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Download full resolution image Capt. Ashlee Coye provides educational material to 1st Lt. Steven Oh from the 27th Infantry Brigade Combat Team during the unit

Yellow Ribbon for Returning Troops

WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. - New York Army National Guard Capt. Ashlee Coye provides educational material to 1st Lt. Steven Oh from the 27th Infantry Brigade Combat Team during the unit’s 30-day Yellow Ribbon reintegration event here March 2. More than 150 Soldiers from the brigade, who deployed to Kuwait, Bahrain and Afghanistan over the past year attended the reintegration event. The daylong event provides Soldiers and their families with information and redeployment and the transition back to civilian life. Support from a variety of state or federal agency partners and volunteer organizations provide information regarding resources for employment, education, veterans benefits, counseling or other transition challenges. U.S. Army photo by Col. Richard Goldenberg, Joint Force Headquarters New York National Guard.

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