January 24, 2022 | 2:27 pm COVID-19 Vaccines
Children ages 5+ are eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine and children ages 12+ are eligible for a booster. Parents and guardians: make sure your child gets vaccinated and stays up to date with all recommended doses.
Your Browser does not support "cascading style sheets" (CSS).
To view this page correctly you must enable support for this feature through your browser preferences.
Download full resolution image Cooking Up A Mean Meal at Camp Smith

Cooking Up A Mean Meal at Camp Smith

CAMP SMITH--New York Army National Guard Pvt. Daiamy Osario, a New York City resident and a member of the 204th Engineer Battalion’s mess section, prepares vegetables to accompany a turkey dinner the cooks made on Saturday. Nov. 13, as they competed to earn the Philip A. Connelly Award of Excellence in Army Food Service.
The mess team from the Binghamton-based battalion, prepared a dinner with all the trimmings for the battalion’s Soldiers conducting weekend training here. They were graded on their ability to produce a hot, tasty meal to the Army standard in field conditions.
The New York Army National Guard Soldiers are competing against five other mess sections to be the best in the Army National Guard.

DMNA Press Releases

LoadingLoading Press Releases...

NY National Guard In the News

Spectrum News -- Fri, 14 Jan 2022 With more than 15K deployed, National Guard now federally funded to aid hospitals With more than 15,000 National Guardsmen and women deployed across the country to aid states with the surging omicron variant, the troops are now also approved to assist in hospitals through... (more)

Rome Sentinel -- Tue, 11 Jan 2022 Remsen airman reenlists at 224th ADG LATHAM The New York Air National Guards 224th Air Defense Group (ADG) has announcement the reenlistment of Master Sgt. Rachael Alcorta of Remsen. Alcorta is the noncommissioned officer-in-charge... (more)

Business Insider -- Thu, 30 Dec 2021 Why the National Guard is driving school buses and working in nursing homes during the labor crisis From Minnesota to New York, governors have activated the National Guard to ease labor shortages. In Massachusetts, over 200 troops were deployed to drive school buses. Here's how and why... (more)

© NYS DMNA: Home
URL: https://dmna.ny.gov/?id=1289915554
Dated: Tue, Nov 16, 2010 @ 10:44