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OSHKOSH, Wis. — A day of unique combat water survival and swift water rescue training was conducted in the waters […]
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CAMP DOUGLAS, Wis. – The Wisconsin Army National Guard’s 32nd “Red Arrow” Infantry Brigade Combat Team conducted a change of […]
MADISON, Wis. — Despite the many disruptions and plans canceled because of COVID-19, in-person exchanges between the Wisconsin National Guard […]
2021 will go down as one of the most historic years in Wisconsin National Guard history. After a 2020 dubbed […]
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.
Six decades ago, approximately 10,000 Wisconsin Army National Guard Soldiers answered the nation’s call as two global superpowers were locked in a Cold War showdown in the divided city of Berlin.
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.
On this day nearly four score years ago, Imperial Japan attacked Pearl Harbor, destroying most of the U.S. Navy’s Pacific Fleet, killing more than 2,300 service members and wounding at least 1,100 more. The next day, Congress declared war on Japan — which had that day launched a surprise attack on the Philippine Islands, garrisoned by U.S. troops led by Gen. Douglas MacArthur.
MILWAUKEE – A Red Arrow Soldier killed in action during World War II finally received a headstone during a Sept. 10 ceremony in Milwaukee 76 years after making the ultimate sacrifice for his country.
Approximately 150 Wisconsin Army National Guard Soldiers returned safely to U.S. soil over Labor Day weekend after a nearly year-long mobilization that spanned the Middle East and Afghanistan.