KENDALL--Soldiers of the New York Army National Guard setup barriers of sandbags around homes along the Lake Ontario shoreline after rising water levels have resulted in flooding and a state of emergency being declared on May 2 by Gov. Andrew Cuomo in Kendall N.Y. May 18 2017. Members of the New York National Guard have filled more than 240000 sandbags which are set up at affected areas such as homes and businesses in the effort to protect them from damage.
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nationalguard.mil -- Wed, 16 Jan 2019 126th Aviation Reg. flies winter skies of western New York YOUNGSTOWN, N.Y. Two CH-47 Chinook aircrews of the New York Army National Guard from Rochester gave a lift to troopers from a Buffalo-based cavalry squadron during cold-weather training at... (more)
Army.mil -- Thu, 10 Jan 2019 New York Army and Air Guard NCOs can learn from each other LATHAM, N.Y. -- Whether they're running a lanes training exercise at Camp Smith or launching a mission from Gabreski Air National Guard Base, it can be easy for our NCOs to forget that they... (more)
Army.mil -- Thu, 10 Jan 2019 N.Y. Army National Guard lieutenant creates free map graphics application ROCHESTER, N.Y. -- Need an easy and quick way to turn your operations plan into map graphics? Thanks to New York Army National Guard 1st Lt. James Pistell, there's an app for that! Pistell... (more)