Reintegration Program is designed to help transition the Soldiers back to Citizens.

The unit mobilized in early March 2008 following an intensive annual training period in February 2008 to conduct individual Soldier training at Fort Dix to prepare for the unit's deployment to Iraq.

The company was responsible for several important sustainment operations at Al Asad. The unit managed a food distribution warehouse and fuel logistics yard, providing everything from food for the troops to fuel for convoys and helicopters. In addition, the Soldiers managed a water purification and distribution site.

Photo by Lt. Col. Richard Goldenberg, 42nd Infantry Division.

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NY National Guard In the News

Time Warner Cable News -- Tue, 01 Dec 2015 Groundbreaking for New Facility at Camp Smith Military officials break ground on a new facility at Camp Smith, where National Guard troops for southeastern New York are trained. Time Warner Cable News' Steve Brennan has more.

Syracuse.com -- Mon, 30 Nov 2015 Police investigating suspicious death of young man in Lewis County NY State Police are investigating the suspicious death of a 31-year-old man in Croghan, Lewis County.

Saratogian -- Mon, 30 Nov 2015 Trees for Troops: Tree farms donate trees to military members, their CHARLTON -- Several local tree farms are spreading the spirit of Christmas with military members and their families this season through an 11-year tradition called Trees for Troops.

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