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Photo by New York Guard Staff Sgt. Dave Konig, Headquarters NYG (Released)
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.

NY National Guard In the News

Associated Press -- Fri, 01 Aug 2014

New York Air Guardsman pushed down bar stairs dies

BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP)-- An Air National Guard member has died more than two months after authorities say he was pushed down a flight of stairs at a bar. The Buffalo News reported on William... (more)

Department of Defense -- Thu, 31 Jul 2014

Guardsmen Train for Insertion, Extraction

Stamford Daily Voice -- Thu, 31 Jul 2014

New WestConn Scholarship Honors Fallen Soldier, Son Of Stamford Cop

DANBURY, Conn.-- A new scholarship at Western Connecticut State University in Danbury has been set up to honor a soldier who lost his life while serving in Afghanistan on Sept. 5, 2013.

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