RONKONKONMA-- Four New York Army National Guard Soldiers who received New York's highest medal for heroism, the Medal for Valor, stand in formation during award ceremonies on Sunday, June 4, 2017 at Army Aviation Support Facility # 1 in Ronkonkoma, N.Y. The men were recognized for rescuing the pilot of a light plane which crashed in flames on Feb. 26. They are, from left, Sgt. Yaanique Scott, Warrant Officer Christopher Hansen, Chief Warrant Officer 2 Aaron Pacholk and Chief Warrant Officer 2 Ronald Ramirez.
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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.
Midtown Tribune -- Fri, 14 Jun 2019 Street renamed for soldier who died saving lives in Bronx fire (Video) New York. Bronx street was renamed after a hero soldier who died saving four people's lives in a Bronx fire that killed 12 in 2017.