COHOES, N.Y. --New York Army National Guard Soldiers of the 1156th Engineer Company stand behind their final project here, a replica engineer castle, as part of their final efforts in a community project here June 13 to restore a former Erie Canal lock into a public park. The Soldiers provided a week-long effort as part of their annual training each year since 2011 to remove debris from the abandoned lock, overgrown since 1911. The City of Cohoes partnered with the Guard engineers to remove the debris, install drainage and develop a walking path as part of the lock’s conversion to a public site. U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Patricia Austin, New York Army National Guard. (RELEASED)
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Nationalguard.mil -- Tue, 15 Sep 2020 109th AW joins advanced battle management systems exercise SCOTIA, N.Y. Thirty members of the New York Air National Guard from the 109th Airlift Wing flew two LC-130H Skibirds to Nellis Air Force Base in Las Vegas to participate in a nationwide exercise... (more)
Nationalguard.mil -- Mon, 14 Sep 2020 Eastern Air Defense adjusts to COVID-19 to continue mission ROME, N.Y. The COVID-19 pandemic has forced military units large and small to find creative ways to maintain a healthy force while still defending the nation. One of these organizations... (more)
WDAM -- Mon, 14 Sep 2020 National Guard Best Warrior Competition 2020 kicks off at Camp Shelby (Video) HATTIESBURG, Miss. (WDAM) - The top 14 soldiers in the U.S. National Guard took the field Sunday morning at Camp Shelby in the first event to determine who is the National Best Warrior 2020.