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Good Luck!Two Utah Army National Guard Soldiers represent Region VII at the Army National Guard Best Warrior Competion t...
07/20/2021

Good Luck!

Two Utah Army National Guard Soldiers represent Region VII at the Army National Guard Best Warrior Competion this week in Arizona.

We are hosting the 2021 Army National Guard Best Warrior Competition!

Like and follow the page linked below for event coverage going on July 19-23 at Camp Navajo Military Reservation, Arizona. Join us as 13 Soldiers from 10 states put their tactical and technical expertise to the test for a chance to compete in the Department of the Army Best Warrior Competition later this year.

https://www.facebook.com/arngbestwarrior/

Soldiers from the Utah National Guard joined the American Legion, Spanish Fork area youth groups and the local community...
07/20/2021

Soldiers from the Utah National Guard joined the American Legion, Spanish Fork area youth groups and the local community for the 22nd Annual Flag Retirement Ceremony and Military Tribute at the Spanish Fork Fairgrounds July, 15, 2021. The Soldiers and community provided a dignified retirement for hundreds of American flags.

Congress has authorized that flags worn beyond repair to be destroyed, preferably by fire, in a dignified manner showing respect and reverence.

#MissionElevated

Hundreds of National Guard Soldiers and Airmen from throughout the nation along with interagency partners from all level...
07/11/2021
Cyber Shield 21 Commences with a Hybrid Inter-Agency Training Environment

Hundreds of National Guard Soldiers and Airmen from throughout the nation along with interagency partners from all levels of government participate in Cyber Shield, the nation’s premiere unclassified cyber training exercise, from July 10-24, 2021, with key staff at Camp Williams, Utah.

“Cyber Shield is special because it integrates all levels of government and utilities, high-tech industry, law enforcement and other partners,” said Air Force Maj. Gen. Richard Neely, adjutant general of the Illinois National Guard and a master cyberspace officer.

#AlwaysReady #AlwaysThere

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Cyber Shield 21 brings together more than 750 of the nation’s top cyber defense professionals from National Guard Soldiers and Airmen to various industry partners in a hybrid in-person and online environment, with the majority of participants attending the event virtually from all over the United ...

The Utah National Guard’s Tactical Unmanned Aircraft Systems Platoon, Group Special Troops Company, 19th Special Forces ...
07/09/2021
19th Special Forces Group (Airborne) holds Redeployment Ceremony Tactical Unmanned Aerial

The Utah National Guard’s Tactical Unmanned Aircraft Systems Platoon, Group Special Troops Company, 19th Special Forces Group (Airborne) held a redeployment ceremony and presented awards to their Soldiers at Camp Williams, Utah, June 24, 2021.

“You provided a capability that is absolutely invaluable; something incredibly important to senior decision makers. The service you provided undoubtedly saved lives,” said Brig. Gen. Tyler B. Smith, the assistant adjutant general of the Utah National Guard.

Read More:

https://ut.ng.mil/Site-Management/News-Article-View/Article/2680529/19th-special-forces-group-airborne-holds-redeployment-ceremony-tactical-unmanne/

A redeployment ceremony was held for the Tactical Unmanned Aerial System (TUAS) Platoon, 19th Special Forces Group (Airborne), at the Aaron Butler Readiness Center, Camp Williams, Utah, June 24, 2021.

One of our most important partnerships is with the employers of our service members whose support helps us train and def...
07/08/2021
Civilian employers spend a day in their guardsmen’s boots

One of our most important partnerships is with the employers of our service members whose support helps us train and defend our nation.

The Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve, Utah committee, recently held a Boss Lift hosted by the 635th Military Police Battalion, 204th Maneuver Enhancement Brigade, to give employers a taste of military training of their reserve-component employees.

“The employers of our Soldiers are critical to our success,” said Maj. Adam Sherman, executive officer of the 625th Military Police Battalion. “Their support of their employees as they serve the country and the National Guard is critical to how we facilitate our mission.”

Read More:

https://ut.ng.mil/Site-Management/News-Article-View/Article/2676930/civilian-employers-spend-a-day-in-their-guardsmens-boots/

To help employers understand what it means to be a reserve-component service member, the Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve sponsors Boss Lifts to bring bosses to see the training that their

Congratulations and thank you for the hard work!Soldiers and Airmen who were a part of the Utah National Guard COVID-19 ...
07/07/2021

Congratulations and thank you for the hard work!

Soldiers and Airmen who were a part of the Utah National Guard COVID-19 Mobile Testing Team receive certificates of achievement from the Utah Department of Health for going above and beyond during their service working with state agencies over the last year.

Last month, approximately 140 Airmen and Soldiers serving as part of the Utah National Guard COVID-19 Response Task Force demobilized as the need for pandemic support has decreased statewide.

#MissionElevated #AlwaysReady #AlwaysThere

Congratulations and thank you for the hard work!

Soldiers and Airmen who were a part of the Utah National Guard COVID-19 Mobile Testing Team receive certificates of achievement from the Utah Department of Health for going above and beyond during their service working with state agencies over the last year.

Last month, approximately 140 Airmen and Soldiers serving as part of the Utah National Guard COVID-19 Response Task Force demobilized as the need for pandemic support has decreased statewide.

#MissionElevated #AlwaysReady #AlwaysThere

Congratulations to the Puro sisters, the 2021 Freedom Award recipients honored at Stadium of Fire at Lavell Edwards Stad...
07/06/2021

Congratulations to the Puro sisters, the 2021 Freedom Award recipients honored at Stadium of Fire at Lavell Edwards Stadium, Provo, Utah, July 3, 2021.

The five sisters, Tiara, Tambra, Tyva and twins Ty’lene and Taryn currently serve in the military with decorated careers in the Army and Air National Guard, Air Force and Navy. And two of them, Tambra and Ty’lene are members of the Utah Army National Guard!

#MissionElevated

07/04/2021
Independence Day

Happy Independence Day!

The Utah National Guard wishes its service members, employees, families and friends a happy and safe weekend as we celebrate America’s birth and honor those who developed and adopted the Declaration of Independence 245 years ago.

Today, our Utah National Guard Soldiers and Airmen carry the patriotism and ideals of the Founders with them as they serve in harm’s way.

The Utan National Guard remains committed to the ideals of the Declaration of Independence; ideas that are unique and exceptional in recorded human history.

Photos from Utah National Guard Sexual Assault Prevention Response Program's post
07/02/2021

Photos from Utah National Guard Sexual Assault Prevention Response Program's post

The Utah National Guard has been Morocco’s partner state in the DOD State Partnership Program since 2003. Both countries...
06/30/2021
Humanitarian efforts strengthen Utah-Morocco partnership

The Utah National Guard has been Morocco’s partner state in the DOD State Partnership Program since 2003. Both countries have worked together cooperatively in over 170 engagements to date and look forward to many more in the future.

Approximately 260 Soldiers and Airmen from the Utah Army and Air National Guard recently deployed to Morocco and participated in the military exercise African Lion June 7-18, 2021, further strengthening the Utah-Morocco partnership.

TAFAROUTE, Morocco – Gen. Belkhir El Farouk, the Royal Moroccan Armed Forces Southern Zone commander, welcomed Utah National Guard leaders to the humanitarian civic assistance portion of Exercise

06/29/2021

It takes a skilled and diverse force to maintain the edge on the modern battlefield. During the month of June, the Utah National Guard recognizes our LGBTQ+ service members and celebrates Pride Month.

Pride Month brings the LGBTQ+ community together with its families, friends and allies to take pride in themselves and their many achievements. Throughout history, brave LGTBQ+ service members and civilians have served and fought for our nation.

Visit our website, ut.ng.mil, to learn more about the LGBTQ+ service members protecting our country and who are serving proudly and selflessly in the Utah National Guard.

Earlier in the month, local reporters were treated to a taste of Army life while embedded with the 145th Field Artillery...
06/26/2021
Redlegs for a Day: 145th Field Artillery gives local journalists a taste of Army life

Earlier in the month, local reporters were treated to a taste of Army life while embedded with the 145th Field Artillery Battalion during their annual training at Dugway Proving Ground.

“I spent over 10 years in the Army as an infantryman and artilleryman,” said Thor Fiedler, a photojournalist with Fox 13 Utah. “The opportunity to come out here and tell this story is great for me, it really brings me back and reminds me how much I miss the service.”

Read more:

https://ut.ng.mil/Site-Management/News-Article-View/Article/2670641/redlegs-for-a-day-145th-field-artillery-gives-local-journalists-a-taste-of-army/

Spending two weeks in the blistering sun of the Utah desert is nothing new for the Soldiers of the 145th Field Artillery Battalion. Nearly every single year, the thundering booms of paladins and the

Farewell Command Sgt. Maj. Jason Legler, and thank you for your 33 years of service!
06/26/2021

Farewell Command Sgt. Maj. Jason Legler, and thank you for your 33 years of service!

06/25/2021
COVID-19 Task Force Demobilizes

“These Soldiers have served us well," said Master Sgt. Derek McWain, noncommissioned officer in charge of the demobilization. “We were activated because there was a need. This was military support to civilian operations.”

After serving their state and communities for over a year, approximately 140 Airmen and Soldiers serving as part of the Utah National Guard COVID-19 Response Task Force demobilized June 15, 2021, at the 640th Regiment, Regional Training Institute at Camp Williams, Utah.

#MissionElevated #AlwaysReady #AlwaysThere

Happy 100th birthday to Nell Stevenson Bright, one of the few surviving women who served in the Women Airforce Service P...
06/21/2021

Happy 100th birthday to Nell Stevenson Bright, one of the few surviving women who served in the Women Airforce Service Pilots program during WWII.

The WASP program was formed to train female pilots to test and ferry military aircraft. More than 25,000 women applied to the program and only 1,074 earned silver wings from the Army Air Corp.

Nell flew 17 different aircraft during her time as a WASP to include the B-25 and P-47. Not only was she a pioneer in female aviation, but Nell was a pioneer for female military aviation as well.

For her birthday yesterday, Governor Spencer Cox declared June 20, 2021, as Nell Stevenson Bright Day in Utah and she was presented the declaration by Lt. Gov. Deidre Henderson.

Thank you Nell for your service!

The Utah National Guard is pleased to announce the 59th annual Freedom Academy, to be held at Camp W.G. Williams from Au...
06/21/2021

The Utah National Guard is pleased to announce the 59th annual Freedom Academy, to be held at Camp W.G. Williams from Aug. 1-6, 2021.

Freedom Academy is for upcoming high school seniors and promotes the ideals and principles of the United States of America, a sense of patriotism, and motivation to actively participate in preserving our freedom. Students are exposed to prominent Utah government, business and military leaders, receiving hands-on experience with them, and the tools of their trades. The program presents a balanced curriculum designed to serve the academic, social and recreational needs of the delegates.

We invite members of the Utah Army and Air National Guard to nominate their children or youth they believe are good candidates to attend. We invite all youth who are leaders in their organizations, schools, and communities and any who have a passion to learn about their freedoms.

For a registration form go to:
https://ut.ng.mil/Portals/40/Delegate%20Registration%202020.pdf

Send complete forms to [email protected] by July 2, 2021. A complete information packet will be mailed to the delegate once their name(s) are received.

06/19/2021
Juneteenth.mp4

Today we celebrate #Junteenth, also known as Freedom Day, the oldest commemoration of the end of slavery in the United States.

Utah and Moroccan paratroopers jump, exchange wings during #AfricanLion21.Approximately 90 U.S. Army Paratroopers and 15...
06/18/2021
Utah and Moroccan Paratroopers Jump, Exchange Wings

Utah and Moroccan paratroopers jump, exchange wings during #AfricanLion21.

Approximately 90 U.S. Army Paratroopers and 15 Royal Moroccan Army Paratroopers participated in a combined airborne operation near Ben Guerir Airbase, Morocco, June 10, 2021.

African Lion is U.S. Africa Command (AFRICOM) largest, premier, joint, annual exercise hosted by Morocco, Tunisia, and Senegal, June 7-18.

Read More:

https://ut.ng.mil/Site-Management/News-Article-View/Article/2663325/utah-and-moroccan-paratroopers-jump-exchange-wings/

Approximately 90 U.S. Army Paratroopers and 15 Royal Moroccan Army Paratroopers participated in a joint airborne operation near Ben Guerir Airbase, Morocco, June 10, 2021.

06/17/2021
145th Field Artillery Battalion

Utah employers and bosses were treated to a taste of Army life during a Boss Lift with the 145th Field Artillery Battalion, 65th Field Artillery Brigade at Dugway Proving Ground, Utah, June 9, 2021.

The Boss Lift gives a chance for civilian employers to walk a day in their citizen-Soldier boots and experience military training. The event was sponsored by the Utah Committee, Employer Support of the Guard and Reserves.

ESGR is a Department of Defense program that promotes cooperation and understanding between Reserve Component service members and their civilian employers. (U.S. Army National Guard video by Staff Sgt. Jordan Hack)

#missionelevated #AlwaysReady #AlwaysThere Utah ESGR

06/16/2021
151st Medical Group, African Lion 2021

U.S. Air Force Lt. Col. Paul Anderson, dentist, from the151st Medical Group, Utah Air National Guard describes the dental clinic conditions at the Military Medical Surgical Field Hospital in Tafraoute, Morocco during #AfricanLion21 on June 9, 2021.

African Lion 21 is U.S. Africa Command (AFRICOM)'s largest, premier, joint, annual exercise hosted by Morocco, Tunisia, and Senegal, June 7-18. More than 7,000 participants from nine nations and NATO train together with a focus on enhancing readiness for U.S. and partner nation forces.

#missionelevated #AlwaysReady #AlwaysThere

Happy Birthday U.S. Army!Today, we commemorate the U.S. Army’s 246th birthday by honoring the courage, commitment and re...
06/14/2021

Happy Birthday U.S. Army!

Today, we commemorate the U.S. Army’s 246th birthday by honoring the courage, commitment and resilience of the American Soldier.

#ArmyBDay #ProudToServe

Happy Birthday U.S. Army!

Today, we commemorate the U.S. Army’s 246th birthday by honoring the courage, commitment and resilience of the American Soldier.

#ArmyBDay #ProudToServe

06/14/2021
Why I Serve

This #ArmyBday, we honor the 246 year-legacy of courage and answering the call. In celebration of the Army Birthday, Soldiers participating in #PantherStrike21 give their reasons on why they serve their country and community.

#PantherStrike21 is a military intelligence exercise organized by the 300th Military Intelligence Brigade, Utah National Guard, designed to provide realistic training to counter hybrid threats, increase lethality, enhance readiness, and strengthen international partnerships. It is currently being held at Camp Williams, Utah and being led by the 341st MI Battalion from the Washington National Guard.

#WhyIServe

The Governor of Tiznet Province, Morocco visited the Military Medical Surgical Field Hospital in Tafraoute where Utah Ai...
06/14/2021
Tiznit Governor visits African Lion 21 field hospital

The Governor of Tiznet Province, Morocco visited the Military Medical Surgical Field Hospital in Tafraoute where Utah Air National Guard Airmen are working with Active Air Force and Moroccan military to provide general medical care to the local population as a part of #AfricanLion.

Africa Lion 2021 is U.S. Africa Command (AFRICOM) largest, premier, joint, annual exercise hosted by Morocco, Tunisia, and Senegal, 7-18 June. More than 7,000 participants from nine nations and NATO train together with a focus on enhancing readiness for U.S. and partner nation forces.

#200years #AlwaysReeady #AlwaysThere

https://ut.ng.mil/Site-Management/News-Article-View/Article/2656131/tiznit-governor-visits-african-lion-21-field-hospital/

Governor Hassan Khalil, civic leader of the Tiznit Province, visited the Military Medical Surgical Field Hospital in Tafraoute, Morocco on June 10, during African Lion 2021.

06/13/2021
Panther Strike 2021 first week

#PantherStrike21 is an elite military intelligence exercise organized by the 300th Military Intelligence Brigade designed to provide realistic training to counter hybrid threats, increase lethality, enhance readiness, and strengthen international partnerships. It is currently being held at Camp Williams, Utah and being led by the 341st Military Intelligence Battalion - Linguist from the Washington National Guard .

During the first week of Panther Strike, Soldiers concentrate on classroom training for their specific military intelligence specialty and how they work in cooperation with the other MI disciplines. This knowledge is put to the test the second week as the different MI disciplines work together during a week long field exercise.

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Today we remember JARED TOLMAN, who we lost on 7/14/2014. Spc Tolman was "incredibly loyal to all his friends and to his country," a reference to Tolman's service in the Utah National Guard. Tolman recently graduated from USU and was serving in the Utah Army National Guard. This was his initial enlistment. He was assigned to the 19th Special Forces Unit, General Support Battalion, said National Guard spokesman Lt. Col. Stephen Fairbourn. Tolman had duties of laundry and equipment handler at the time of his death. Tolman was in the process of getting out of the National Guard, he said, but the paperwork had not been completed. RIP Jared. You are NEVER FORGOTTEN!
Thirty-seven years ago I signed up to join the AirForce and went active duty. After two years I heard about the Utah Air National Guard and decided to transfer and boy did I make the right choice! I had found a new home. I got hired a few years later and loved the people I worked with. I made a lot of new friends and traveled around the world, literally. I would like to thank all that gave me the opportunity to grow. The military has always been a place where rules and regulations have always followed. If it was in print you needed to follow the directions or receive the consequences if not followed. I thought that was the code that was followed. Boy was I wrong, I applied for a job that I had done for 25 years! I was the most qualified applicant, the job had specific experience connected to it that was listed on the job announcement (36 months detailed experience that only personnel in that area could get). When I saw all the personnel that came down qualified for the position something was not right. I called the Human Resource Office (HRO). They looked into the rating process and saw that the rater did not do his job. He let all the personnel come down qualified, so they canceled the hiring process and put it out for hire again. After I had already gone through the interview board. I thought that someone was doing their job correctly so I applied for the position again, and almost all the same personnel were qualified. Again I called HRO. This time I talked to the manager (Col. Osborn). I relayed my concerns to him that certain people were not qualified, as per the USA jobs announcement, and he had a different rater look at the resumes. He replied that according to the paperwork they were qualified. I told him that in working with those people for 30 years (The job was for on board technicians only) I know that they did not have the qualifications. I informed him that they had lied on their resumes and should be punished as per federal law. He said that I got my gravence answered and that was that. They hired the least qualified guy that had ZERO practical experience. I could not leave this alone. (These are the rules in print and we need to follow the rules.) I thought I would go to the Inspector General office (IG). I made a formal complaint and met with the officer over the IG office. He said “Yes this is wrong” and took the information and was going to look into it. His response was that the TAG(The Adjutant General) did not want to address it and I was out of luck. WOW! I did not know we could lie and deceive the military. I recalled I was just an enlisted airman and this situation would implicate officers, and the HRO personnel, whose job is to make sure all the applicants are qualified. Before I deployed for 8 months I had a one on one meeting with my new commander (Col. Taylor) and told him all that had transpired before I departed. I thought he would look into any miss dealings in the hiring process. Again nothing was looked into. While I was deployed I thought “How could I work for an organization that promotes lying and deception?” The AirForce core values are ”INTEGRITY FIRST, SERVICE BEFORE SELF, EXCELLENCE IN ALL WE DO.” These core values are posted all over the Maintenance complex of the 151MXS. How can I work for an organization that claims to support these values, yet has no integrity, no values to live up to when someone can simply lie and misrepresent themselves on a document and everyone in the chain of command knows it! No one stands up for what is right. I tried and failed to bring to light a breach in the system! Before I left for the last time in a long career, I confronted Chief Master Sergeants and two Officers in this situation (Lt.Col. Glenn and Col. Taylor) in which they did not address my concerns and sent me on my merry way. Where did the Integrity go….
Veteran appreciation events coming up over Memorial Weekend. This is one that was shared for CVMA. What other Memorial Day weekend events are you all hearing about?
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Are you currently serving in the US Military? Are you a veteran? Are you the family member of someone who is serving (or who has served)? Do you like to read? Operation Paperback is a non-profit organization that has provided FREE BOOKS to members of the military (and their families) since 1999. We also provide books to military hospitals, Red Cross and USO locations, VFW Posts, etc. You can request the types of books you like, and we will do our very best to send you exactly what you like to read. Our sign-up page is here, so go take a look! https://operationpaperback.org/recipients.php We are PROUD to support you!
To the military commander of the Utah National Guard, what do you make of Article XV of The Utah Constitution? Do we have "loose cannons" that need to be secured by organizing the Utah Militia and the Utah National Guard to coordinate better? Is this question a question for the civilian commander, the Governor? #RuleOfLaw
Here's to our soldiers and airmen and officers right here in Utah, USA! We've got your 6! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DWrMeBR8W-c
If you are currently affiliated with the National Guard, you may be eligible to earn up to $225 REMOTELY by participating in the University of Southern Mississippi BEAST Program! Participation is completely remote and all you need to do is fill out a few surveys and speak to us (student clinicians) on the phone about your lives. Our goal is to help improve the lives of National Guard members. BEAST, Behavioral Economics Assist Seeking Treatment, is a federally funded Department of Defense research program encompassing two different studies geared toward helping improve the lives of National Guard members. Participating in this program requires 3 sessions, spread out over the course of 3 months. Although most National Guard members will be eligible for both studies, we ask that you only complete one screener. Take the Increased Fearlessness About Death Screener: https://tinyurl.com/FearlessScreener Take the Mental Health Screener: https://tinyurl.com/MentalHealthScreener
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SHOUT OUT to the National Guard team members who do the COVID testing on staff and residents in nursing homes. They are AMAZING!! Thank you for YOUR SERVICE!!!
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