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Col. Todd Nehls of the Wisconsin Army National Guard had just completed a year-long tour of duty for the National Guard Bureau, to be the Wisconsin National Guard’s subject matter expert on terrorism, shortly before the Sept. 11 terror attacks.
Eight Soldiers from the Wisconsin Army National Guard’s 112th Mobile Public Affairs Detachment returned safely to Wisconsin Jan 19 after a nine-month deployment to U.S. Naval Station Guantanamo in Cuba.
As families gather ‘round the fireside to sing carols and share holiday cheer this year, hundreds of Soldiers and Airmen from the Wisconsin National Guard are spending their holidays standing watch around the globe, away from their own families, ensuring peace here at home.
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. — Eight members of the Wisconsin Army National Guard’s 112th Mobile Public Affairs Detachment (MPAD) are deploying to U.S. Naval Station Guantanamo Bay to support Joint Task Force Guantanamo’s public affairs mission. Senior Wisconsin National Guard leaders joined families and friends to bid the deploying Soldiers farewell at a formal sendoff ceremony March 30.
MADISON, Wis. — A team of public affairs Soldiers from the Wisconsin Army National Guard’s 112th Mobile Public Affairs Detachment will deploy to U.S. Naval Station Guantanamo in Cuba this spring.
A team of three Soldiers with the Wisconsin National Guard's 112th Mobile Public Affairs Detachment deployed to Florida Thursday in response to Hurricane Irma, just two weeks after returning from Korea where they participated in a major international exercise.
As the nation marked the 16th anniversary of the terror attacks in New York City, the Pentagon and Shanksville, Pennsylvania, more than 2,500 Wisconsin National Guard troops began loading up into military trucks or aircraft — en route to Florida to assist the ongoing Hurricane Irma relief efforts there.
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.
Seven companies from the Wisconsin Army National Guard's most diverse battalion came together at Volk Field in Camp Douglas, Wisconsin, for a rare weekend of combined training Oct. 17-19.On the surface, the 641st Troop Command Battalion is made up of individual units with seemingly little connection. The battalion includes units like the 112th Mobile Public Affairs Detachment, the 135th Medical Company, the 273rd Engineer Company, the 132nd Army Band, the 457th Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Company, the 1967th Contingency Contracting Team and its battalion headquarters company.