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VOLK FIELD, Wis. — Approximately 150 Wisconsin Army National Guard Soldiers in the 829th Engineer Company, based in Spooner and Ashland, Wis., returned to Wisconsin Sept. 24 from a nearly 12-month deployment supporting an Indiana National Guard engineer battalion in Afghanistan and the Middle East.
SPOONER, Wis. — Gov. Tony Evers and senior Wisconsin National Guard leaders joined families and friends at a formal sendoff ceremony Oct. 19 for approximately 150 Soldiers of the 829th Engineer Company, located in Spooner and Ashland.
BALSAM LAKE, Wis. — Gov. Tony Evers and senior Wisconsin National Guard leaders recognized Wisconsin National Guardsmen wrapping up three weeks of storm recovery operations in northern Wisconsin.
BALSAM LAKE, Wis. — Elements of the Wisconsin Army and Air National Guard mobilized to Polk, Barron, and Langlade counties following the severe weather that struck the area July 19-20 are on the verge of completing their assigned debris clearance missions in those counties.
COMSTOCK, Wis. — More than 100 Soldiers and Airmen from the Wisconsin Army and Air National Guard remain on duty in Polk, Barron, and Langlade Counties assisting civil authorities in the aftermath of intense storms that cut a swath of destruction across northern Wisconsin July 20-21.
A team of five Soldiers from the Wisconsin Army National Guard competed in the Chief of the National Guard Bureau Biathlon Championships in Soldier Hollow, Utah earlier this month.
Wisconsin Army National Guard units continued construction on the Mosinee Athletic Complex — classified as an innovative readiness training project — July 17 for the third year as part of their annual training.
After massive rains and flooding in northern Wisconsin last July, the National Guard responded. For the next two months, Wisconsin Army and Air National Guard troops provided debris removal, road clearance, road safety and damage assessments, and repairs to key infrastructure throughout the region.
ASHLAND, Wis. – Like many residents of northwest Wisconsin, Shawn Sederholm, a chief warrant officer three in the Wisconsin Army National Guard, awoke the morning of July 12 stranded by floodwaters.
Recovery and repair efforts continue in northwest Wisconsin with the assistance of more than 70 members of the Wisconsin National Guard who have been called to state active duty to assist local agencies in areas that were affected by major flooding and damaging winds last month.