FORT PLAIN, N.Y. - Fort Plain residents Gary Lavalley (left) and Marie Robinson (middle) watch New York Army National Guard Soldier Spc. Brendan Miller bulldoze rocks and other flood debris from Otsquago Creek here July 4. Miller belongs to the Buffalo-based 152nd Engineer Company. New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo called up the company and other Soldiers of the 204th Engineer Battalion to remove flood debris and prevent further flood damage in the Mohawk Valley. In addition to other missions, the engineer Soldiers removed an island of debris which had choked the Otsquago Creek’s flow. Miller is from Buffalo.
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NationalGuard.mil -- Fri, 15 Jan 2021 New York National Guard helps open massive vaccination site NEW YORK The New York National Guard is back at New Yorks Jacob Javits Convention Center, helping to turn what was a COVID-19 hospital in 2020 into a mass vaccination site in 2021.
NationalGuard.mil -- Thu, 14 Jan 2021 NYNG Soldier aids stranded family during holiday travels BUFFALO, N.Y. A New York Army National Guard Soldier on duty at Buffalo International Airport the day after Christmas went above and beyond the call of duty to help a stranded passenger and... (more)
Daily Mail -- Tue, 12 Jan 2021 FBI warns of armed protests in ALL 50 states if Trump is removed before Inauguration Day: Thousands of National Guard watch over Capitol and DC monuments close ahead of Biden swearing-in (NYNG Soldiers in photos and video) An FBI bulletin released Monday warned of armed protests planned in all 50 states from January 16 to 20 It said an 'identified armed group' is calling for the 'storming' of state, local,... (more)