When Sgt Joseph Selchick of the New York Army National Guard was
When Sgt. Joseph Selchick, of the New York Army National Guard, was just a boy, he would always dress up for Halloween as either a U.S. Army Soldier or a police officer and pretend to save his neighbors from danger. Almost two decades later, he now wears both uniforms.
Photo of the Day: California National Guard Soldiers help a 90-year old woman climb up a ladder and into the back of their light medium tactical vehicle (LMTV) after evacuating the woman from her Montecito neighborhood.
I worked with a wonderful Dr. in the ED in Lincoln,Ne. who was in the National Guard. He always wanted to go full time in the guard. He cherished his time was able spend that time doing different things there. One day he told me was finally got he wish to go. He was so excited to serve our country full time. Whatever he did, he did it with all his heart. He finally passed a couple of yrs ago...
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“This is a core component of what we do in the National Guard - help out our citizens and partner agencies throughout the State whenever they need us,” said Maj. Gen. James A. Hoyer, the Adjutant General of the West Virginia National Guard.
Four-day detachment of international veterans and soldiers
The 102nd Nijmegen Four Days Marches will take place from 17-20 July 2018. A group of English and Dutch veterans would like to join as a detachment. KPL1 KL b.th Roland Hagenbeek tries to get a group of 30 soldiers and veterans together before 2018. Together with 2 Dutch caretakers and a British sergeant / veteran he forms the...
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Photo of the Day: Tech. Sgt. Zachary Parkman, of the North Dakota National Guard, checks unit member identification credentials for base entry with an outside temperature of minus 3 and winds gusting to 30 mph. Base security must be maintained 24/7 in all weather conditions.
"I thought it was a great avenue of opportunity," Sgt. Emily Sweeney said of her decision to join the New York Army National Guard. "I knew I wanted to continue being an athlete, but I didn't want to only be an athlete. I wanted something else to pursue beyond my athletic career."
Photo of the Day: Sgt. Matthew Gryzwa, a California National Guard crew chief, prepares to take off to assist civil authorities with response to storm-driven mudslides in areas burned by recent wildfires in Southern California.
Soldiers of America These are “The Freedom Files” it’s about Mind Control in our country I’ve written Hundreds of letters but now when I write the majority of them come back. The voices tell me when somebody gets in trouble for trying to stop this that they can’t except my letters anymore. Now I get Mind Swept and Brain washed when I write and in my sleep which means my thoughts get stolen...
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"We look forward to continuing our partnership with the VA to ensure veterans who have served our country continue to receive the important mental health care and services they need and deserve," said Defense Secretary James N. Mattis.
The following--from Congressional Record years ago--discusses the equity of lowering the guards' retiree age. If enough voices are heard the task may be completed!
United States of America
PROCEEDINGS AND DEBATES OF THE 108th CONGRESS, FIRST SESSION
Photo of the Day: New York Army National Guard Soldiers, deployed to Ukraine, spent the day visiting an orphanage in Krakovets. During the visit, Soldiers brought games and toys and spent a few hours playing with the children.
With brutally cold temperatures and fresh memories of the snowfall accumulation that covered north Georgia, the Georgia National Guard looks back at one of those emergency responses: the Winter Storms of 1973.
“I’m asking you to process readiness in a three dimensional way, beyond reporting and statistics,” U.S. Army Gen. Gus Perna said. “If we have 10 steps to make coffee and accomplish nine, that’s 90 percent, but are we drinking coffee? The obvious answer is no.”