CAMP SMITH--New York Army National Guard 1st Lt. Timothy Foster administers the first COVID-19 vaccination to Army National Guard 1st Sgt. Steven Seidenstein assigned to the 442nd Military Police Company and deployed with the Joint Task Force COVID Response element at the Camp Smith Training Site N.Y. December 17 2020. The New York National Guard is participating in a Department of Defense vaccine pilot program in which 44000 doses of the Pfizer vaccine will be administered to front line medical personnel and pandemic response forces at 16 locations around the world. (U.S. Army National Guard photo by Sgt. 1st Class Laura Moore)
Dec 18, 2020
LATHAM--Col. Matthew Liepke, the New York Army National Guard State Surgeon, stands with his family and friends after his promotion ceremony at the New York National Guard headquarters Latham, N.Y., September 15, 2017. As state
Sep 15, 2017
CAMP SMITH--Pfc. Tyler Kinzel, a Port Jervis, N.Y., resident assigned to Medical Command, New York Army National Guard, begins bag-mask ventilating a medical mannequin after inserting an endotracheal tube through the esophagus under the direction of Dr. Anar Patel on Aug. 5, 2014, during annual training at Camp Smith Training Site, Cortlandt Manor, N.Y. The procedure would be done by Patel, an emergency room physician from Albany Medical Center who was invited to attend a day of training with the New York Army National Guard medics at the Camp Smith Training Site on Aug. 5 and give them tips on how to improve this skill.
Aug 14, 2014
CAMP SMITH TRAINING SITE-- Col. Richard Green, the new commander of the New York Army National Guard Medical Command takes the unit guidon from Major General Patrick Murphy, the Adjutant General of New York, during the Change-of-Command ceremony here on Sunday, August 3. Green replaces Col. James Coleman who has been tapped to become New York Army National Guard State Surgeon.
Aug 05, 2014
SARATOGA SPRINGS N.Y.-- Japanese researcher Yukari Akatsuka the secretary general of Kuentai-USA a non governmental group which specializes in locating and retrieving the remains of World War II dead fires up her computer as New York State Military Museum Librarian Jim Gandy prepares records for her to scan on Tuesday July 29. The group which focuses on finding the remains of Japanese Soldiers killed during World War II is planning to conduct a dig where they think missing American Soldiers who fought with the New York National Guards 105th Infantry Regiment during World War II may be buried. Akatsuka and a colleague visited the museum to go through data in hopes of refining the search area.
Aug 01, 2014