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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.
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.
SPARTA, Wis. — Wisconsin National Guard warrant officer candidates with the Wisconsin Military Academy’s class 20-001 and local volunteers organized and carried out a community construction project for the city of Sparta last month.
FORT MCCOY, Wis. — The Wisconsin National Guard’s Comprehensive Health and Wellness course at Fort McCoy is helping transform Soldiers and Airmen and promote readiness for the Guard’s state and federal mission.
FORT CAMPBELL, Ky. — To further hone its combat capabilities, the Wisconsin Army National Guard’s 157th Maneuver Enhancement Brigade (MEB) — also known as the “Iron Brigade” — worked alongside the 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) Oct. 1-10 for its third Warfighter exercise of the year.
FORT MCCOY, Wis. — The Wisconsin Army National Guard’s 426th Regional Training Institute (RTI) at Fort McCoy continues to establish itself as one of the Army’s premier training centers for field artillery.
The unit responsible for churning out the Wisconsin Army National Guard’s future officers, warrant officers, field artillery experts and resilience trainers got a new commanding officer March 2.
FORT MCCOY, Wis. — The 426th Regiment Regional Training Institute (RTI) commissioned 13 new Wisconsin Army National Guard officers and seven warrant officers in a ceremony at the Wisconsin Military Academy Oct. 13, marking the institution’s latest contribution to the state’s military readiness.
From the beaches of Normandy and the cliffs of Pointe du Hoc to the burning sands of the Middle East, the steaming jungles of Vietnam or the icy chill of Valley Forge, the Army has gone rolling along for 243 years.
FORT MCCOY, Wis. — Before sunrise tomorrow morning, 14 Wisconsin Army National Guard Soldiers will take part in the opening events of a grueling three-day gauntlet that is the Best Warrior Competition. The demanding competition will measure each Soldier’s physical fitness and stamina, marksmanship, land navigation, Soldier skills, military bearing and composure.