CAMP SMITH--Brooklyn resident Brian Ayala, age 20, does morning physical training as he goes through the New York Guard's one-week basic training course for new recruits.
The New York Guard is an volunteer, unpaid state-only force, which augments and assists the New York National Guard during training and in state emergencies.
The New York Guard is conducting week-long schools for new recruits, non-commissioned officers, and company officers at Camp Smith Training Site near Peekskill, July 20-25.
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WNYT -- Thu, 12 Jan 2017 Police looking at surveillance video in deadly hit-and-run that killed National Guard member Colonie police are now reviewing surveillance video from local businesses as they try to find the driver involved in a hit-and-run that killed a National Guard member.
Times Union -- Mon, 09 Jan 2017 Police ID National Guard soldier as pedestrian in fatal hit-and-run COLONIE -- A master sergeant of the New York Army National Guard was killed in suspected hit-and-run Sunday while in town for weekend training, Colonie police said Monday.
Times Union -- Mon, 09 Jan 2017 Charlton resident earns Legion of Merit for 41 years of service New York Army National Guard Chief Warrant Officer 5 Robert Wold of Charlton received a Legion of Merit Medal for his nearly 41 years of outstanding services and achievements.