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This month the Wisconsin Air National Guard’s 115th Fighter Wing marks its 70th birthday, celebrating the pillars of its past and building the foundations of its future.
Approximately 25 Wisconsin Army National Guard Soldiers continue to foster relationships with allied nations in the Middle East.
The Wisconsin National Guard supports our nation’s federal mission overseas as well as domestic emergencies in Wisconsin and — as seen in the aftermath of Hurricane Michael and Hurricane Florence — across the nation.
As technology advances, our homes are becoming more connected. Mobile devices, TVs and even many new appliances are now incorporating wireless technologies into their normal operations. During Cyber Security Awareness Month, it’s important to consider ways to make sure your home network and the devices that are connected to it are protected.
Gov. Scott Walker and First Lady Tonette Walker once again invite family members of Wisconsin service members to send a holiday ornament dedicated to their loved one for this year’s “Tribute to our Troops” holiday tree at the executive residence.
A team of 12 Wisconsin Army National Guard Soldiers are headed to Florida to conduct relief operations in support of civil authorities in response to Hurricane Michael.
MADISON, Wis. – From paying bills to interacting with friends, online accounts have become a crucial part of our lives. October is Cyber Security Awareness Month in Wisconsin, and it’s a good time to secure those accounts.
GEORGETOWN, S.C. — Wisconsin National Guard public affairs broadcasters and photojournalists spent a week in South Carolina providing coverage of the flooding aftermath of Hurricane Florence from Sept. 23-30.
MADISON, Wis. — The increasing online connectivity of many aspects of our lives has made everything from paying bills to controlling the temperature in our homes easier to manage. However, it has also opened new ways for criminals to target victims. To help encourage people to be vigilant and to learn how they can act to protect themselves online, Gov. Scott Walker has declared October Cyber Security Awareness Month in Wisconsin.
Maj. Gen. Don Dunbar, Wisconsin’s adjutant general, offered a statement about retired Wisconsin Air National Guard Col. Ken Sweet, who died Sept. 27 at the age of 96.