Operating any motor vehicle safely in adverse conditions requires planning and awareness. Operating a tactical vehicle in these conditions also requires training and familiarity with the vehicle. But even with all the right tools, unexpected hazards may still quickly create dangerous situations. The New York National Guard Safety office reminds Soldiers to think ahead, focus on PMCS and anticipate road hazards while driving in adverse conditions.
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Defence Blog.com -- Fri, 22 Mar 2019 New York Air National Guard receives first HC-130J Combat King II The New York Air National Guard's 106th Rescue Wing (RQW) has received the first of its recently ordered HC-130J Combat King II aircraft.
Nationalguard.mil -- Fri, 22 Mar 2019 NEW YORK - For New York Army National Guard Capt. Richard Reilly, family traditions and regimental history go hand in hand at the 69th Infantry Regiment. NEW YORK - For New York Army National Guard Capt. Richard Reilly, family traditions and regimental history go hand in hand at the 69th Infantry Regiment.
Nationalguard.mil -- Wed, 20 Mar 2019 Brazilian-American Guard NCO translated Partnership ceremony NEW YORKWhen the New York National Guard signed a State Partnership Program agreement with Brazil on March 14, Staff Sgt. Norma Saderi was front and center, alongside two four-star officers... (more)