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Nevada Guard remains on frontline of wildfire battle in California
A Nevada Air Guard C-130 drops fire retardant on the Mendocino Complex fire last week. Air Guard C-130s have completed 61 sorties over California fires during the past 16 days.
Photo courtesy Associated Press
Lakota helicopters familiar face of Army aviation in southern Nevada
Sgt. 1st Class Erick Studenicka
A Nevada Army Guard Lakota completes a pinnacle landing at 7500 feet elevation during the 3/140th Security and Support's annual training last week in Las Vegas. The Nevada Army Guard's 3/140th Security and Support, B and D companies, operate and maintain and the state's six UH-72A Lakota helicopters from their base in North Las Vegas.
Photo courtesy Sgt. Darius Steward, 3/140th
Nevada Guard Adjutant General named Veteran of the Month
Nevada National Guard Adjutant General Brig. Gen. Bill Burks, right, congratulates Billy Greenwood after both received awards from the Nevada Department of Veteran Services' during a ceremony at the Capitol on June 22.
Nevada cavalry on target during ongoing Idaho live-fire training
BOISE, Idaho - The Nevada Army National Guard's 1-221st Cavalry is conducting its largest live fire training exercise since joining the Idaho-based 116th Cavalry Brigade Combat Team. More than 500 Soldiers are participating in the exercise at the Orchard Combat Training Center near Idaho's capital city.
Civil support team Soldier adds to Nevada Guard's Best Warrior medal trove
Staff Sgt. Craig Kenison of the 92nd Civil Support Team competes the task of formulating a range card for a M2 .50 caliber weapon during the Region VII Best Warrior contest May 10 in Sante Fe, New Mexico. Kenison went on the capture second place in the competition and is the first alternate for the region in the All-Guard Best Warrior contest this summer. (Photo courtesy New Mexico Army Guard)
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