LATHAM-- Retired Army Sgt. Major Nancy Mathis speaks to Army National Guard Soldiers enrolled in SHARPS-- Sexual Harrassment/Assault Response and Prevention-- program training at Division of Military and Naval Affairs Headquarters on Thursday, May 9. Fifty-nine National Guard NCOs and officers from New York, Connecticut, Oklahoma, North Dakota and Minnesota are taking the two-week class here. The class gives leaders the insight and information they need to implement programs designed to create a professional workplace in their units. New York Army National Guard currently has 106 SHARP-trained advisors in its units.
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Defense.gov -- Thu, 22 Feb 2018 Guard Salutes Fallen New York City Apartment Fire Hero NEW YORK CITY, Feb. 21, 2018 - Army National Guard leaders recently honored a New York Army National Guardsman who died while rescuing his neighbors during the deadliest fire here in more... (more)
Army.mil -- Thu, 22 Feb 2018 Army bobsled action to cap Olympics FORT MEADE, Md. -- Four-man bobsled competition this weekend will be one of the final medal events of the PyeongChang Olympics and it will culminate years of training for four Army athletes.
Rome Sentinel -- Wed, 21 Feb 2018 Roman top enlisted NY Air National Guard airman Chief Master Sgt. Maureen Dooley, a Rome resident, is now the top enlisted airman for the 5,600-member New York Air National Guard.