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Thirty-one children of Wisconsin National Guard members forged closer ties in the cold and snow of Hannah Venture Base in […]
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MAPLE BLUFF, Wis. — After COVID-19 led to a two-year pause in public tours, the public will once again be […]
Chief Warrant Officer 3 Aaron Hunnel, the health and wellness program manager for the Wisconsin National Guard, will bike 3,100 miles from Oceanside, California to Annapolis, Maryland for his “Ride 2 Stop Suicide” starting September 11, 2021.
The Wisconsin National Guard announced that registration is open for the 24th year of its annual Youth Camp in July 2017.
With the impending implementation of the military’s blended retirement system, Wisconsin’s Service Member Support Division is adding full-time personal financial consultants as liaisons to the new system.
A team of peer reviewers visited the Badger State April 12-16 as part of a national accreditation process for the Wisconsin National Guard's family programs.Volunteers from the Council on Accreditation visited National Guard sites around the state to assess various programs housed under the National Guard's Service Member Support Division. The peer reviewers' findings will go into a final accreditation report issued by the Council on Accreditation, which will determine if the organization meets national accreditation standards. That report will likely be available in early May.