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Check out this story about Camp Guernsey turning up the heat on fire mitigation. https://wyomilitary.wyo.gov/18_90/

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Our 153rd Airlift Wing aircrews are in Sacramento doing annual training for the MAFFS - Air Expeditionary Group mission, a partnership with the U.S. Forest Service

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Check out State Command Sgt. Maj. Pafford trying out the SRT at Fort Bragg.
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PODCAST, https://wyomilitary.wyo.gov/085p/

A conversation with Chief Master Sgt. Joshua Moore, the new state command chief for the Wyoming Air National Guard. Chief Master Sgt. Moore shares a little bit about himself, how he arrived at his new job, and what his priorities are for the enlisted men and women of the Wyoming Air Guard.

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Cmd. Sgt. Maj. Robert Butz receives the "all important" bumper sticker from Brig. Gen. Brian Nesvik, assistant adjutant general, Army during a retirement ceremony at Joint Forces Headquarters in Cheyenne, April 10, 2018. Butz served 30 years and may be the only soldier still in the Wyo. Guard to have deployed to both Desert Storm and Operation Iraqi Freedom, according to Nesvik. Congrats and enjoy retirement sergeant major!

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Any APFT score under 300 for Sgt. 1st Class Todd Ernst is a bad day, but those don't happen often and it paid off with a win at Bataan

When disaster strikes a small town, we're ready to help. Check out this video from last week's Alpine Guard exercise with Colorado National Guard

See today's award recipients at https://www.flickr.com/photos/wyoguard/albums/72157665590314327

We bid farewell and congratulations to Brig. Gen. Tammy Maas at her retirement ceremony April 8, 2018, at the Joint Forces Readiness Center in Cheyenne. Maas served almost 40 years.

We bid farewell and congratulations to Brig. Gen. Tammy Maas at her retirement ceremony April 8, 2018, at the Joint Forces Readiness Center in Cheyenne. Maas served almost 40 years.

Posted by Wyoming National Guard on Sunday, April 8, 2018

Here’s a look at some of our Wyoming Army National Guard soldiers and some of their training at Camp Guernsey Joint Training Center on a cold and snowy drill day April 7, 2018. Headquarters and Headquarters Battery, 2nd Battalion, 300th Field Artillery were working on updating procedures and polishing their communications systems, C Company, 1st Battalion, 297th Infantry Regiment was qualifying its automatic weapons shooters, 920th Forward Support Company soldiers were working the cranes on High Mobility Artillery Rocket Systems and Training Center Command was conducting weapons maintenance.

Here’s a look at some of our Wyoming Army National Guard soldiers and some of their training at Camp Guernsey Joint Training Center on a cold and snowy drill day April 7, 2018. Headquarters and Headquarters Battery, 2nd Battalion, 300th Field Artillery were working on updating procedures and polishing their communications systems, C Company, 1st Battalion, 297th Infantry Regiment was qualifying its automatic weapons shooters, 920th Forward Support Company soldiers were working the cranes on High Mobility Artillery Rocket Systems and Training Center Command was conducting weapons maintenance.

Posted by Wyoming National Guard on Sunday, April 8, 2018

During a combined promotion and change of command ceremony April 6, 2018, at the Joint Forces Readiness Center in Cheyenne, Brian Nesvik was sworn in as brigadier general and then assumed command of the Wyoming Army National Guard from retiring Brig. Gen. Tammy Maas. Brig. Gen. Nesvik received his first salute from his brother Warrant Officer Candidate Dan Nesvik and accepted the Wyoming Army National Guard guidon from Maj. Gen. Luke Reiner, Wyoming adjutant general during the change of command. (U.S. National Guard photos by Sgt. 1st Class James McGuire)

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TBT: As Wyoming Gov. Matt Mead looks on, Tammy Maas is sworn in as the Wyoming Army National Giard commander by Maj. Gen. Luke Reiner, Wyoming adjutant general, after being promoted to brigadier general in the Wyoming Army National Guard May 5, 2016, at the Joint Forces Readiness Center, in Cheyenne. She will turn the WyARNG over to Col. Brian Nesvik, who will be promoted to brigadier general during a promotion and change of command ceremony tomorrow. Her retirement ceremony is set for Sunday

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Happy Birthday Wyoming National Guard! It's been a while since drill weekend meant learning to shoe your horses. Wyo Guard celebrates a couple of milestones this month, with its 148th anniversary and the 120th anniversary of its first federal activation for war. In 1870, Wyoming Territorial Gov. John A. Campbell divided the territory into three military districts and assigned a militia colonel to command each, with orders to enroll a regiment in the respective districts. This was General Order No. 1 and it marks the birth of the Wyoming National Guard by establishing the Wyoming Militia. The militia was authorized to protect and safeguard the people of the Wyoming Territory.

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Bill Saunders runs the Wyoming National Guard Museum in Cheyenne and is helping the public affairs office research an important anniversary this year. More to follow on the significant event, but rest assured if you want to find out more about our history, this great museum is a must-see.

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We always enjoy interactions with Wyoming’s CASA. She’s an amazing woman.

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Chief Warrant Officer 2 Lauren Gurney pursues her two passions, piloting UH-60 helicopters for the Wyoming National Guard and running her own business baking and making chocolates in Jackson, Wyoming.

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Chief Warrant Officer 2 Lauren Gurney pursues her two passions, piloting UH-60 helicopters for the Wyoming National Guard and running her own business baking and making chocolates in Jackson, Wyoming.

Posted by Wyoming National Guard on Wednesday, March 21, 2018

Sgt. Brian Parrish a full time mechanic at Camp Guernsey Joint Training Center's Combined Support Maintenance Shop replaces a valve gasket cover on a High Mobility Artillery Rocket System launcher. The state's HIMARS are in for annual maintenance prior to this year's training cycle.

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Army Command Sgt. Maj. Harold Pafford signed his last re-enlistment of his career yesterday that will extend him till October 2021. Huge shoutout to him and our organization that we will have this leader for a couple more years.

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With a number of military members and veterans on board to witness, Governor Matt Mead signed Senate File 37, at the Jonah Building March 9. The bill designates Wyoming as a Purple Heart State and recognizes August 7 as "Purple Heart Day."

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Our Wyoming soldiers are tough cookies - a little cold weather won't keep us inside. Read about this recent exercise at https://wyomilitary.wyo.gov/18_066.

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Sweet! Congrats to Sgt. Dellinger.

Click the photo to check out more of our 153rd Airlift Wing deployers returning to Cheyenne March 7
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Wyoming State Auditor Cynthia Cloud, and Wyoming Treasurer Mark Gordon gather for a photo with cadets from the Wyoming Cowboy ChalleNGe Academy at the Joint Forces Readiness Center in Cheyenne, March 6, 2018. The cadets were in town, from Camp Guernsey, to learn first-hand about state government.

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