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  • From Port-au-Prince to West Point: Maryland Guard's first graduate From Port-au-Prince to West Point: Maryland Guard's first graduate

    WEST POINT, N.Y. - A West Point graduation presents an almost unparalleled spectacle of camaraderie, perseverance and adventure. These are tomorrow's military elite, passing through a 214-year institution steeped in honor and tradition.On May 21, as nearly 1000 white hats flew up in the air, cheers of joy thundered through Michie stadium. In the…

    yesterday, May 27, 2016
  • First female NCO graduate of U.S. Army infantry qualifying course joins 34 others in Wyoming First female NCO graduate of U.S. Army infantry qualifying course joins 34 others in Wyoming

    CHEYENNE, Wyo. – Thirty-five newly trained Infantry Soldiers graduated Thursday, among them the first female non-commissioned officer to graduate a U.S. Army Infantry qualifying course. Sgt. Shelby Atkins is the first female graduate from an Infantry MOS in the U.S. Army, military officials said. Atkins is assigned to C Co 1st Battalion 297th…

    yesterday, May 27, 2016
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  • Wyoming National Guard helps bolster river's banks Wyoming National Guard helps bolster river's banks

    SARATOGA, Wyo. - The North Platte River was rising in Saratoga, Wyoming, the dark brown water creeping up to the edges of the banks, looking for a way to spill over. A task force of various government agency members arrived last Wednesday and Thursday to help local officials prevent those waters from finding a way into town. Making up a portion of…

    5 days ago, May 23, 2016
  • South Carolina Soldiers trying out a new Lifestyle Enhancement Achievement Program (LEAP) South Carolina Soldiers trying out a new Lifestyle Enhancement Achievement Program (LEAP)

    EASTOVER, S.C. – As the South Carolina National Guard adjusts to more of a peacetime role after more than decade of frequent deployments to the Middle East, leaders are concerned with how Soldier readiness will be affected. The biggest concerns are Soldier physical and mental fitness, which are key to maintaining a strong and relevant force. To…

    May 19, 2016
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