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Download full resolution image Clearing Roofs, Reducing Risks, Troops Helping out

Clearing Roofs, Reducing Risks, Troops Helping out

Soldiers from Company A, 427th Brigade Support Battalion, based in Rochester, assist in snow removal from the roof of the Absolut Care assisted living senior care center in Orchard Park, New York November 22. The 42 Soldiers, commanded by Capt. David Myones from South Ozone Park, New York, were joined by an additional dozen volunteer members of the New York Guard state defense force, called to duty by Governor Andrew M. Cuomo to help with recovery efforts in Western New York following historic amounts of snowfall this week. Myones’ company also has Soldiers conducting logistics support fueling missions and supporting the joint task force mission command. Within four days of callup, the New York National Guard has employed more than 625 Soldiers, Airmen, Naval Militia and New York Guard members to assist Erie County and the City of Buffalo restore essential services.

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Rome Sentinel -- Wed, 16 Jun 2021 Whitesboro man receives promotion to senior master sergeant LATHAM Airman John McCormick, of Whitesboro, has been promoted to the rank of senior master sergeant at the 224th Air Defense Group during a recent ceremony, according to an announcement... (more)

Army.mil, -- Wed, 16 Jun 2021 New York National Guard celebrates Army birthday LATHAM, N.Y. An Army warrant officer who has been in uniform since 1978 and a private first class who has served just over a year joined forces to cut the Army birthday cake during the New... (more)

Patch.com -- Tue, 15 Jun 2021 NY Will Close COVID Testing Site, Return Glen Island To County NEW ROCHELLE, NY The first drive-through coronavirus testing site opened in New York will close on June 25. The end of testing at the Westchester County park marks something of a milestone.... (more)

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