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TO SERVE AND PROTECT OUR STATE AND NATION,
WE ARE ALWAYS READY, ALWAYS THERE

 

The Indiana National Guard works around the clock to maintain readiness to serve at home and abroad at a moment's notice. Hoosiers can count on us to respond to emergencies in their communities and across the country, and to do our part to protect national security as part of operational forces deployed across the globe.

 

Soldier helps the sick with her furry companion
Staff Sgt. Chelsea Robbins, a battalion retention noncommissioned officer for the 2nd Battalion, 150th Field Artillery, 81st Troop Command, in Bloomington, Indiana, on May 15, 2020, took her furry companion, Rizzo, to a hospice care center to visit patients who's family and friends have to be socially distanced. After almost 20 years in the Indiana National Guard, Robbins wanted to give back to the community while both in uniform and out.
May 27, 2020 - Staff Sgt. Chelsea Robbins, a battalion retention noncommissioned officer for the 2nd Battalion, 150th Field Artillery, 81st Troop Command, in Bloomington, Indiana, on May 15, 2020, took her furry companion, Rizzo, to a hospice care center to visit patients who's family and friends have to be socially distanced. After almost 20 years in the Indiana National Guard, Robbins wanted to give back to the community while both in uniform and out.

Indiana Guard team provides crucial support for frontline guardsmen
Maj. John Shepherd, public health officer and Air National Guardsman with the plans team, conducts daily operations at Stout Field, Indianapolis May 6, 2020. The Guard's COVID-19 plans team filled a critical component in organizing specialized teams while protecting the health and safety of soldiers and airmen serving on the frontlines.
May 18, 2020 - Amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, the Indiana National Guard supported local agencies throughout the state to curb virus’s spread and serve during the time of need. The Guard's COVID-19 plans team stationed Stout Field in Indianapolis filled a critical component in organizing specialized teams while protecting the health and safety of soldiers and airmen serving on the frontlines.

The Indiana National Guard announces the commander for the 127th Cyber Protection Battalion. The unit’s nearly 100 guardsmen will provide mission command to a cyber-security company, cyber-warfare company and two cyber protection teams.
The Indiana National Guard announces the commander for the 127th Cyber Protection Battalion. The unit’s nearly 100 guardsmen will provide mission command to a cyber-security company, cyber-warfare company and two cyber protection teams.
May 14, 2020 - The Indiana National Guard announces the commander for the 127th Cyber Protection Battalion. The unit’s nearly 100 guardsmen will provide mission command to a cyber-security company, cyber-warfare company and two cyber protection teams.

Hoosier guardsman steps up for family, community amid pandemic
Pfc. Christopher Rodriguez, an Indiana National Guardsman with Alpha Company, 2nd Battalion, 151st Infantry Regiment in Gary, Indiana, directs traffic at a COVID-19 testing site at East Chicago High School, Indiana on May 5, 2020. Governor Eric Holcomb and Indiana University Richard M. Fairbanks School of Public Health aim to examine the prevalence of COVID-19 among Hoosiers through testing at multiple sites around the state. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Justin Andras)
May 12, 2020 - Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, Pfc. Christopher Rodriguez, an Indiana National Guardsman with Company A, 2nd Battalion, 151st Infantry Regiment in Gary, Indiana, faced some adversity of his own in March 2020. With the rising number of virus cases in the state and Governor Eric Holcomb's stay-at-home order, Rodriguez soon found himself without employment and wondered what was next for his family.

Hoosier citizen-soldiers trade in parachutes for sewing machines
Soldiers with the 338th Quartermaster Company make face masks in Columbus, Ind. May 1, 2020. This unique mission is part of the Indiana National Guard’s ongoing COVID-19 response. US Army photo by: Cpl. Hannah Clifton
May 12, 2020 - In the wake of the COVID-19 crisis, Indiana National Guard parachute riggers with the 338th Quartermaster Company executed a unique mission making protective face masks for fellow Hoosier Guardsmen.

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