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Download full resolution image Senator Kirsten Gillibrand greets New York Army National Guard Warrant Officer Candidate Joshua Udell in Troy, N.Y.

Rainbow Soldiers Meet with Senator Gillibrand

TROY, N.Y. -- Senator Kirsten Gillibrand greets New York Army National Guard Warrant Officer Candidate Joshua Udell during a visit with Maj. Gen. Steven Wickstrom, left, and the leaders of the 42nd Infantry Division Headquarters here April 1. Gillibrand met with Wickstrom to learn more about the division’s role in domestic response missions in times of disaster and the headquarters support to the wartime missions of six combat brigades spread over five states. Gillibrand thanked the men and women of the division headquarters for their service and sacrifice and reaffirmed her commitment to work in Congress to support servicemembers and their families.

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