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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Army Times -- Fri, 26 May 2017 New York National Guard leaders visit troops serving in Kuwait CAMP ARIFIJAN, KUWAIT Maj. Gen. Anthony German, the adjutant general of New York, got a firsthand look at the missions New York National Guard Soldiers and Airmen are conducting during a... (more)
Altus (Oklahoma) Times -- Fri, 26 May 2017 From 'Lost Boy' to citizen airman, Sudanese immigrant joins New York Air STRATTON AIR NATIONAL GUARD BASE, N.Y. - Thirty years ago and 6,000 miles away, Airman 1st Class Francis Andrew was a seven-year-old "Lost Boy." Andrew was one of about 20,000 Sundanese... (more)
WRGB -- Thu, 25 May 2017 New York National Guard marks Memorial Day with ceremony LATHAM, NY (WRGB)--National Guardsmen gathered Wednesday to honor New Yorkers who made the ultimate sacrifice, ahead of this Memorial Day weekend.