Photo by John Snyder, Watervliet Arsenal Public Affairs
WATERVLIET--New York Army National Guard Sgt. Donald Leinfelder explains to Ray Gaston, Watervliet Arsenal support division chief, how a similar armor kit may have saved his life during a 2005 firefight in Iraq.
Since 2004 the Arsenal team has produced more than 15,000 gunner protective kits and 6,000 overhead protection kits. The Arsenal has ended production of those kits as the Army switches to new types of armored vehicles.
NY National Guard In the News
Batavia Daily News -- Mon, 22 Sep 2014
Batavia hosts Emergency Preparedness training
BATAVIA-- The City Church Generation Center hosted a session of Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s Citizen Emergency Preparedness Training Program on Sept. 17.
Associated Press -- Mon, 22 Sep 2014
2 Fort Drum buildings named in honor of WW II vets
FORT DRUM, N.Y. --(AP) -- Two training facilities at Fort Drum in northern New York are being named in honor of two World War II veterans.
Pelham Daily Voice -- Mon, 22 Sep 2014
Cuomo Boosts New York Counterterrorism Security
WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y.--Gov. Andrew Cuomo is enhancing New York’s counterterrorism security and law enforcement at mass transit sites in New York City, according to an announcement... (more)