A CO, 1-120th INF Wolverines

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Operating as usual

1-120 Infantry Regiment
06/24/2020

1-120 Infantry Regiment

1-120 IN Memorial 24 June 2015

30th Armored Brigade Combat Team (ABCT)
05/24/2020

30th Armored Brigade Combat Team (ABCT)

We remember

30th Infantry Division Association
05/23/2020

30th Infantry Division Association

Started by our World War II Veterans, every year our Association purchases wreaths for Memorial Day to place at American Cemeteries in Europe where 30th Infantry Division Soldiers are remembered from World War I and World War II. Below are the wreaths that were laid today at Flanders American Cemetery and Somme American Cemetery in memory of all 30th Infantry Division fallen. If you would like to donate to help continue this yearly tradition, donate via paypal to [email protected] and note the gift is for 30th IDA Memorial Program.

It was a honor and a privilege to take part in today's happenings at the Jacksonville Readiness  Center.  The monument h...
04/27/2020

It was a honor and a privilege to take part in today's happenings at the Jacksonville Readiness Center. The monument has been installed in its new location. The Readiness Center is still a construction zone. Hopefully it will not be long before we can reoccupy. In addition, the sign is now in its proper place.

04/26/2020

A huge thanks to everyone who has ordered shirts to support A Co! The shirts should arrive just a couple of days after you order it. Show some love and post your pics sporting your new threads! We love to see past and present Wolverines representing!

We have a new Wolverine company logo and we had some shirts made up! If you’re interested in sporting one they are $15+s...
04/21/2020

We have a new Wolverine company logo and we had some shirts made up! If you’re interested in sporting one they are $15+shipping. They’re super comfy Next Level T’s. All monies go to A Co unit fund. Just DM this page and we’ll set you up!

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A CO, 1-120th INF Wolverines
04/21/2020

A CO, 1-120th INF Wolverines

Can any identify what room this used to be???
04/20/2020

Can any identify what room this used to be???

The renovated drill hall.
04/20/2020

The renovated drill hall.

The remodel of the Armory is coming along!
04/20/2020

The remodel of the Armory is coming along!

WWII 30th Infantry Division awarded Presidential Unit Citation
03/21/2020
WWII 30th Infantry Division awarded Presidential Unit Citation

WWII 30th Infantry Division awarded Presidential Unit Citation

RALEIGH, N.C. – President Trump announced Tuesday the Army is awarding the Presidential Unit Citation to the famed World War II National Guard unit, the 30th Infantry Division, for extraordinary

Buiding renovations in Jacksonville are coming right along.  They have started work on where the new flag pole and where...
01/07/2020

Buiding renovations in Jacksonville are coming right along. They have started work on where the new flag pole and where the monuments will be moved to.

Sgt Scott carrying the A Co guidon this year at the Reindeer Dash for Cash.
12/13/2019

Sgt Scott carrying the A Co guidon this year at the Reindeer Dash for Cash.

30th Armored Brigade Combat Team (ABCT)
09/02/2019

30th Armored Brigade Combat Team (ABCT)

Dear Families and loved ones of Soldiers in the 30th Armored Brigade Combat Team:

We are closely monitoring the projections for Hurricane Dorian. While there is still uncertainty of where and when this dangerous storm will make landfall, we do know that it is never too soon to enact your plans to safeguard yourself, your families and your homes.

Our Soldiers from North Carolina National Guard, South Carolina National Guard, Ohio National Guard and West Virginia National Guard are doing a superb job conducting rigorous training. They are dedicated, tough, and prepared for the missions that lie ahead.

As members of the National Guard family, we understand and appreciate the burdens you carry while your Soldier is away. In addition to the challenges of deployment, Team Carolina may once again be facing the impacts of a major hurricane. Even though hurricanes are nothing new to this region, you must be vigilant as each one is unique in the impacts they bring.

We are urging you to have your plan in place should you need to evacuate. Listen to news reports and heed advisories from your emergency managers. Knowing their families and loved ones are out of harm’s way enables our Soldiers to remain focused while they are mobilized.

We remind you to stay in touch with your family assistance coordinators and chain of command in your home states. These links from each state provide information and resources to assist in your emergency preparations. Your NC and SC State Family Programs will also be providing additional information as this situation evolves.

NC- http://www.readync.org

SC- http://www.scemd.org

Thank you as always for your unbridled commitment to the “Old Hickory” team. We could not perform our mission without your support.

COL Robert Bumgardner
Commander, 30th ABCT

NC Adjutant General
07/09/2019

NC Adjutant General

A great aerial photo of the National Training Center's infamous Dust Bowl. The Citizen Soldiers of the 30th Armored Brigade Combat Team, as well as, hundreds of others supporting the 30th are there at this moment. They endure a "shadeless", 100+ degree day in the Mojave Desert getting their equipment ready for a gruelling test of endurance and "near-real" combat against a high-tech, cunning, and agile enemy force. In a couple of days, they will mount up, depart the dust bowl and head into the central corridor for nearly two weeks of combat training. Wish them well in their coming fight! Old Hickory!

07/09/2019
Some of the younger Wolverines were able to experience their first sandstorm and desert rainstorm yesterday at Ft. Bliss...
08/10/2018

Some of the younger Wolverines were able to experience their first sandstorm and desert rainstorm yesterday at Ft. Bliss.

Good morning from A Co "Wolverines!"  The Wolverines are currently at Fort Bliss, Texas preparing to conduct crew and pl...
08/08/2018

Good morning from A Co "Wolverines!" The Wolverines are currently at Fort Bliss, Texas preparing to conduct crew and platoon gunnery while at Fort Bliss.

07/20/2018
1-120 Infantry Regiment

1-120 Infantry Regiment

Tuskhogs conducted Railhead operations this week in preparation for training at Ft Bliss TX later this summer.

1-120 Infantry Regiment
06/30/2018

1-120 Infantry Regiment

Take a momment today to remember four outstanding men and soldiers from A CO, 1-120th INF Wolverines. These brave men made the ultimate sacrifice 8 years ago today in Iraq. NEVER FORGET!

SFC Edward C. Kramer - KIA 6/29/2009
SGT Roger L. Adams - KIA 6/29/2009
SGT Juan C. Baldeosingh - KIA 6/29/2009
SGT Robert L. Bittiker - KIA 6/29/2009

30th Infantry Division Association
06/24/2018

30th Infantry Division Association

Reunion Group photos!!!

06/22/2018
North Carolina National Guard

North Carolina National Guard

Today we welcome the Veterans of the 30th Infantry Division at Joint Force Headquarters.

1-120 Infantry Regiment
06/09/2018

1-120 Infantry Regiment

Today we had the pleasure of rededicating the A Co 1/120th Armory in Jacksonville NC in memory of SPC Daniel Desens Jr who was killed on June 24 2004 in Baqubah Iraq while serving with Alpha 120.

Today the National Guard Armory in Benson was renamed to the Sgt Roger L. Adams Jr. Readiness Center.  It was an honor t...
06/01/2018

Today the National Guard Armory in Benson was renamed to the Sgt Roger L. Adams Jr. Readiness Center. It was an honor to be there for the tribute to one of our own. Here are a few pictures from the ceremony.

For those who have deployed with the 30th BDE, have you joined the 30th Infantry Division Association (IDA)?  For those ...
05/30/2018

For those who have deployed with the 30th BDE, have you joined the 30th Infantry Division Association (IDA)? For those who have deployed its either $15 per year or $135 for a lifetime membership. Each year the 30th IDA holds a reunion and mid year muster. Even if you didn't deploy, but did serve in the 30th BDE, you can join as a Hickory Associate Member for $20 per year. We still have some WWII vets showing up each year at the reunion. If you would like to join, fill out the form in the picture and return to Ben Bagwell at the address on the form.

1-120 Infantry Regiment
05/04/2018

1-120 Infantry Regiment

Tuskhog leaders brief XCTC operations during the 30ABCT combined arms rehearsal in Smithfield NC

The prep for Gunnery Table VI begins at Fort Pickett
04/06/2018

The prep for Gunnery Table VI begins at Fort Pickett

Participating on ADVON sometimes comes with great training opportunities.  Today, A Co and B Co 1-120th Soldiers worked ...
03/22/2018

Participating on ADVON sometimes comes with great training opportunities. Today, A Co and B Co 1-120th Soldiers worked together on the self recovery of a stuck Bradley. I apologize M88's, you weren't needed today. All that was needed, was a little bit of sweat, some BII, a tow cable, and another Bradley. By the way... the Fort Bragg MP said it would take at least 5 hours... it was completed in less than 1 hour.

General Joseph L. Lengyel
01/22/2018
General Joseph L. Lengyel

General Joseph L. Lengyel

For those who want to know quickly and authoritatively the status of government operations — given the potential shutdown — here is the link to the U.S. Office of Personnel Management website to check from midnight onward. A shutdown will place significant hardships on our workforce and disrupt our operations and readiness. We are doing everything we can to support The National Guard’s most important asset — our people.

The National Guard
01/22/2018
The National Guard

The National Guard

For National Guard members, training that is not in support of overseas deployment or direct preparation for overseas deployment has been suspended.

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Got my shirts in the mail today! Ready to show them off at the gym and to show folks why I'm a wolverine for life
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Any idea when more shirts are going to be available?
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Come celebrate the 100th birthday of the 30th, meet Old Hickory WWII vets, and catch up with battle buddies!