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Division Officers Study Historic Battle

SARATOGA--New York National Guard Maj. Gen. Steven Wickstrom speaks with Soldiers as they view historic battlefield grounds at the Saratoga National Historic Park on December 10, 2011. Wickstrom, the Commanding General of the 42nd Infantry Division from Upton, MA, along with other leaders of various capacities from across New York state received a guided tour of the Saratoga Battlefield as part of the Fall 2011 Operations, Training and Mobilization Conference held in Saratoga Springs. "It’s important for our leaders to be familiar with military history," Wickstrom said. Conference attendees were able to view the grounds upon which many of the Battles of Saratoga took place, including Freeman and Barber Farms, and the Breymann Redoubt.

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The Saratogian -- Sat, 21 Nov 2015 New Air Guard exhibit opens at New York State Military Museum SARATOGA SPRINGS-- A Soviet-made anti-aircraft gun captured by U.S. Marines during the 1991 Persian Gulf War is the focal point of a new exhibit at the New York State Military Museum, 61 Lake... (more)

Times Union -- Thu, 19 Nov 2015 Exhibit explores nearly 100 years of NY Air National Guard "Ever Upward: The History of the New York Air National Guard" is a new exhibit that opens Saturday in the New York State Military Museum on Lake Avenue in Saratoga Springs.

Air Force Magazine -- Tue, 17 Nov 2015 Last Viper from Syracuse The New York National Guard recently inaugurated a combat-veteran F-16A, now on display outside the state's Guard joint forces headquarters in Latham, N. Y.

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