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Download full resolution image Katherine Hammack, Assistant Secretary of the Army for Installation, Energy and Environment discusses New York Army National Guard facilities energy conservation initiatives with Col. Ray Shields, New York National Guard Director of Joint Staff (Right) an

Top Army Installation Manager Visits New York.

UTICA, NY- Katherine Hammack, Assistant Secretary of the Army for Installation, Energy and Environment discusses New York Army National Guard facilities energy conservation initiatives with Col. Ray Shields, New York National Guard Director of Joint Staff (Right) and Lt. Col. Andrew Stewart, New York National Guard Construction and Facilities Management Officer (Center) outside the Utica Armory during an installation visit on Thursday, August 2.She also visited the Thompson Road Armory in Syracuse.

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Army.mil -- Wed, 01 Mar 2017 New York Army National Guard Troops Save Plane-Crash Victim WESTHAMPTON BEACH, N.Y. -- An ordinary training day turned into a rescue mission for New York Army National Guard aviation Soldiers, who rescued a pilot from a fiery plane crash at Gabreski... (more)

Associated Press -- Wed, 01 Mar 2017 Last of NY Air Guard Unit Deployed to S. Pole Returning Home SCOTIA, N.Y. (AP) The last 19 members of a New York Air National Guard unit supporting scientific research in Antarctica are returning home to their upstate base.

WNBC -- Mon, 27 Feb 2017 Victims in Small Plane Crash in NY Identified; Off-Duty FDNY Firefighters Were Among Guardsmen Who Rescued Sole Survivor Two off-duty FDNY firefighters were among the group of U.S. Army National Guardsmen who rescued a pilot from a plane crash on Long Island that killed two others on Sunday.

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