JONES BEACH, N.Y.-- Six pararescue jumpers frm the New York Air National Guard's 103rd Rescue Squadron prepare to exit an HH-130 flown by the 102nd Rescue Squadron during the annual Jones Beach Air Show on Saturday, May 24. The 106th Rescue Wing units normally stag a jump as part of the annual air show but couldn't participate in 2013 because of federal budget cuts. The six Airmen conducted a static line jump from 15,000 feet, landed off shore, and sawm in as part of the event.
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Associated Press, -- Wed, 26 Jan 2022 National Guard sees troops reupping despite COVID, hard year WASHINGTON (AP) Army Spc. Javzailia Pineiro joined New Yorks National Guard in late 2019, and started work as a truck driver just as the pandemic was starting to hit. For months she drove... (more)
Nationalguard.mil -- Tue, 25 Jan 2022 New York National Guard Soldiers, Airmen train as EMTs FARMINGDALE, N.Y. Its Jan. 18, and 37 New York National Guard Soldiers and Airmen are at Long Islands Farmingdale Armed Forces Reserve Center going through the steps for checking a patients... (more)
Madison County Courier -- Mon, 24 Jan 2022 Cazenovias Hamm takes command of 174th Operations Support Squadron New York Air National Guard Lt. Col Joshua Hamm, a 19-year Air Force veteran from Cazenovia, took command of the N174th Attack Wings Operations Support Squadron during a ceremony held at Hancock... (more)