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New Commander for 24th CST
Major Jody Lupo in front of Soldiers and Airmen.
Photo by New York Guard Warrant Officer Ubon Mendie
FORT HAMILTON, BROOKLYN--Major Jody Lupo, the new commander of the 24th Civil Support Team, stands in front of the members of his specialized unit after taking command from Lt. Col. Kaarlo Hietala during Change of Command ceremonies here on Wednesday, March 9. The 21-member team of New York National Guard Soldiers and Airmen is specially trained to detect the presence of chemical, biological, and radiological agents and works with civilian first responders and other agencies in the New York City metropolitan area.

NY National Guard In the News

Capital New York -- Wed, 27 Aug 2014

WW1 Veteran from Albany in line for Medal of Honor

DVIDS -- Tue, 26 Aug 2014

New York Airmen provide boost to air operations during Northern Strike

ALPENA, Mich. -- A group of experienced maintenance Airmen from the New York Air National Guard are helping to facilitate the airpower component of Operation Northern Strike.

Times Union -- Tue, 26 Aug 2014

Saipan mission seeks fate of area’s missing

Seventy years after Japanese fighters launched a suicidal "banzai" attack against U.S. forces invading Saipan, a 20-year-old college student is headed to the island to try to find... (more)

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