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Kentucky National Guard mission extended in Washington D.C.
March 15, 2021
— The Kentucky National Guard has agreed to extend the mission in support of the U.S. Capitol Police and the Washington D.C. National Guard through May 23, 2021. Approximately 70 volunteer Guardsmen will continue to provide support to the National Capitol Region, while Kentucky's footprint will be reduced from the 150 personnel that are there now...
41st Civil Support Team kicks off Annual Evaluation Training with AR North
March 15, 2021
— The Kentucky National Guard's 41st Civil Support Team (CST) rallied in Bardstown, Ky., to kick-off their mission-readiness evaluation March 15-18, 2021. This certification test takes place every 18 months to keep the team up to date with the protocols and procedures necessary for responding to potential Weapons of Mass Destruction (MWD) and/or threat thereof...
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 the Kentucky Guard Service Members who supported the Inauguration...
ROTC cadets learn water survival techniques
March 12, 2021
— Kentucky Army National Guard Cadets within the University of Kentucky’s ROTC program received survival training at Fort Campbell March 12 under the direction of the 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment’s Dunker Training instructors...
One shot at a time - Regional vaccine distribution in the Commonwealth
March 10, 2021
— As Kentucky transitions into the vaccination phase of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Kentucky National Guard maintains its partnership with Kroger, University of Louisville, Kentucky Emergency Management, and other agencies to help facilitate the regional distribution of vaccines to citizens of the Commonwealth...
Kentucky Guard Assists with Vaccine Rollout
March 6, 2021
— Soldiers from the Kentucky Army National Guard supported civilian medical specialists at a COVID-19 vaccination site in Bowling Green, March 12...
Training awards handed to top Units
March 5, 2021
— The Unit Training Readiness Awards Program is the G3 (Operations) selection of the Battalion-level element boasting the best units measured in areas that are specific to training and contribute directly to overall individual or collective training readiness...
Crossing Over-One Soldier’s journey from enlisted to officer
February 25, 2021
— Once Command Sergeant Major, now 1st Lieutenant, Daniel Truex, Maneuver and Support Officer for the 198th Military Police Battalion and soon to be the executive officer for the 617th Military Police Company, is an example of taking on challenges and pursuing a goal no matter the obstacles...
Kentucky Guardsmen Support Greatest Generation
February 19, 2021
— Sayre is a nonprofit senior living community that provides housing, rehabilitation, and long-term nursing care. They serve all levels of care; from independent, assisted living, skilled nursing, memory care, and long-and-short-term care. They have been open to the public since 1983...
Trust the Process - Lessons learned from Vanessa Guillen Investigation at Fort Hood
February 17, 2021
— This is a commentary by 1st Sgt. Darrell Brookins, 133rd Mobile Public Affairs Detachment. In April of 2020, Spc. Vanessa Guillen was allegedly sexually harassed, and later murdered on post at Fort Hood, Texas. The programs we have in place to protect Soldiers failed her. We, as Soldiers, must better that process to ensure trust throughout our ranks. This is a commentary by 1st Sgt. Darrell Brookins, 133rd Mobile Public Affairs Detachment...
Leading Leaders from the 2020 General Douglas MacArthur Leadership Award Recipients
February 3, 2021
— The MacArthur Leadership Award is presented to Officers & Warrant Officer grade leaders that display the qualities of duty, honor, and county. Capt. Justin Gilliam & Chief Warrant Officer 2 David Burnett of the Kentucky Army National Guard was awarded the prestigious honor on Dec. 11, 2020. This honor comes from years of hard work and dedication...
Kentucky Fire Fighters deploy to Eastern Europe
February 2, 2021
— The 177th FFT, belonging to the 206th Engineer Battalion, is slated to deploy to Eastern Europe in support of Operation Freedom’s Sentinel...
Kentucky National Guard continues security effort in Washington, D.C.
January 28, 2021
— Based out of Richmond, Ky., volunteers from the 149th Maneuver Enhancement Brigade have been charged with overseeing the mission and will assist in protecting property and providing a safe environment for citizens to exercise their right to peacefully assemble and protest. Federal and local authorities have requested continued National Guard support following the conclusion of the 59th Presidential Inauguration...
KENTUCKY'S RIVER RAISIN BATTLE FLAG
January 22, 2021
— If you talk to U.S. Military members about their feelings towards these flags, they may share with you their opinion or a remarkable story. You should expect an initial silence, once asked, as the individual takes a moment to reflect on some significant event or time in their military career where they were personally affected by their sight, or perhaps while gathering thoughts to share their meaning of the flags...
Kentucky Guard Supports 59th Presidential Inauguration
January 21, 2021
— Kentucky Guardsmen augmented U.S. Capitol Police, supported the Department of Energy to screen for potential hazardous substances, conducted Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear (CBRN) mass casualty decontamination operations, and emergency medical trauma care. Personnel supporting the inauguration included Soldiers and Airmen from the 1-149th Infantry, 138th Field Artillery Brigade, 41st Civil Support Team (CST), CBRN Enhanced Response Force-Package (CERF-P), 123rd Medical Detachment, Air Guard Food Service Support, and Chaplain Corps...
Kentucky National Guard supporting security effort in Washington, D.C.
January 14, 2021
— The Kentucky National Guard will send approximately 270 personnel to the National Capitol Region this weekend to assist civilian law enforcement with security operations leading up to the Presidential Inauguration on Wednesday...
COVID-19 Vaccines now available for Guard members
January 11, 2021
— The Moderna vaccine was picked up by the Kentucky National Guard and they have started administering it to troops...
Kentucky Army & Air Guard COVID-19 2020 Response
January 6, 2021
— COVID-19 and the onset of a global pandemic have forced us to retreat in our daily lives. For many, this has been a year of loss, struggle, uncertainty, and agitation. However, through a time of mandatory social distancing, the call to respond to the community has never been higher for the men and women that serve the Commonwealth. Commentary from Sgt. Jesse Elbouab...
The story of James Tandy Ellis, 26th Kentucky Adjutant General
January 1, 2021
— James "Tandy" Ellis was a newspaper columnist, poet, humorist, entertainer, raconteur, and Kentucky Adjutant General. He was born the second son of Dr. Peter Clarkson and Drusilla Tandy Ellis, June 9, 1868, in Ghent (Carroll County), Ky.His father, a native of Bourbon County, settled in Carroll County and practiced medicine for many years, allowing...
November 9, 2020
— 1st Lt. Bryan Fuller, the assistant S2 (Intelligence, security, and information operations) for the 138 Field Artillery Brigade and community president of first Southern National Bank (on the civilian side) is also a baseball player. In early 2020 Fuller found out about the opportunity to play baseball and compete again through an old college friend of his from Campbellsville University where he played baseball for 4 years as a relief pitcher...
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