Middleburgh, N.Y.-- New York Air National Guard Master Sgt Mike Rogers from the 109th Logistics Readiness Squadron uses a chain saw to help break apart a large tree stump which blocks the track at the Middleburg High school. The Airman was one of 55 members of the 109th Airlift Wing, based at Stratton Air National Guard Base in Scotia, N.Y. who assisted in a project to clean up flood damage at the Middleburgh High School. The Airmen cleaned the school’s gym, basketball court, bus garage, boiler room, track, sewage treatment plant, and hallways during the first day of a two-day operation.
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National Guard.mil -- Tue, 02 Jul 2019 Sisters enlist, serve and retire together after 34 years LATHAM, N.Y. Two sisters who began their Army National Guard careers together, went to war in Afghanistan together and share a house together, are now planning their retirements from the... (more)
nationalguard.mil -- Thu, 20 Jun 2019 NY 109th Airlift Wing Sends Skibird to Paris Air Show PARIS One LC-130 "Skibird" and 12 Airmen from New York's Capital Region's 109th Airlift Wing are taking part in the International Paris Air Show which began June 17 and ends on... (more)
Troy Record -- Sun, 16 Jun 2019 Military officials celebrate Army's 244th birthday LATHAM, N.Y. - Officials with the New York National Guard recently came together to celebrate the Army's 244th birthday.