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Indiana National Guard monitors Pinworm reports

Indiana National Guard monitors Pinworm reports

Test results show no confirmed diagnosis of pinworm at this time at Fort Knox or Camp Atterbury. 

 

Wednesday, August 17, 2016/Author: Indiana Guardsman/Number of views (935)/Comments (0)/
Categories: Press Release
Mechanics ensure success for 38th Infantry Division annual training

Mechanics ensure success for 38th Infantry Division annual training

Indiana National Guard mechanics with the 38th Infantry Division keep units mission ready.

Tuesday, August 16, 2016/Author: Spc. Jesse Chapel, Indiana National Guard Public Affairs /Number of views (195)/Comments (0)/
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38th ID troops test medic skills

38th ID troops test medic skills

EDINBURGH, Ind. – Indiana National Guard soldiers from 38th Infantry Division attended a course for four days in August at Camp Atterbury’s medical simulation training center to engage in medical training exercises and certify as combat lifesavers.

Tuesday, August 16, 2016/Author: Spc. Jesse Chapel, Indiana National Guard Public Affairs /Number of views (173)/Comments (0)/
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Editorial: Why do I keep doing this?

Editorial: Why do I keep doing this?

It seems that the questions that make you think come as a surprise.

Thursday, August 11, 2016/Author: Master Sgt. Brad Staggs, 38th Infantry Division /Number of views (359)/Comments (0)/
Categories: Article by UPAR
Indiana Guardsmen come together for annual training exercises

Indiana Guardsmen come together for annual training exercises

EDINBURGH, Ind. – More than 3,900 Indiana National Guard soldiers descended on Camp Atterbury, the southern Indiana post approximately 30 miles south of Indianapolis, on Monday, August 1, to begin their annual training.

Tuesday, August 9, 2016/Author: Indiana Guardsman/Number of views (6552)/Comments (0)/
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Indiana National Guard aviation detachment deploys to Afghanistan

Indiana National Guard aviation detachment deploys to Afghanistan

INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana National Guard Soldiers with the 38th Infantry Division’s combat aviation brigade are set to deploy to Afghanistan in support of Operation Enduring Freedom.
Monday, August 8, 2016/Author: Indiana Guardsman/Number of views (426)/Comments (0)/
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38th ID citizen-soldiers to deploy to Cuba

38th ID citizen-soldiers to deploy to Cuba

INDIANAPOLIS – It was a familiar scene.  A formation of troops before their commander, preparing to depart for one of the many deployments tasked to the Indiana National Guard. An American flag of epic proportions formed the backdrop of the ceremony in which soldiers of the 38th Infantry Division bid adieu to home, families and friends.  
Sunday, August 7, 2016/Author: Sgt. 1st Class David Bruce, 38th Infantry Division Public Affairs/Number of views (425)/Comments (0)/
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Indiana Gold Star families receive Tribute to Fallen Soldiers

Indiana Gold Star families receive Tribute to Fallen Soldiers

INDIANAPOLIS - Tribute to Fallen Soldiers visited two Indiana Gold Star families’ homes as part of their ride event to escort the “Fallen Soldiers Memorial Flame” from Eugene, Oregon to Arlington National Cemetery.

Sunday, August 7, 2016/Author: Capt. Catalina Carrasco, Indiana National Guard Public Affairs /Number of views (623)/Comments (0)/
Gen. Joseph Lengyel becomes 28th chief of National Guard Bureau

Gen. Joseph Lengyel becomes 28th chief of National Guard Bureau

WASHINGTON, Aug. 3, 2016 —Citizen-warriors and the entire National Guard family are vital to the security of the United States, Defense Secretary Ash Carter said at the National Guard Bureau change-of-responsibility ceremony at the Pentagon today.
Wednesday, August 3, 2016/Author: Terri Moon Cronk | DoD News, Defense Media Activity/Number of views (283)/Comments (0)/
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Acoustic monitoring helps address endangered bat species

Acoustic monitoring helps address endangered bat species

EDINBURGH, Ind.- The Indiana National Guard’s Environmental Management Branch staff coordinated, hosted and participated in an acoustic techniques and analysis training delivered by some of the leading experts in the field of bat acoustic analysis. 
Wednesday, August 3, 2016/Author: staff report, Atterbury-Muscatatuck Public Affairs/Number of views (436)/Comments (0)/
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