CAMP SMITH--New York Naval Militia Petty Officer Frank Gavin conducts training on how to tow one of the Military Emergency Boat Service patrol craft during training here on May 18. The Naval Militia’s Military Emergency Boat Service (MEBS) operates nine watercraft that support security and law enforcement missions. Naval Militia members belong to the Navy Reserve, Coast Guard Reserve, and Marine Corps Reserve and agree to make themselves available for state duty when called upon. A small number of Naval Militia members are retired servicemembers not affiliated with the federal reserve forces.
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Saratogian -- Wed, 18 Oct 2017 Saratoga Springs resident to take command of guard battalion LATHAM, N.Y. --New York Army National Guard Maj. Todd Balog, a Saratoga Springs resident and Afghanistan veteran, will take command of the 369th Special Troops Battalion, on Sunday, Oct. 22... (more)
Daily Gazette -- Wed, 18 Oct 2017 Wheels up: 109th Airlift Wing begins latest Antarctica mission (Video) Snow and wind are in the forecast for Major Suzy Nielson, and that's OK; Nielson and her friends packed winter coats - and their skis.
Watertown Daily Times -- Tue, 17 Oct 2017 Watertown resident takes lead of New York National Guard battalion A Watertown resident has taken the lead for a New York Army National Guard battalion based in Binghamton.