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New York Naval Militia Celebrates 120th Birthday

Officers of the New York Naval Militia’s 1st Battalion Naval Reserve Artillery pose for a photograph in 1891, the year the first unit of 15 officers and 190 enlisted Sailors was accepted for duty as part of New York’s Military Forces. The Legislature officially recognized the force on June 23, 1891.
Today the Naval Militia comprises more then 2,500 members of the United States Navy Reserve, United States Marine Corps Reserve, United States Coast Guard Reserve who agree to perform state active duty when called and a small core of retired military volunteers. The unique force provides New York with skills learned through their military training and also man a fleet of nine patrol boats that can be employed in support of law enforcement.

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NY National Guard In the News

National Guard -- Tue, 01 Sep 2015 New York National Guard Combat Life Saver instructor brings passion to her teaching FORT DRUM, N.Y.-- When it comes to teaching combat lifesaving skills to her fellow New York Army National Guard Soldiers, 1st Lt. Christine Kalafut is passionate about it.

Buffalo News -- Tue, 01 Sep 2015 Michael J. O’Donnell, Buffalo News pressman Michael J. O’Donnell, a pressman with The Buffalo News for more than three decades, died Aug. 15 in Hospice Buffalo in Cheektowaga. He was 56.

The Epoch Times -- Mon, 31 Aug 2015 Photo Gallery: The New York Air Show NEW WINDSOR--The New York Air Show brought thousands of people to Stewart International Airport over the weekend to watch a lineup of aerobatic pilots, parachuters from the West Point Parachute... (more)

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