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Thursday, July 6, 2017/Author: Staff Sgt. Jeremiah Runser/Number of views (5047)/Comments (0)/
Indiana National Guard promote Martinsville resident to brigadier general

Indiana National Guard promote Martinsville resident to brigadier general

The Indiana National Guard promoted Col. Tim Thombleson to brigadier general

The Indiana National Guard promoted Col. Tim Thombleson to brigadier general during a ceremony at the Johnson County Armory in Franklin on Sunday.

 

With this promotion, Thombleson was named assistant adjutant general and will work alongside Maj. Gen. Courtney P. Carr, who leads approximately 14,000 service members across the Hoosier State.

Wednesday, September 20, 2017/Author: Master Sgt. Jeffrey Lowry/Number of views (4011)/Comments (0)/
Indiana National Guard departs for Florida, set to assist with Hurricane Irma response

Indiana National Guard departs for Florida, set to assist with Hurricane Irma response

INDIANAPOLIS - Governor Holcomb has authorized the Indiana National Guard to mobilize and deploy to Florida this weekend. The 38th Infantry Division, based out of Indianapolis, and a team from the 181st Intelligence Wing, based out of Terre Haute, are fully engaged with local, state and federal authorities to assist with life-saving and life-sustaining efforts in Florida as Hurricane Irma closes in on the coastline. 
Sunday, September 10, 2017/Author: Indiana Guardsman/Number of views (14888)/Comments (0)/
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Monday, August 28, 2017/Author: Master Sgt. Jeff Lowry/Number of views (391)/Comments (0)/
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Monday, August 28, 2017/Author: Master Sgt. Jeff Lowry/Number of views (3430)/Comments (0)/
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Hoosiers, Nigeriens establish foundation

Hoosiers, Nigeriens establish foundation

INDIANAPOLIS – The Indiana National Guard hosted its Nigerien partners from the Ministry of Defense for a three-day seminar, August 11 through 13.

Tuesday, August 15, 2017/Author: Lasima Packett/Number of views (711)/Comments (0)/
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Army aviation key to checkmate enemy

Army aviation key to checkmate enemy

So, you’re a light infantry brigade and you’re facing an opposing force. You have more troops then they do, but they have tanks and mechanized infantry. You, being a light infantry brigade, do not. You have a few Stryker armored vehicles, and light infantry with vehicle-mounted and man-portable, anti-tank missiles — man-portable being a loose definition since a Javelin system weighs 50 pounds with a single missile.

Monday, August 7, 2017/Author: Sgt. 1st Class David Bruce/Number of views (712)/Comments (0)/
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Sustainers keep Nighthawks’ bellies full

Sustainers keep Nighthawks’ bellies full

FORT POLK, La. — “An army marches on its stomach” is a quote attributed to Napoleon Bonaparte. 
Monday, July 31, 2017/Author: Master Sgt. Jeff Lowry/Number of views (1087)/Comments (0)/
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On the record with the 76th Infantry Brigade Combat Team at JRTC

By Master Sgt. Brad Staggs, 38th Infantry Division Public Affairs

FORT POLK, La. – The Indiana National Guard’s 76th Infantry Brigade Combat Team is spending the latter part of July and first part of August at the Joint Readiness Training Center in central Louisiana.

 

More than 6,000 personnel make up the training contingency that Col. Robert D. Burke, commander of the 76th, and Command Sgt. Major Steven J. Bishop are responsible for. The 38th Infantry Division public affairs team sat down with them in a small one-room chapel on Forward Operating Base Warrior to talk about what it’s taken to get the Indiana-based unit to this point in their training.

Monday, July 24, 2017/Author: Master Sgt. Brad Staggs/Number of views (168)/Comments (0)/
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Camp Atterbury railhead mission improves efficiency, provides training opportunity

Camp Atterbury railhead mission improves efficiency, provides training opportunity

INDIANAPOLIS (July 10, 2017) — Over 100 soldiers supported the 76th Infantry Brigade Combat Team’s transition from the Camp Atterbury railhead facility to Fort Polk, Louisiana over the course of three days.
Sunday, July 9, 2017/Author: Staff Sgt. Jeremiah Runser/Number of views (2887)/Comments (0)/
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