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Airmen respond to storm

NEW WINDSOR-- New York Air National Guard Airmen from the 105th Airlift Wing based at Stewart Air National Guard Base direct traffic at the intersection of Routes 207 and 300 in the Town of New Windsor New York on May 16 2018. Strong winds on May 15 downed trees in the Hudson Valley region and knocked out power. Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo mobilized 125 New York National Guard members to assist local governments in coping with storm damage.

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National Guard.mil -- Thu, 02 Jul 2020 NY National Guard Soldier's WWI story told in digital comic LATHAM, N.Y. Sgt. Henry Johnson, the Albany resident whose World War I service in the New York National Guards 369th Infantry Regiment was recognized with the Medal of Honor almost a century... (more)

WRGB -- Mon, 29 Jun 2020 Community Hero: Staff Sergeant Sarah Silvernail Staff Sergeant Sarah Silvernail, 105th Airlift Wing, New York Air National Guard was nominated by her dad who shared that Sarahs latest mission was performing COVID 19 testing at the testing... (more)

Times Union -- Mon, 29 Jun 2020 Duty Calls: Officer in Kuwait gets to see his new child via smartphone: Major in Kuwait saw scene of birth via home security system, phone Even though New York Army National Guard Maj. Michael C. Costello of Guilderland was on duty 6,128 miles from home, he didn't miss seeing his new daughter right after she was born. The 42nd... (more)

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