- Battle, football fields shaped Vinatieri brothers career paths
- July 28, 2014
CARSON CITY -- Had the band been present for Custer’s Last Stand, the regiment’s bandmaster, Felix Vinatieri, may have died and forever altered sports and military annals. His great-great grandson, Adam Vinatieri, would not have kicked the game-winning field goals in two Super Bowls and Maj. Beau Vinatieri, Adam’s younger brother, would not be the Nevada Army Guard 17th Sustainment Brigade’s personnel officer.
- Nevada Air Guard’s Thompson recognized by NAACP
- July 24, 2014
CARSON CITY -- Nevada Air Guard Senior Master Sgt. Torry Thompson distinguished himself from the roughly 110,000 Airmen in the entire Air National Guard to receive the 2014 Roy Wilkins Renown Service Award from the NAACP in Las Vegas on Tuesday. The Roy Wilkins Renown Service Award is presented annually to one service member from each branch of the military and one Department of Defense civilian.
- 8 Nevada Guard Airmen support humanitarian mission in Tonga
- July 22, 2014
CARSON CITY – Eight Airmen from the Nevada Air National Guard joined 160 people from seven nations Monday to provide humanitarian assistance to the citizens of Tonga as part of Operation Pacific Angel-Tonga. The mission will continue until July 26. Tonga is Nevada National Guard’s partner in the National Guard’s State Partnership Program, the Department of Defense program that links a state's National Guard with the armed forces or equivalent of a partner country in a cooperative, mutually beneficial relationship.
- 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.
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