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  • Utah National Guard broadens COVID-19 support across Utah

    DRAPER, Utah – The Utah National Guard, in cooperation with the Utah Department of Health, has expanded its support of the COVID-19 mission to provide vaccinations and monoclonal antibody infusions to patients living in long-term care facilities throughout Utah.On Jan. 19, Utah National Guard Soldiers and Airmen began administering vaccinations in
  • COVID-19 vaccine available to Washington Air Guard members

    CAMP MURRAY, Wash. – Across Washington State, every Air National Guardsman is eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccine on a voluntary basis, and many are choosing to do so. On Jan. 8, several members of the 194th Wing and Western Air Defense Sector went through the vaccination process at Camp Murray. They were among the first few groups within the
  • Iowa National Guard members receive COVID-19 vaccine

    SIOUX CITY, Iowa – The first round of COVID-19 vaccines have been distributed to National Guard units around the nation. Initial inoculations were given to unit members of the Iowa National Guard’s 185th Air Refueling Wing during their January training weekend. Early doses are being given to unit members considered “first tier,” people in the
  • 177th Fighter Wing Medical Group administers vaccinations

    ATLANTIC CITY AIR NATIONAL GUARD BASE, N.J. – The 177th Medical Group administered the first set of 60 COVID-19 vaccinations to Airmen at the 177th Fighter Wing. Some of the first unit members to receive the vaccine were U.S. Air Force Col. Bradford Everman, 177th Fighter Wing commander; Chief Master Sgt. William C. Perkins, 177th FW command chief;
  • Nevada Guard helps track COVID-19 spread among Reno homeless

    RENO, Nev. – Nevada National Guardsmen conducted a sample collection site for COVID-19 testing Thursday after the Washoe County Health District noticed an uptick in cases among homeless people at downtown shelters operated by Volunteers of America. “Our top priority is the health and safety of our guests, residents and staff,” said Pat Cashell,
  • NHNG Airman serves on front lines of fight against COVID-19

    CONCORD, N.H. – Outside the former Sears automotive bays at the Steeplegate Mall, the sun sets, turning the sky bright hues of orange, pink and purple. Inside, the Airmen and Soldiers hustling around lines of cars still have two hours left before the end of their shift. One Airman, in particular, has been accustomed to the fluid hours required of
  • Wisconsin Guard answered the call in 2020

    MADISON, Wis. – This was the "Year of the Guard" across the nation, as Citizen-Soldiers and -Airmen answered the call in an unprecedented way – from traditional overseas deployments to civil disturbances, pandemic response, and election support. Nowhere in America was the "Year of the Guard" more prevalent than in the Badger State, where the state
  • Oklahoma National Guard supports homeless

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahomans helping Oklahomans. For the Oklahoma National Guard, it’s more than just a saying – it’s a way of life. That mantra is what leads Guard members to serve our state and nation. This fall it led to Oklahoma National Guard members and their families collecting more than 1,200 packages of new socks and underwear for homeless
  • Wisconsin National Guard assists with vaccine rollout

    MADISON, Wis. — A small team of Citizen-Soldiers and -Airmen from the Wisconsin National Guard supported the distribution of the state’s first shipment of COVID-19 vaccines.Approximately 20 troops are helping manage vaccine inventory at undisclosed sites across the state.The troops are serving in a support role in coordination with other state
  • Guam, Hawaii share COVID best practices with the Philippines

    HONOLULU – The Guam and Hawaii National Guard participated in a virtual subject matter expert exchange (SMEE) on COVID-19 with the Armed Forces of the Philippines as part of the Guard's State Partnership Program. Normally during a table-top planning scenario in a SMEE, planners respond to a theoretical or historical scenario. Instead, over the
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