Chief Petty Officer Bob Morisseau of the New York State Naval Militia (NYSNM) tests a newly-installed computerized automatic identification system aboard the NYSNM’s upgraded mobile command post at the New York Army National Guard armory here on March 10. The system and computerized map displays real-time information on boat traffic in whatever New York state waterway the militia is operating in. Militia members, New York Guard members and New York Army National Guard communications experts also tested the command post’s newly-installed radios here on March 10 and 16. The new features will improve the NYSNM’s ability to communicate and coordinate with New York National Guard units. The NYSNM and the New York Guard are part of the New York State defense forces and can be mobilized for state-active duty, as was the case during Hurricane Sandy in 2012. The NYSNM is the naval component of the New York State defense forces. Morisseau is from Albany, N.Y. (photo courtesy of NYSNM/released)
Mar 17, 2016
Members of the Whitehall (N.Y.) Detachment of the New York Naval Militia’s Military Emergency Boat Service prepare to deploy Patrol Boat 220 after receiving Naval Militia’s Josephthal Trophy for outstanding service from Rear Admiral Ten Eyck "Trip " Powell, the commander of the New York Naval Militia during a ceremony at Whitehall’s Skenesborough Museum on Friday, Sept. 5, 2015. The Josephthal Trophey, named after a former Naval Militia commander, recognizes outstanding New York Naval Militia units and individuals. ( New York Naval Militia photo by CW2 Arthur Nolan/. Released)
Sep 10, 2015
The USS Yankee, one of the ships the New York Naval Militia crewed during the Spanish-American War.
Jun 23, 2011
COEYMANS-New York Naval Militia member Bharath Bhola, an Aviation Boatswain Mate, pilots Patrol Boat 230 during a joint operation with the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation in the Hudson River here on Wednesday, August 4. Bhola is a Cohoes resident who works for the Capital District Transportation Authority as a bus driver. (Photo by Master Sgt. Corine Lombardo)
Aug 05, 2010
Members of the New York Naval Militia were ready and able when the call came in to participate in a Vigilant Guard exercise. BM1 Angle Santos readies the bow rope and EO2 Ed Fischer readies the stern rope as BM2 Peter Knezevic navigates the vessel to the dock. (USAF Photo/SSgt. Peter Dean)
Nov 10, 2009
New York Naval Militia Petty Officer Garret Aldershof watches as Border Patrol Agent Mike Cisco moves out to intercept another boat heading into the United States from Canada at the Rouses Point Border Crossing on Saturday, July 25. (Photo by Capt. Shawn Shutts, JFHQ-NY)
Aug 06, 2009
The MUSCL, launched from New York Naval Milita Patrol Boat 400 gets underway in the Hudson River off the Indian Point nuclear power plant during a trial conducted as part of Exercise Trojan Horse, a State University of New York Maritime College exercise supported by the Naval Militia. (Photo by Eric Durr, NYS Division of Military and Naval Affairs)
Aug 05, 2009
New York Naval Militia Emergency Boat Service Patrol Boat 301 moves alongside the SUNY Maritime College training vessel Empire State during the Operation Trojan Horse homeland security training exercise August 6. The Operation Trojan Horse three-day exercise involved multiple city and state homeland security and law enforcement agencies in a maritime response exercise. Patrol Boat 201 employed underwater radar in support of NYPD Scuba personnel in a training scenario to identify, disarm and remove shipping mines in New York City waters. Photo by Lt. Col. Richard Goldenberg.
Aug 08, 2008
Master Chief Micael Clark and Petty Officer 1st Class Donald Heart, both with the Naval stand on the shore of Lake Champlain at Rouses Point before the start of their morning shift. Clark and Heart assist in patroling the US/Canadian waterway as part of Mission Lake Champlain.
Jul 29, 2008
National Guard Bureau Chief Lt. Gen. Steven Blum shares a light moment with New York Army National Guard Specialist Tonia Dmeza, who was on security duty at New York City’s LaGuardia International Airport, during a Sept. 17 visit to the city. Blum was in New York to get an overview of the New York National Guard’s Joint Task Force Empire Shield, which employs National Guard Soldiers and Airmen to enhance security at New York City airports, and train stations.
Apr 11, 2008