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  • CAMP SMITH TRAINING SITE, N.Y. - Going to the range is more than a weekend long drill for some Soldiers. Over the course of six months, the headquarters section of New York's Joint Force Headquarters (JFHQ) was getting ready for just three days that, for many part-time Soldiers, is the only time of the year they'll fire a weapon.UA-87633511-

  • Fort Knox, Ky.- Collaboration was the theme as sergeants major from across the Army gathered at the Lt. Gen. Timothy J. Maude Complex on Fort Knox, Kentucky, May 23-24, for a two-day, Army G-1 Sergeants Major Symposium, hosted by Sgt. Maj. Derek Johnson, Army Deputy Chief of Staff Personnel, G-1 sergeant major.

  • WASHINGTON --The Citizen-Soldiers and -Airmen of the National Guard stand ready to protect and defend the nation, thanks to the continued support from Congress, the chief of the National Guard Bureau told a congressional hearing Wednesday.UA-87633511-1

  • CAMP ARIFJAN, KUWAIT - Major General Anthony German, the Adjutant General of New York, got a firsthand look at the missions New York National Guard Soldiers and Airmen are conducting during a May 16-18 visit here.UA-87633511-1

  • PHOENIX -- It was a brisk early spring morning in the New Mexico desert as more than 7,200 participants anxiously gathered for the opening ceremonies of the 28th Bataan Memorial Death March at White Sands Missile Range, New Mexico. To add to this year's distinction, it marked the 75th Anniversary of the original Bataan Death March during WWII.UA-87633511-1

  • COLUMBIA, S.C. - Employees in the South Carolina National Guard celebrated Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month with food, dance, and educational displays during an event held May 24, 2017 at the Joint Force Headquarters in Columbia, South Carolina.UA-87633511-1

  • SINAI PENINSULA, Egypt -- The extraordinary has become routine. A Friday ceremony in which a Minnesota National Guard infantry battalion handed over responsibility for the Multinational Force and Observers mission here to an incoming Massachusetts National Guard infantry battalion might have been newsworthy 16 years ago.UA-87633511-1