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Three members of the Wisconsin National Guard marathon team earned a spot on the All-Guard Marathon Team during the National Guard Marathon Time Trials at the Omaha Marathon in September.
MADISON, Wis. — Wisconsin winters can bring beautiful snowfalls and great opportunities for outdoor recreation. They can also result in dangerously cold temperatures and icy conditions. To help encourage everyone to be prepared for the months ahead, Gov. Tony Evers has declared Nov. 9-13 Winter Awareness Week in Wisconsin.
More than 300 Wisconsin National Guard Citizen Soldiers and Airmen completed their mission supporting communities throughout the state, serving as poll workers for the November 3 election.
Wisconsin National Guard specimen collection teams gathered a record number of COVID-19 tests last week while supporting Wisconsin Department of Health Service’s efforts to expand the availability of COVID-19 testing across the state.
FORT MCCOY, Wis. – The Wisconsin National Guard’s newest officers and warrant officers officially joined the ranks during an Oct. 17 ceremony at the 426th Regiment (Regional Training Institute), which houses the Wisconsin Military Academy.
MADISON, Wis. — Gov. Tony Evers announced today that the Wisconsin National Guard will assist local election officials as poll workers for the November 3 election across Wisconsin.
MADISON, Wis. — Senior Wisconsin Army National Guard leaders joined family and friends at the Armed Forces Reserve Center in Madison, Wisconsin at an Oct. 27 sendoff ceremony for Detachment 1, 176th Cyber Protection Team.
A Wisconsin Army National Guard medical unit has shown great versatility, quickly transitioning from assisting since the early days of the state’s COVID-19 response to conducting annual training, and preparing for potential federal deployment overseas.
Wisconsin National Guard specimen collection teams gathered a record number of COVID-19 tests last week while supporting Wisconsin Department of Health Service’s efforts to expand the availability of COVID-19 testing across the state.
MADISON — Many Wisconsin National Guard members stepped into new roles over the last seven months as the Guard responded to multiple missions ranging from COVID-19 testing, augmenting law enforcement, to supporting local elections. While most members learned how to administer COVID-19 tests or handle ballots, Capt. David Schlador became proficient at cracking eggs and flipping pancakes.