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2015 was a busy year for the Wisconsin Army National Guard, and the men and women of the Guard once again answered the call to provide a ready and effective force both here at home and abroad.
The Wisconsin Army National Guard takes environmental stewardship seriously - so seriously that the state Department of Natural Resources recently accepted the organization into its Green Tier program, which holds participants to a higher standard of environmental compliance.According to Capt. Nathan Olson, environmental branch chief for the Wisconsin Army National Guard, the DNR approached the Guard about joining the program.
The first two waves of returning Soldiers from the West Bend, Wisconsin-based 2nd Battalion, 135th Aviation are now back safely in the United States after a seven-month mobilization to Kuwait.More than half of the unit returned to Fort Hood, Texas, Dec. 12-14, with the remainder to return at a later date yet to be determined.