Massachusetts Army National Guard assists Quincy Fire Department
Massachusetts Army National Guard assists with high water rescue operations following coastal flooding.
125th Quartermaster Company supports Quincy Fire Department
Members of the 125th Quartermaster Company, Massachusetts Army National Guard, assist the Quincy Fire Department in high water rescue operations. 200 members of the Massachusetts National Guard are activated along the coast in response to flooding.
Governor Charlie Baker activated the National Guard to assist local communities
The Adjutant General of the Massachusetts National Guard, Air Force Maj. Gen. Gary Keefe, speaks with two members of the Scituate fire department March 2, 2018. Governor Charlie Baker activated the National Guard to assist local communities during a winter storm that is currently affecting the region.
Members of the 101st Field Artillery Regiment participate in rededication ceremony
Members of 101st Field Artillery Regiment took part in the 10th Mountain Division Rededication Ceremony hosted at Wachusett Mountain.
151 Regional Support Group arrive in support of Operation Spartan Shield
Soldiers from the 151st Regional Support Group1, Massachusetts National Guard pose for a photo during in-processing after arriving in Kuwait for a nine month deployment to the country. The 151 RSG will operating in support of Operation Spartan Shield which promotes security throughout the Middle-East.
Getting in the foxhole: How chaplains serve nonreligious service members
During basic training, every airman and soldier of the Massachusetts National Guard is issued two oblong stainless steel tags on a beaded chain. Imprinted into these “dog tags” is information that could be critical on the battlefield to either save a guardsman’s life or ensure a dignified handling of his remains. The first two lines list the service member’s full name. After that, a serial number, which is followed by blood type. Then, embossed on the last line of the tag is the guardsman’s religious affiliation...
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