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Preventing Heat Injuries

Higher temperatures and increased humidity can cause unseen hazards. Missions can suffer, vacations can be ruined, and lives can be endangered or lost.
Heat stroke is the most serious heat-related illness and can cause death or lead to permanent disability. About 2,800 troops suffered illnesses from dehydration to heat stroke last year; that number is 50 percent higher than it was five years ago!
Prevention starts with training. Follow the link below for guidance from the NYARNG Safety Office on how you can prevent heat injuries.

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NY National Guard In the News

Altamont Enterprise, -- Wed, 12 Aug 2020 Jensen promoted ALTAMONT Jeffrey Jensen from Altamont, assigned to the 206th Military Police Company of the New York Army National Guard received a promotion to the rank of private first class on June 27. Army... (more)

Times Union -- Mon, 10 Aug 2020 Duty Calls: Air National Guard airman is truly an 'ACE' A former Navy sailor who became an airman exceeded high standards as he advanced his New York Air National Guard career, according to John Ingle, an Air Force spokesman. Staff Sgt. Wayne... (more)

Community News weekly -- Fri, 07 Aug 2020 Local veteran surprised with birthday parade of vehicles CLIFTON PARK, N.Y. - A drive-by parade of personal vehicles and fire trucks Sunday helped celebrate the 95th birthday of a beloved and still active town resident who served his country in... (more)

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