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Capt. Raymond Youngs of Joint Force Headquarters, New Hampshire National Guard, poses at University of Nebraska's Ed Weir Stadium following his May 2, 2021, Lincoln Marathon finish in Lincoln, Neb. Clements, state coordinator of a five-person NHNG Marathon Team, earned a spot on the All Guard Marathon Team with a time of 3:01:24 in the 26.2-mile event.
Running for Carter
By Staff Sgt. Charles Johnston | May 5, 2021
The 2021 New Hampshire National Guard Marathon Team trekked west to the Great Plains of Nebraska to race in the Lincoln Marathon on May 2. The team was missing one of its top athletes this year. Spc. Carter Schade, a motor...

Members of the Task Force Distribution team pose for a photo at the Concord warehouse, April 23, 2021. After a year of operations, Task Force Distribution has made over 30,000 deliveries consisting of 17,000 tons of personal protective equipment throughout the state of N.H. Photo by Pfc. Devin Bard, 114th Public Affairs Detachment.
First Class Distributors
By Pfc. Devin Bard, 114th Public Affairs Detachment | April 28, 2021
After more than a year of supporting the state’s national stockpile during the worst pandemic in modern history, the New Hampshire National Guard’s distribution mission is coming to an end. “We're getting to the point where...

Brothers Dylan and Ryan Martel serve together in the New Hampshire National Guard as specialists in the 3643d Brigade Support Battalion and the 744th Forward Support Company, respectively.
Brothers In Arms
By Staff Sgt. Victoria Nelson | April 10, 2021
Spc. Dylan Martel, a mechanic assigned to the 3643d Brigade Support Battalion, joined the New Hampshire Army National Guard to serve his country and do something meaningful. He enlisted through a split training option his...

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This multi-day training event is one of several exercises scheduled around the state this year designed to test Guard members, emergency management personnel and, first responder's ability to work together during natural and man-made disasters quickly.
63rd Civil Support Team trains with City of Altus
By Anthony Jones, | May 7, 2021
Members of the Oklahoma National Guard’s 63rd Civil Support Team partnered with first responders and emergency personnel from the City of Altus for a 72-hour field exercise, May 4-6...

The 167th and 166th Airlift Wings partnered together to conduct a joint cargo loading exercise as part of the 166th's home station operational readiness exercise on May 3 at New Castle Air National Guard Base, Delaware.
Delaware, West Virginia Air Guard units team up for training
By Stacy Gault, | May 7, 2021
NEW CASTLE, Del. — The key to any airlift mission is safely and effectively loading and unloading the cargo, regardless of the type of aircraft. The 167th and 166th Airlift Wings partnered together to conduct a joint cargo...

Maj. Amanda Schmid, a helicopter pilot and full-time administrative officer with the Nebraska Army National Guard's 1-376th Aviation Battalion, runs the Lincoln half-marathon in Nebraska, May 2, 2021. This is the second time Schmid has run in the marathon while pregnant.
Guard marathoners compete while expecting
By Senior Airman Jamie Titus, | May 7, 2021
LINCOLN, Neb. – Serving in the National Guard, raising a family, and keeping up a marathon training regimen would be a lot to manage under normal circumstances. Still, two women in the ranks have managed to do all of the...