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Download full resolution image These New York National Guard Soldiers of the 108th Infantry are in the field at

Flashback Friday- 108th Infantry in 1948

FORT DRUM-- These New York National Guard Soldiers of the 108th Infantry are in the field at "Pine Camp", as Fort Drum was known in 1948, while attending annual training. This image and others can be found on a series of home movie clips donated to, and digitized by the New York State Military Museum. The Soldiers are on the range, marching in a review, and eating chow in the field.

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Time Warner Cable News -- Tue, 21 Feb 2017 Rosetta Burke Became New York State's First Female Brigadier General Rosetta Burke is a true trailblazer -- serving our country in the National Guard and becoming the first female general. In the next part of our series, 'Facing the Rising Sun: Profiles of... (more)

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