Your Browser does not support "cascading style sheets" (CSS).
To view this page correctly you must enable support for this feature through your browser preferences.
Download full resolution image NY National Guard inks agreement with Sweden

NY National Guard inks agreement with Sweden

NEW YORK--Leaders from the New York National Guard and Swedish military sign an agreement for joint training as part of the National Guard State Partnership Program at New Yorks Freedom Tower on July 12 2024. Major Gen. Ray Shields left the adjutant general of New York; Pal Jonson Sweden's Minister for Defence; Marcos Soler Deputy Secretary for Public Safety for the State of New York; and Major Gen. Johan Pekkari Sweden's Chief of Policy and Plans sign the document. The State Partnership Program pairs state National Guards with the militaries of countries around the world in bilateral training and exchange partnerships. (U.S. Army National Guard photo by Stephanie Butler)

DMNA Press Releases

LoadingLoading Press Releases...

NY National Guard In the News

Finger Lakes Daily News -- Sat, 13 Jul 2024 NY National Guard, Swedish Armed Forces Reach Partnership Agreement A state partnership agreement has been signed between the New York National Guard and the Swedish Armed Forces. According to the Governors Office, the agreement allows the New York National... (more)

Swedish Armed Forces -- Fri, 12 Jul 2024 Cooperation with the New York National Guard strengthens the Swedish Armed Forces On 12 July, a memorandum of understanding on cooperation between Sweden and the US state of New York was signed. The partnership will primarily focus on cooperation between the Swedish Armed... (more)

TheRecord -- Fri, 12 Jul 2024 Rensselaer National Guard Chief Warrant Officer Jeremy Schiermeyer 4 retires LATHAM, N.Y. New York Army National Guard Chief Warrant Officer 4 Jeremy Schiermeyer, a Rensselaer resident, has retired after 24 years of service, the National Guard announced in a press... (more)

© NYS DMNA: Home
Dated: Mon, Jul 15, 2024 @ 10:53