SCHYULERVILLE-- Two members of the New York Army National Guard Honor Guard present an American flag to the family members of Corporal Walter Smead, a Korean War Soldier who was originally declared missing in action in 1950, at Gerald B.H. Solomon Saratoga National Cemetery in Schuylerville New York on Sept. 20 2021. Smead, a member of the 7th Infantry Division, was declared missing in action following a series of battles around the Chosen Reservoir in December of 1950. His remains were recently identified .
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USA Today -- Wed, 20 Oct 2021 Fact check: National Guard members would need vaccination to help with New York health care The claim: Nurses fired for refusing vaccine in New York can be replaced by unvaccinated National Guard members The vaccine mandate for New York health care workers has sparked a misinformed... (more)
Accuweather, -- Wed, 20 Oct 2021 New York National Guard trains with Brazil (Video) A pilot with the 106th Rescue Wing says this type of training helps improve techniques during combat missions and for severe weather operations too.
TBR NewsMedia, -- Mon, 18 Oct 2021 Student volunteers clean up Smithtowns Long Beach On Saturday, Sept. 25, approximately 40 Town of Smithtown Youth & Community Alliance student-volunteers joined up with members of the National Guard Counterdrug Task Force, in conjunction... (more)