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Vermont National Guard supports medical warehouse
September 17, 2021
Members of the Vermont National Guard at the Vermont Medical Countermeasures Warehouse Sept. 18, 2020. Guard members continue to work at the site in September 2021, distributing COVID-19 vaccines and personal protective equipment throughout Vermont.

Kentucky Air Guard augments hospital workers battling COVID
September 16, 2021
Airman 1st Class Audrey Parios, a C-130 crew chief in the Kentucky Air National Guard, reports to Baptist Hospital East in Louisville, Ky., Sept. 14, 2021, to provide logistical support to medical staff struggling to keep pace with the rising number of critically ill COVID patients. She is one of 310 Kentucky Army and Air National Guard Soldiers and Airmen who were activated by Gov. Andy Beshear to provide non-clinical support to 21 hospitals across the commonwealth.

Oregon Guard Airmen support Oregon hospitals
September 2, 2021
Oregon National Guard Tech. Sgt. Meghan Olson, 173rd Medical Group, checks the temperature of Senior Master Sgt. John Wyman, 270th Air Traffic Control Squadron, while Capt. Jaimie Nealy reviews his paperwork during an inprocessing briefing for Airmen activated to support hospitals across Oregon Sept. 2, 2021, at Kingsley Field in Klamath Falls, Oregon.

Tennessee National Guard increases COVID hospital support
August 27, 2021
Tennessee National Guard Airman 1st Class Marialuz Deavers, a combat medic with Nashville’s 118th Medical Group, fills a syringe with a dose of COVID-19 vaccine in Cookeville. Deavers has been administering COVID-19 tests and vaccines since March 2020.

Georgia National Guard deployed to hospitals
August 26, 2021
Georgia National Guard Soldiers and Airmen graduated from Grady Memorial Hospital Education Center’s Emergency Medical Services Advanced Emergency Medical Technician Program Dec. 16, 2020, in Atlanta. The course provided the service members with advanced medical training to provide elevated medical care to their units.

Tennessee National Guard boosts COVID support to hospitals
August 23, 2021
Spc. Anthony Spencer with the Tennessee National Guard prepares a COVID-19 vaccination dose for a patient at the Trousdale County Health Department June 9, 2021.

Kentucky Guard vaccination team supports Health Department
August 20, 2021
Lt. Col. Susan Piper, chief nurse and clinical officer of the Kentucky National Guard Mobile Vaccination Teams, along with Angela Kik, a nurse and vaccination strike team liaison with the Kentucky Department for Public Health, prepare to administer COVID-19 vaccinations to two Eastern Kentucky University students on campus during “Move-in Day,” August 13, 2021.

Virginia National Guard ends COVID response mission
August 3, 2021
Virginia National Guard Soldiers conduct a mobile vaccination mission on board international ships in July 2021 in Norfolk, Virginia. The Virginia National Guard's support to Virginia's COVID-19 response ended July 31, 2021.

VTNG supports COVID response from strategic stockpile
July 14, 2021
Airman 1st Class Abas Kallon from the 158th Fighter Wing, Vermont Air National Guard, retrieves personal protective equipment to fill an order at the Strategic National Stockpile Warehouse, Aug. 27, 2020. Airmen from across the 158th Fighter Wing have supported operations at the warehouse since March 2020.

Tennessee Guardsman uses medic skills during COVID mission
July 14, 2021
Spc. Alexander Smith, a combat medic with the 230th Sustainment Brigade, prepares a COVID-19 vaccine in Cleveland, Tenn. Smith has participated in the testing and vaccination phases of the Tennessee National Guard’s COVID-19 task force mission since March 2020.


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Ohio National Guard wraps up COVID-19 hospital support mission
Ohio National Guard Public Affairs
May 11, 2022 | 1:40
The staffing support provided by members of the Ohio National Guard and State Defense Force was the helping hand that many hospitals and communities needed during the spike of COVID-19 cases around the state from December into early this year. More than 2,000 Soldiers and Airmen were activated by Gov. Mike DeWine during that timeframe to help relieve hospitals and health care facilities, which welcomed the assistance due to employee shortages and illnesses.

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