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BLOOMER, Wis. — Maj. Jared Siverling, currently an operations officer with the Wisconsin Army National Guard’s 64th Troop Command, was enjoying a small gathering at a local restaurant four months ago to celebrate returning from a deployment to the Middle East as part of the 26-member 157th Military Engagement Team, building partner capacity with ally nations in the Middle East. He was surprised when his friend Justin Clark, who lives an hour away, showed up.
MADISON, Wis. — As the people of Wisconsin, businesses and local governments continue looking for new ways to fight potential cyber attacks, collaboration remains one of the best tools available to combat the threat. That was a recurring message on display at Wisconsin’s seventh Annual Governor’s Cybersecurity Summit, held this past Monday on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus.
MADISON, Wis. — If a recent exercise is any indication, the Wisconsin Department of Military Affairs could maintain operations for several days without issue in the event of a power grid failure.
FORT POLK, La. — The nearly 400 Red Arrow Soldiers of the 1st Battalion, 128th Infantry have fully integrated into their role as “guardian angels” for the Army’s 3rd Security Force Assistance Brigade — or SFAB — during their train-up prior to deploying to Afghanistan.
STEVENS POINT, Wis. — Wisconsin emergency managers from across the state gathered in Stevens Point last week for the 10th Annual Wisconsin Emergency Management Association (WEMA) Conference to discuss best practices for keeping the citizens of Wisconsin safe.
Capt. Bradley Kelly of Tomah, Wisconsin received the Theodore Roosevelt Leadership Award earlier this month in Denver during the National Guard Association of the United States annual conference.
Approximately 150 Soldiers from the Wisconsin Army National Guard’s 829th Engineer Company are deploying to the Middle East this fall.
MADISON, Wis. — When a disaster strikes, every member of the family should know how to remain safe — including children. September is Preparedness Month, and ReadyWisconsin encourages everyone to make sure the children in their life know what to do during an emergency.
As the annual fall hunting seasons begin in earnest, Wisconsin National Guard and Volk Combat Readiness Training Center officials are reminding hunters that public access to the Hardwood Range complex and its associated property is no longer permitted.
MADISON, Wis. — The attacks of Sept. 11, 2001 were a watershed moment in our nation’s history that forever changed the nation, its military, and the Wisconsin National Guard.