GREECE--New York Army National Guard Soldiers deploy the Tiger Dam flood control system along the shores of Braddock Bay in the Town of Greece, N.Y. in response to rising waters on Lake Ontario. The system consists of flexible fabric tubes which are connected and filled with water. The tubes replace sandbags as a flood control mechanism. Since being ordered to assist in flood mitigation duties by Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo on May 3, New York Army and Air National Guard members, along with members of the New York Naval Militia, have filled more than 673,500 sand bags.
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Army.mil -- Tue, 11 Dec 2018 Six New York National Guard Soldiers will be part of National Army Museum NEW YORK -- When the National Museum of the United States Army opens to the public outside Washington, D.C. in 2020; six New York Army National Guard Soldiers will be a permanent part of it.
Times Union -- Mon, 10 Dec 2018 DUTY CALLS: 42nd Infantry Division gets new top enlisted soldier New York Army National Guard Command Sgt. Maj. Corey Cush, an Afghanistan war veteran, has become the top enlisted soldier in the Troy-based 42nd Infantry Division.
Saratogian -- Sat, 08 Dec 2018 New exhibit details Korean, Vietnam wars Memories come flooding back for Dave Wallingford as he surveys a permanent new exhibit, containing some of his own gear, at the New York State Military Museum on Lake Avenue.