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  • New York National Guard begins COVID-19 vaccinations

    WATERVLIET, N.Y. – Almost 1,000 New York National Guard Soldiers and Airmen were vaccinated against COVID-19 Dec. 17-20 as part of a Department of Defense (DOD) pilot program at 16 locations worldwide. Priority for the vaccine went to Army and Air Guard health care providers and personnel assigned

  • Frontline Indiana Guardsmen receive COVID vaccine

    Approximately 200 Indiana National Guard Soldiers and Airmen received the COVID vaccine on Dec. 16 at the Johnson County Armory.The Hoosier Guardsmen who were vaccinated have been on the front lines of pandemic response missions at long-term care facilities, COVID testing sites, protective equipment