FORT INDIANTOWN GAP, P.A.--Brig. Gen. Harry Miller, the deputy commander of the New York Army National Guard receives a flue shot from Spec. Arthur Sievers, a medic with Headquarters Company 369th Sustainment Brigade while Sgt. Frankie Montelione watches before conducting weapons qualification at Fort Indiantown Gap on Saturday, Sept. 8. Soldiers heading to the range during the drill weekend received flu shots as part of the New York Army National Guard’s efforts to get all Soldiers immunized before flu season starts.
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defense.gov -- Fri, 12 Jan 2018 Service Members Prep for Snow Storm Service members prepare equipment for winter storm response operations in several states, Jan. 3-4, 2018. Photos by multiple military photographers
Army.mil -- Fri, 12 Jan 2018 N.Y. Army National Guard Soldiers to deploy with 10th Mountain Division to Iraq FORT DRUM, N.Y. -- Later this year when the Army's 10th Mountain Division (Light Infantry) headquarters deploys to Iraq, 91 New York Army National Guard Soldiers will be going with them, wearing... (more)
Army.mil -- Tue, 09 Jan 2018 N.Y. Army National Guard honors Syracuse man who was knighted by Dutch Queen in 1946 SYRACUSE, N.Y.-- A New York Army National Guard Honor Guard joined Dutch officials and the Dutch Air Force in providing funeral honors for a 98-year old Syracuse man who was a knight of the... (more)