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Download full resolution image Brigadier General Ray Shields, the Director of Joint Staff for the New York National Guard reviews briefing slides during a Situational Update Brief conducted here on Wednesday, March 27, during a Joint Force Headquarters Continuity of Operations exercise

Joint Headquarters Exercises Contingency Plans

STRATTON AIR NATIONAL GUARD BASE--Brigadier General Ray Shields, the Director of Joint Staff for the New York National Guard reviews briefing slides during a Situational Update Brief conducted here on Wednesday, March 27, during a Joint Force Headquarters Continuity of Operations exercise. The drill tested the ability of the staff to relocate from from Division of Military and Naval Affairs Headquarters to alternative work locations in case the headquarters building is unusable. More than 55 key staffers relocated to facilities here and at Watervliet Arsenal and the South Lake St. Armory in Troy.

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