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Nevada Guard honors first Global War on Terrorism death a decade later


A decade later, the Nevada National Guard remembers its first death in the Post-9/11 Era with a visit from the mother of one of its fallen.

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Building a Stronger Nevada Together
Building a Stronger Nevada Together

The Nevada National Guard Military Family Support Services in cooperation with the Nevada Department of Veterans Services conducted their second annual Military and Veterans Advocate Volunteer Workshop for Northern Nevada veterans and military supporters this weekend at Harrah’s Reno.

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Nevada Guard, Sheriff's Office team to complete active assailant training
Nevada Guard, Sheriff's Office team to complete active assailant training

CARSON CITY – More than 200 Nevada National Guardsmen teamed with Nevada Division of Emergency Management and Carson City Sheriff's Office staff during an active assailant training exercise today at the Office of the Adjutant General.

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Retired Sgt. Maj. ready to attack American Century Championship field
Retired Sgt. Maj. ready to attack American Century Championship field

Retired Sgt. Maj. Rod Gorman hopes Nevada Guardsmen can help form new armies of supporters for the golfers with strong military ties at the 2015 American Century Golf Championship today through Sunday at the Edgewood Golf Course. Gorman is one of several contenders in the tournament with military ties.

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Familiar Carson City Soldier now JFHQ 1st Sgt.
Familiar Carson City Soldier now JFHQ 1st Sgt.

CARSON CITY (July 15, 2015) – He may be new to the Joint Force Headquarters unit, but many Nevada Army Guard Soldiers in the capital city are already very familiar with the unit’s new first sergeant, Troy Anderson. Anderson became the unit’s first sergeant during a change of responsibility ceremony on July 11.

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Nevada Guard and Civil Air Patrol team up to teach kids
Nevada Guard and Civil Air Patrol team up to teach kids

The Reno Civil Air Patrol Composite Squadron and the Nevada Air and Army Guard gave 105 boys and girls a glimpse of military life July 5-12 during the squadron’s annual encampment at Camp Stead. 

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Recruiting and Retention Battalion welcomes new commander
Recruiting and Retention Battalion welcomes new commander

CARSON CITY – Lt. Col. Keith Kamachi assumed command of one of the Nevada Army Guard’s largest and most visible battalions – the Recruiting and Retention Battalion – here during a change of command ceremony on Saturday. The Recruiting and Retention Battalion includes a headquarters and two sustainment companies and features more than 375 Soldiers stationed at four armories and five recruiting offices throughout Nevada.

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