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  • National Guard support critical to U.S. European Command

    STUTTGART, Germany – From Poland to Kosovo, Lithuania to Ukraine, Soldiers and Airmen from the U.S. National Guard operate alongside allies and partners throughout Europe. They train in all domains, whether firing a rifle, driving a tank, flying a plane or protecting critical infrastructure from cyber threats.  Of the 64,000 U.S. military personnel
  • Michigan, Latvia strengthen partnership in virtual workshop

    LANSING, Mich. – U.S. military public affairs professionals from Michigan, Illinois, New Jersey and Washington joined with counterparts from the Republic of Latvia to sharpen their skills as media content creators during a virtual military storytelling workshop March 15-19.More than 40 people participated in the event, designed to build on a series
  • Michigan Guard vaccinates more than 323,000 in 90 days

    LANSING, Mich. – The first 90 days of 2021, the Michigan National Guard administered more than 323,000 COVID-19 vaccinations in the fight against the virus.The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services asked the Guard to support community health care organizations with logistical and medical assets for COVID-19 vaccinations across the
  • Michigan National Guard member deployed nearly a decade

    RAMSTEIN AIR BASE, Germany – For decades, the military service of National Guard and Reserve members was characterized by the slogan, "One weekend a month, two weeks a year."While the minimum service requirement remains 12 drill weekends and a 10- to 14-day training period annually, this is not necessarily the experience of Guard members and
  • Michigan National Guard vaccinates northern Michiganders

    LANSING, Mich. — The Michigan National Guard’s Task Force North is vaccinating more than 7,500 Michigan residents a week. Two vaccination sites in Grayling and Gaylord in northern Michigan ran March 13-14.Task Force North - 12 COVID-19 Vaccination and Testing Teams (CVTT) with one medic and two administrative personnel each – help local health care
  • MING helps give school employees hope with vaccinations

    NILES, Mich. – The Michigan National Guard helped facilitate second-dose COVID-19 vaccinations of school employees March 12."We have seven school districts participating in today's event," said Tracy Hertsel, director of student support services and COVID director for Niles Community Schools. "This is a second dose – everyone who was in our first
  • Michigan National Guard think tank boosts Latvian partnership

    LANSING, Mich. – The Michigan National Guard opened the Kelly Johnson Joint All-Domain Innovation Center at Selfridge Air National Guard Base near Detroit in September to help military planners find innovative solutions to diverse and complex problems affecting the warfighter.Since January, a KJJADIC innovation working group has collaborated with
  • Michigan National Guard helps food banks meet increased need

    LANSING, Mich. – Michigan National Guard (MING) Soldiers and Airmen, working alongside food bank workers and volunteers across the state, have helped distribute more than 34 million pounds of food to those in need.The Soldiers and Airmen are part of the state's COVID-19 Joint Task Force (JTF) 172. The food bank task force was set up by the MING
  • Michigan vaccination teams bring hope to local communities

    LANSING, Mich. – Soldiers and Airmen with Michigan’s Army and Air National Guard continue partnering with health departments at vaccination clinics around the state to help battle COVID-19.One clinic was held in Battle Creek.“Today, we are doing primarily our second dose for COVID-19 mass vaccination clinic,” said Brigette Reichenbaugh, deputy
  • Michigan National Guard helps local food bank feed kids

    LANSING, Mich. – The Michigan National Guard has been a force multiplier for good in Michigan communities during the COVID-19 pandemic. Now, the Guard is working with the Greater Lansing Food Bank, building thousands of food bags and distributing them to children.“It’s really gratifying being able to feed the community,” said U.S. Air Force Senior
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