- Nevada Air Guard female aviators fly into history
- July 21, 2014
RENO – Six Airmen from the Nevada Air National Guard made history on June 21 when they teamed to become the first all-female air crew to fly a tactical training mission. The crew, all from the 192nd Operations Squadron of the 152nd Airlift Wing, included pilot Maj. Hillary Moynihan, co-pilot Capt. Brooke Magee, navigator 1st. Lt. Merridy Stephenson, loadmaster Master Sgt. Kathleen Backlund, flight engineer Tech. Sgt. Jennifer Cronin and loadmaster Staff Sgt. Jana Morales.
- Family, friends test military skills during Jayne Wayne Day
- July 18, 2014
LAS VEGAS – Since the Revolutionary War, Army leaders have realized there is a good support network behind every good Soldier. That’s why the Nevada Army Guard’s Recruitment Sustainment Company recently hosted its second annual Family Day Event, nicknamed Jane Wayne Day. The day gave the Recruitment Sustainment Company an opportunity to thank Soldiers’ family members and friends for their support of the military – and a chance to train side-by-side with their familiar Soldier who had recently enlisted in the National Guard.
- Army Guard, Nevada Interscholastic Activities Association team up in new partnership
- July 17, 2014
CARSON CITY – The Nevada Army National Guard is set to team up with the Nevada Interscholastic Activities Association and become one of the association’s partners for the 2014-2015 academic year, Nevada Guard and NIAA officials said today. The NIAA is the non-profit organization of secondary schools in Nevada that acts as the governing body of high school athletics and activities. The Nevada Army Guard will be one of the NIAA’s general corporate partners along with the Nevada Dairy Council and Lifetouch Photography.
- Sustainment brigade takes lead at historical Camp Dodge logistics exercise
- July 15, 2014
CAMP DODGE, Iowa — “A commander in a brigade, battalion or company lives off of information. It has to be timely and accurate.” That statement emphasizing impeccable information and communication skills from Col. Vernon Scarbrough, the commander of the Nevada Army Guard’s 17th Sustainment Brigade, underscored the primary goal of the brigade during its first collective annual training here June 6-20. More than 125 Soldiers from the Las Vegas-based 17th SB participated in the largest logistical simulation exercise of its kind ever hosted by Camp Dodge.
- Nevada Guard catastrophe response teams do their best to prepare for the worst
- July 13, 2014
RENO — A nightmare scenario tested more than 200 Airmen and Soldiers from the Nevada Guard’s Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, Explosives and Enhanced Response Force Package (CERFP) and the 92nd Civil Support Team in preparation for their bi-annual training evaluation here on Friday. The Washoe County Department of Emergency Management and Homeland Security as well as other local and regional emergency response units also participated in the training. In addition, more than 100 role-playing civilians helped the agencies add realism to the scenarios.
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