SARATOGA SPRINGS--World War II Army veteran Charlie Brown of Olean New York displays his captured Hitler Youth battle flag from his combat experience in Europe as part of the 258th Field Artillery Battalion with Lt. Col. Peter Mehling right and Capt. Steven Kerr left the current battalion commander and operations officer of the New York Army National Guards 1st Battalion 258th Field Artillery at the New York State Military Museum in Saratoga Springs New York November 20 2017. Brown met with the museum director and the current Soldiers of the battalion to review his collection of artifacts and information about the battalions WWII combat service.
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Journal News -- Tue, 14 Aug 2018 Mystery woman who helped rescue boy who jumped from overpass identified The story of the hero Hastings-on-Hudson police officer who jumped off a Saw Mill Parkway overpass to help a boy who'd been injured made news around the country. There was one mystery. The... (more)
KYIV Post -- Mon, 13 Aug 2018 Rotation of US military instructors under JMTG-U takes place in Lviv Soldiers from the 278th Armored Cavalry Regiment out of the Tennessee National Guard participate have replaced the New York National Guard's 27th Infantry Brigade Combat Team at the Joint... (more)
Times Union -- Mon, 13 Aug 2018 Exhibit commemorates troops who lost lives since 9/11 The sister of a New York Army National Guard officer killed in the Iraq war is making it possible to commemorate all troops from New York state who have been killed during the War on Terror... (more)