Airman’s heartbreaking story drives home importance of traffic safety
July 26, 2016
Airman’s heartbreaking story drives home importance of traffic safety

Nevada Air National Guard Master Sgt. Paul Hinen explains the importance of safe driving with his lecture “One Violation from Tragedy,” which tells the story of a 1997 fatal car wreck that changed his family forever.

Venerable old ‘Hawk prepares for retirement
July 26, 2016
Venerable old ‘Hawk prepares for retirement

STEAD, Nev. – Mirroring the path of many Soldiers who began their careers in the 1980s, the Nevada Army Guard’s oldest Black Hawk helicopters is set to retire from the military and transition to civilian life by the end of August. Black Hawk UH-60A No. 7923305 (nicknamed 305) was built in 1979 by the Sikorsky Aircraft Company and has served in the U.S. Army since 1981. After more than 35 years of completing countless transportation, evacuation and fire suppression missions over the course of 5,466 flying hours, it will enter the Army Black Hawk Exchange and Sales Transaction program and be sold either back to Sikorsky or a top civilian bidder.

Paternity suits deployed Nevada Army Guard Soldiers
July 14, 2016
Paternity suits deployed Nevada Army Guard Soldiers

CAMP ARIFJAN, Kuwait — Even with today’s advances in communication technology, it’s difficult to be away from home serving on a military deployment.

It’s especially true for fathers who are thousands of miles away anticipating the birth of their first child. That scenario is what four Nevada Army Guard Soldiers deployed to the Middle East with the 17th Sustainment Brigade experienced in the last few months.

Nevada Guard dominates Excellence in Diversity awards
July 14, 2016
Nevada Guard dominates Excellence in Diversity awards

WILL ROGERS AIR NATIONAL GUARD BASE, Okla. – (July 13) The Nevada National Guard claimed four of the five 2015 Excellence in Diversity prizes awarded here Wednesday at the 2016 National Guard Diversity Training and Workshop in Norman, Okla.

Nevada Guard’s 421st Regional Training institute continues successful comeback
July 1, 2016
Nevada Guard’s 421st Regional Training institute continues successful comeback

LAS VEGAS – In 2014, National Guard Bureau placed the Nevada Army Guard’s 421st Regional Training Institute on probationary status for failing to meet national standards. The training institute lost its ability to issue graduation documents to students who attended courses in Nevada – nullifying its mission and purpose for existence.

However, in just two years, the 421st is making a comeback, evident in its successful transition under The Army School System (TASS) to One Army School System (OASS).

Clearly, a lot has change in two years. 

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