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Nevada Guard in Afghanistan for nearly 20 years
Nevada Guard in Afghanistan for nearly 20 years
8/19/2021

More than 1,250 Nevada Army Guard Soldiers served in Afghanistan on 19 separate unit activations between 2003-2021, according to statistics from the Nevada Army Guard’s plans and operations section.

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RETIRED BRIG. GEN. DOUGLAS BYINGTON, 1932-2021
RETIRED BRIG. GEN. DOUGLAS BYINGTON, 1932-2021
7/21/2021

Retired Nevada Army Guard Brig. Gen. Douglas Byington, 88, a renowned Northern Nevada Soldier, educator and athlete, died on Tuesday in his hometown of Sparks. Upon his retirement from the Nevada Army Guard in 1988, he was the Commander of the Army Guard and had recorded a military career that spanned nearly four decades in both the active-duty Army and National Guard.

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Leads 2 Enlistment Challenge continues through summer
Leads 2 Enlistment Challenge continues through summer
7/14/2021

The Leads 2 Enlistment Challenge is simple: Soldiers just scan the associated QR code on the accompanying graphic image and then record all the requisite information for a potential lead for the Nevada Army Guard Recruiting and Retention staff.

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Nevada Army Guard officer lands dream job at White House
Nevada Army Guard officer lands dream job at White House
6/28/2021

In his civilian occupation as the Associate Director of the White House Office of Intergovernmental Affairs, Capt. Gabriel Uy of the Nevada Army Guard’s Joint Force Headquarters works in the Eisenhower Executive Office Building just yards away from President Biden’s Oval Office at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington, D.C.

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Air Guard’s ‘Baby Doc’ overcomes early health condition to become leader in pandemic battle
Air Guard’s ‘Baby Doc’ overcomes early health condition to become leader in pandemic battle
6/9/2021

Undeterred by a rare health condition early in life, Nevada Air Guard 1st Lt. Caleena Longworth is now on the front line of health care in southern Nevada during the ongoing pandemic. Few in the state have vaccinated more people than Longworth, who has personally administered the vaccine to more than 4,000 people while acquiring the nickname “Baby Doc” from her health care coworkers given her youthful appearance.

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