Guardsmen support Derby in reduced capacity
May 2, 2021
147th Kentucky Derby

Cecil concludes 24-year Kentucky Air National Guard Career
May 1, 2021
Chief Master Sgt. Shaun P. Cecil, chief enlisted manager for the 123rd Civil Engineer Squadron, speaks to audience members during his retirement ceremony April 10, 2021, at the Kentucky Air National Guard Base in Louisville, Ky. Cecil's career spanned 24 years. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Clayton Wear)

A generational brotherhood found in midst of pandemic
April 30, 2021
A generational brotherhood found in midst of pandemic

Kentucky First Lady and Adjutant General Visit ChalleNGe Academy
April 23, 2021
Britainy Beshear, first lady of Kentucky, speaks to teachers and students

Kentucky Air Guard kicks off 2021 Thunder air show
April 19, 2021
A member of the Kentucky Air National Guard’s 123rd Special Tactics Squadron executes a high-altitude, low-opening parachute jump into Bowman Field in Louisville, Ky., April 17, 2021 to open the Thunder Over Louisville air show. The annual event featured more than 20 military and civilian aircraft. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Dale Greer)

LTC Joiner takes charge of Kentucky Training Institute
April 18, 2021
Lt. Col. Allen Joiner assumes command

Mountain Warriors Change of Command
April 18, 2021
1-149th INF "Mountain Warriors" Change of Command

Kentucky Air Guard to open Thunder Over Louisville air show with special tactics jump
April 16, 2021
Special operators from the Kentucky Air National Guard’s 123rd Special Tactics Squadron parachute into the Ohio River from a C-130 aircraft during the Thunder Over Louisville air show in Louisville, Ky., April 21, 2018. The squadron, which is comprised of combat controllers, pararescuemen, special operations weathermen and special tactics officers, will perform a similar jump during this year's Thunder air show. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Lt. Col. Dale Greer)

The Kentucky National Guard promotes its newest officer at the State Capitol
April 16, 2021
KYNG promotes newest officer at state capitol

Ky. Guard supports new site capable of 4,000 daily COVID vaccinations
April 12, 2021
U.S. Army Sgt. Nicholas Wentworth of the Kentucky Army National Guard directs traffic at Kentucky’s largest drive-through COVID-19 vaccination clinic at Cardinal Stadium in Louisville, Ky., April 12, 2021. More than 30 Soldiers and Airmen from the Kentucky Army and Air National Guard are providing direct support to the clinic, which can vaccinate up to 4,000 patients a day. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Dale Greer)

Welcome Home for 70 medical professionals from year-long deployment
April 10, 2021
Welcome Home for 70 medical professionals from year-long deployment

Happy Birthday, Bluegrass Marchers!
April 6, 2021
202nd Army Band celebrates 100 years

New Female Battalion Commander takes lead after representing the Kentucky Guard at the National Level
March 31, 2021
Lt. Col. La'Shawna Waller

Kentucky Guardsmen train with search and rescue teams
March 30, 2021
Kentucky National Guard Soldiers and Airmen along with several dozen members of the London-Laurel Rescue Squad and Laurel County Emergency Management

National Guard Endurance Team competes in Dallas, gears up for try-outs this August
March 26, 2021
2021 National Guard Endurance Team in the DEKA FIT competition

Kentucky State Guard 1917 - 1920
March 25, 2021
Kentucky State Guard 1917 - 1920

Kentucky National Guard mission extended in Washington D.C.
March 15, 2021
KYNG Logo

41st Civil Support Team kicks off Annual Evaluation Training with AR North
March 15, 2021
41st Civil Support Team

Kentucky Guard recognized for efforts at Nation's capitol
March 12, 2021
Governor Andy Beshear visited Kentucky's Boone National Guard Center, March 12 to present an Acclamation award to members of the National Guard who supported the inauguration In January, more than 300 Soldiers and Airmen mobilized to assist federal agencies in security the Nations Capital during the 59th Presidential Inauguration. During the Ceremony six Service members were additionally recognized for their dedication and commitment to the commonwealth for going above and beyond the call of duty.

ROTC cadets learn water survival techniques
March 12, 2021
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