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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.

 

Indiana National Guard soldiers, airmen conduct search and rescue training
An Indiana National Guard UH-60 Black Hawk pilot conducts pre-flight checks before a combat search and rescue training exercise in Miami County, Indiana on June 18, 2020. The mock scenario utilized a UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter from the Gary Army Aviation Support Facility and multiple A-10C Thunderbolt II fighter jets from the 122nd Fighter Wing, Fort Wayne to prepare guardsmen for the safe retrieval of personnel from a downed aircraft inside hostile territory. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Justin Andras)
July 1, 2020 - Indiana National Guard soldiers and airmen brought together their respective aircraft to hone their search and rescue skills during a training exercise over Miami County, Thursday, June 18.

Soldiers help facilitate Fairbanks study, wave two
Indiana National Guardsmen assist Indiana University researchers and the Indiana State Department of Health with the second wave of the IU Fairbanks COVID-19 study, Wednesday, June 3, 2020. Hoosier Guardsmen first assisted with Indiana State Department and the university's Richard M. Fairbanks School of Public Health, located in Indianapolis, during the study’s initial launch. The data gathered from the study is integral to Gov. Eric Holcomb's
June 22, 2020 - Indiana National Guardsmen are again assisting Indiana University researchers and the Indiana State Department of Health with the second wave of a COVID-19 study.

Indiana National Guard medics maintain readiness amidst COVID-19
An Indiana Army National Guard medic administers medical care on a patient simulator at the Medical Simulation Training Center at Camp Atterbury, Indiana, May 21, 2020. Despite rigorous missions across the state in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, these Guard members continued to maintain combat readiness by practicing combat-related medical care. (U.S. Army photo by Cpl. Hannah Clifton)
June 16, 2020 - Throughout the COVID-19 response, Indiana National Guard soldiers and airmen have been serving the Hoosier citizens. Despite rigorous missions across the state, these Guardsmen continued to maintain combat readiness by practicing combat-related medical care.

Medics jump into action to help burn victim
Spc. Yoonho Lee, Cpl. Luisa kolb and Cpl. Ethan Collins, combat medics with 215th Area Support Medical Company, 81st Troop Command from Franklin, Indiana receive the Army Achievement Medal for administering aid to a chef at Second Helpings, a community kitchen in Indianapolis. All three medics felt their quick response was nothing extraordinary and credit one thing they all share— their military training. (Photo by Army National Guard Spc. Joshua Syberg)
June 16, 2020 - Mike started his day like every other day in the normal fashion by buttoning up his black chefs jacket, getting his matching hat on, tying up the usual white sneakers and heading to work at Second Helpings, which provides more than 90 local nonprofit agencies more than 1 million meals each year.

Hoosier Guardsmen support local civil authorities in nation’s capital
Indiana National Guard soldiers assigned to Task Force Indiana assist local law enforcement officials near the White House in Washington D.C. on June 4, 2020. The Soldiers assigned to TF Indiana were deployed to the National Capitol Region to support civil authorities in protecting life and property while balancing the right to peacefully protest.
June 16, 2020 - Last week, the Indiana National Guard deployed approximately 400 soldiers to Washington in support of local law enforcement and crisis management efforts. Communities around the country took to the streets in an explosion of frustration regarding racial divisions that still plague America. Citizens of all ethnic backgrounds expressed their constitutional rights of freedom of speech and the right to peaceful assembly.

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Soldiers at Camp Atterbury performing demolition exercises
Soldiers performing urban operations at Muscatatuck Urban Training Center
A10s on the flighline with sunset
Soldiers performing intel operations
Soldier shouldering a guided missile launcher

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Indiana Air Range Complex

Indiana Intelligence Center

Regional Training Institute

 

 

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