Photo by Eric Durr, Division of Military and Naval Affairs (Released)
GUILDERLAND--Members of the New York Guard's Task Force 10 put the finishing touches on a pavilion they erected at the Guilderland Weekend Training Site near Albany, on Tuesday, July 21.
The members of the volunteer force, which augments and supports the New York Natonal Guard, are spending their week-long Annual Training installing improvements at the training site, which is used by the New York Army and Air National Guard for weapons training and by the New York State Police and local law enforcemnet agencies.
Other New York Guard members are doing similar work at the New York National Guard training site in Youngstown, Niagara County.
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