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221014-Z-PV458-0003 - Staff Sgt. Amber Peck
The 829th Engineer Vertical Construction Company (EVCC) out of Ashland and Spooner, Wisconsin was awarded the Chief of Staff Army […]
Two Wisconsin Army National Guard units recently played supporting roles in African Lion 22, U.S. African Command’s largest premier joint […]
FORT MEADE, Md. – Wisconsin Army National Guard Soldiers from Detachment 1, 176th Cyber Protection Team completed their mobilization to […]
Approximately 150 Soldiers from the 107th Maintenance Company are representing the Wisconsin Army National Guard proudly at the midway point […]
The Wisconsin National Guard gained 12 officers and six warrant officers during an Oct. 16 ceremony at the 426th Regiment (Regional Training Institute), which houses the Wisconsin Military Academy.
A delegation of Wisconsin Army National Guard Soldiers including (from left) Maj. Steve Harteau, Command Sgt. Maj. John Dietzler, Col. Raymond Ripberger, and Lt. Col. Derrek Schultheiss visit the Kokoda Trail in Papua New Guinea in July 2021. The Wisconsin National Guard began a new partnership with Papua New Guinea in 2020 as part of the State Partnership Program. Submitted photo
The Wisconsin National Guard entered into a new partnership with Papua New Guinea as part of the State Partnership Program in 2020, and despite a global pandemic and long travel distances, the relationship has only continued to blossom.
Wisconsin Army National Guard Staff Sgt. Levi T. Parker received the Maj. Richard I. Bong Award at a Breakfast with the Boss event hosted by Wisconsin Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve in September.
Wisconsin Army National Guard 2nd Lt. Michelle Tadych had a very important mission to conduct when she was assigned to Nicaragua for three months this summer through the National Guard’s State Partnership Program.
Col. Pulvermacher is pinned with his new rank of Brig. Gen. by his wife, Doris, and his first active duty squad leader, Sgt. 1st Class Retired Robert “Sam” Nation during a Sept. 24 ceremony at the Wisconsin State Capitol in Madison, Wis. Pulvermacher was promoted to brigadier general and will assume the role of Deputy Director of Acquisitions for the National Guard Bureau.
Brig. Gen. Daniel Pulvermacher, former U.S. Property and Fiscal Officer for the state, was promoted from colonel to the rank of brigadier general in a ceremony held Sept. 24, 2021, at the Senate Chamber within the Wisconsin State Capitol building.
Soldiers that left Wisconsin in mid-August to support California and Washington with firefighting operations continue to battle wildfires, and their mission will continue through mid-September.