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Download full resolution image Daisies Plant Flowers for Fallen Soldiers

Daisies Plant Flowers for Fallen Soldiers

LATHAM -- New York Army National Guard Sgt. Michele Van Ness helps Daisy Girl Scout Paige Grimmick, age 6, plant flowers at Divison of Military and Naval Affairs headquarters here, June 4. Paige, along with a half dozen local kindergarten students from Girl Scout Daisy Troop 1552, refurbished the Memorial Garden to honor fallen National Guard Soldiers, to earn their community service badge.

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News 3 -- Sun, 14 Oct 2018 Two more bodies recovered in deadly plane crash, investigation continues WEST HAMPTON BEACH, NY (WFSB) - Two more bodies were recovered on Sunday afternoon after a plane crashed into the Atlantic Ocean on Saturday morning, officials said.

Times Union -- Sun, 14 Oct 2018 'Rainbow' pivotal in WWI offensive :New York National Guard division had big casualties The New York Army National Guard's 42nd "Rainbow" Division played a pivotal role in the final battles of World War I a century ago.

Auburn Citizen -- Sun, 14 Oct 2018 Auburn-based National Guard gains new commander in ceremony OWASCO Lt. Col. Matthew Schaffer, commander of the 102nd Military Police Battalion, told 1st Lt. Derrick Rocker he will succeed admirably as the new commander of the New York Army National... (more)

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