November marks the beginning of the holiday season. Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Years Day will bring families together to celebrate. It is also a period of increased travel, increased opportunities to over-indulge in alcohol, over-decorate our houses, and try new methods of cooking traditional meals. Click the link below for a few tips to keep in mind from the New York Army National Guard Safety Office in order to prevent a tragedy from occurring during this festive time of year.
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NY National Guard In the News
WNYT -- Sat, 20 Jul 2019 Ceremony welcomes new commander of National Guard Brigade LATHAM - A ceremony was held Saturday morning to welcome the new commander of the New York Army National Guard's 42nd Combat Aviation Brigade. Lieutenant Colonel Michael Charnley was sworn... (more)
Army Times -- Sat, 20 Jul 2019 Sisters retire after 33 years together in the Army National Guard Its a story that could easily be turned into a sitcom. Two sisters simultaneously join the Army National Guard, deploy together, retire together after over 30 years, and become roommates... (more)
Rockland County Times -- Thu, 18 Jul 2019 NY Army National Guard Soldiers competing in national Best Warrior Soldiers from Greenwood Lake and Yonkers represent northeast in national Army National Guard competition Two New York Army National Guard Soldiers are at Camp Gruber, Oklahoma this week... (more)