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Holiday greetings from the 757th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion


Best wishes for the holidays from Nevada's 757th CSSB.

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Carson graduate becomes newest engineer company commander
Carson graduate becomes newest engineer company commander

The Nevada Army National Guard’s 609th Combat Engineer Co. recently welcomed a new commander to the Fallon unit.

Capt. Joannes Lamprecht, a Carson City native, assumed command from Capt. Brett Eklund in a ceremony held at the Washoe County Armory.

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National Guard Bureau’s senior enlisted advisor visits Silver State
National Guard Bureau’s senior enlisted advisor visits Silver State

RENO — Air Force Chief Master Sgt. Mitchell Brush, the senior enlisted advisor to the chief of the National Guard Bureau, emphasized the importance of Guardsmen informing others about their skills and missions while he toured Nevada Guard facilities in early December.

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2 storied careers: retired Hawthorne Soldier also Hall of Fame journalist
2 storied careers: retired Hawthorne Soldier also Hall of Fame journalist

HAWTHORNE – After 23 years in the Nevada Army Guard and more than 50 years as a journalist, few Nevadans can tell more incredible stories than retired Master Sgt. Tony Hughes. In fact, the Nevada Press Association recognized his extraordinary ability to recount news stories by inducting him into the Nevada Newspaper Hall of Fame in 2006.

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Nye County deputies: Self defense a critical skill on battlefield, at home
Nye County deputies: Self defense a critical skill on battlefield, at home

LAS VEGAS – Self defense is a critical skill for a female Soldier to possess whether on a distant battlefield or at home in Nevada, said Nye County Sheriff’s deputies during a self defense class here in October. More than 20 female Nevada Guard Soldiers and their family members completed a free self defense class hosted by the Nye County Sheriff’s Office the Las Vegas Readiness Center.

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Well-traveled WWII veteran ready for parade appearance
Well-traveled WWII veteran ready for parade appearance

CARSON CITY — A well-traveled, 72-year-old World War II veteran is set to make a triumphant return the annual Veterans Day parade in Reno on Tuesday.

A remodeled 1942 Dodge WC-54 3/4-Ton Army Ambulance, owned by the Department of Veterans Affairs and refurbished by the Nevada Army Guard, is set to make its first public appearance in years at the parade that starts at 11:11 a.m. at the  Virginia Street Bridge.

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757th battalion goes to work in Sinai Peninsula
757th battalion goes to work in Sinai Peninsula

EL GORAH, Egypt – Change is in the air in the Sinai Peninsula as the Nevada Army Guard’s 757th Combat Sustainment and Support Battalion has assumed its leadership role here Oct. 29 at the Multinational Force and Observers’ North Camp.

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