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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.
Capt. Alicia Dorsett is no stranger when it comes to making history and breaking barriers in the Wisconsin National Guard.
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A Wisconsin Army National Guard officer that mobilized eight times in the past year in response to civil unrest while simultaneously volunteering for a number of community organizations and working for her church received the prestigious 1st Lt. Thomas E. Wortham IV Award during a June 28 ceremony in Milwaukee.
CAMP DOUGLAS, Wis. — Two retired Soldiers and a retired adjutant general received one of the Wisconsin National Guard’s highest honors while the organization simultaneously paid homage to a current group of outstanding Soldiers and Airmen during a Sept. 5 awards banquet at Volk Field.
CAMP DOUGLAS, Wis. — Wisconsin National Guard Soldiers and Airmen past and present will be honored at an awards ceremony at a 7 p.m. ceremony at Volk Field Thursday, Sept. 5.
A Wisconsin Army National Guard officer was among just 30 officers across the Army to receive the prestigious General Douglas MacArthur Leadership Award for 2019.
MILWAUKEE — One hundred years ago, the 121st Field Artillery returned from France after the end of World War I.
FORT BLISS, Texas — For approximately nine months, the Wisconsin Army National Guard’s 1st Battalion, 121st Field Artillery operated in 15 locations across six countries in the Middle East conducting general support fire missions and working with High Mobility Artillery Rocket System (HIMARS) units from military partners to build joint readiness.
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.
FORT BLISS, Texas — Members of the Wisconsin Army National Guard’s 1st Battalion, 121st Field Artillery demonstrated their readiness to deploy during a July 21 live-fire exercise, culminating nearly two weeks of pre-deployment training.