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Soldier going through first aid Soldier task.

Testing The Best at Camp Smith

CAMP SMITH-- New York Army National Guard SGT Shawn S. Chapple of the Utica based 107th Military Police Company, recites all the steps to evaluating a casualty under combat conditions to task tester SGT Cory Goodspeed of Joint Force Headquarters- New York here on Wednesday May, 11. The evaluate a casualty task was just one of eight warrior tasks required during the Warrior Task testing conducted as part of the 2011 National Guard Bureau’s Region 1 Best Warrior Competition held at Camp Smith Training Area, Cortlandt, NY, May 10-12. Region 1 encompasses the northeastern states and 14 enlisted Soldiers and Non-Commissioned Officers took part in the event.

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WTEN -- Wed, 27 May 2015 Henry Johnson’s Medal of Honor to be received by local guardsman ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10) -- A local army national guardsman will accept the Medal of Honor on behalf of an Albany resident who courageously fought in World War I.

Military spot.com -- Wed, 27 May 2015 More than 600 New York veterans interviews can be viewed on YouTube Channel SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y. - New York Army National Guard 1st Lt. Carleen Calypso earned her commission through Officer Candidate School, responded to the World Trade Center attacks in 2001 and... (more)

Times Union -- Wed, 27 May 2015 Airman in high demand advances in rank An airman who has a way in making the most of staring at the clouds is in high demand. Shawn Peno of Schenectady, who has a weather expertise, has been promoted to Air National Guard senior... (more)

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