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Soldiers training in the mud
Photo by Army Specialist Gary Silverman
CAMP RAMADI, IRAQ-- Soldiers from the New York Army National Guard’s 442nd Military Police Company, based at the Jamaica, Queens Armory, train in stretcher bearing skills on February 16. The company has been assigned to the 4th Advise and Assist Brigade of the 3rd Infantry Division while deployed.
The company is expected to return to the United States in early April.

NY National Guard In the News

Oneonta Daily Star -- Wed, 22 Oct 2014

National Guard to offer disaster training

The National Guard will be at the State University College at Oneonta on Thursday to present a Citizen Preparedness Corps Training, according to a recent release

midHudsonnews.com -- Tue, 21 Oct 2014

Naval Militia practices coastal searches on Hudson

PEEKSKILL -- New York Naval Militia sailors are spending the weekend practicing day and night searches of coastal areas of the Hudson off Peekskill and Haverstraw.

WSYR -- Mon, 20 Oct 2014

Seven good Samaritans honored for helping rescue National Guard Officer in fiery Thruway crash

Syracuse (WSYR-TV) - Two New York Army National Guard soldiers along with five civilians are being honored for risking their lives to save a National Guardsman from a fiery car crash on the... (more)

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