HHC, 1-120th Hellraisers

HHC, 1-120th Hellraisers North Carolina National Guard
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Never Forget!
10/08/2018

Never Forget!

October 8, 2004 Staff Sergeant Michael Voss was leading the Redball Platoon on a combat mission out of FOB Bernstein Tuz, Iraq. During the mission his vehicle was struck by an IED. SSG Voss gave the ultimate sacrifice that day. He was a great Leader, mentor, and NCO. His legacy is still felt in HHC today. You are never forgotten brother. H7

North Carolina National Guard
09/25/2018

North Carolina National Guard

From NC Adjutant General Maj. Gen. Gregory Lusk to our valued family members: "Without the support of our N.C. National Guard Families, the Citizen-Soldiers and Airmen would be unable to succeed in their mission. Many thanks to the thousands of families who support your service member. Our families are an integral part of our Always Ready team!"

TF Gold leadership team
09/23/2018

TF Gold leadership team

Hellraisers group photo
09/23/2018

Hellraisers group photo

09/19/2018
The Robesonian

Hellraiser interview

Two Sheriff's deputy vehicles got into trouble with flood waters. First Lt. Chapman explains how they are helping.

Annick Joseph, reporting.
#HurricaneFlorence #RobesonCounty #NCNationalGuard

Hellraisers supporting the local community
09/18/2018

Hellraisers supporting the local community

Soldiers from the N.C. National Guard, stationed at Fifth Street and Martin Luther King Jr. Drive in Lumberton, help local lawmen keep motorist from accessing fifth Street.

Annick Joseph | The Robesonian
#HurricaneFlorence #RobesonCounty #NCNationalGuard

Hellraisers getting recognized by POTUS
09/15/2018

Hellraisers getting recognized by POTUS

1-120th Infantry clearing roads and keeping the way open for our first responders!
09/15/2018

1-120th Infantry clearing roads and keeping the way open for our first responders!

Hellraisers in the news
09/14/2018

Hellraisers in the news

Hellraisers in action supporting Hurricane Florence recovery operations
09/14/2018

Hellraisers in action supporting Hurricane Florence recovery operations

09/11/2018
1-120 Infantry Regiment

1-120 Infantry Regiment

Tuskhogs,
Hurricane Florence is shaping up to be a potentially life threatening storm. In order to ensure the safety of our Soldiers and their families, we are postponing our September drill from 14-16 September to 21-23 September. We realize that the effects of Hurricane Florence will likely continue even into the rescheduled weekend. We have given specific guidance to your chain of command to work with each Soldier on a case by case basis for the new dates. Contact your chain of command for details.

If you are on a State Active Duty (SAD) roster, make sure you are staying in close contact with your chain of command. No activation order has been issued to our battalion at this time, however the call may come at any time.

Our battalion's mission is to fight and win our nation's wars and to serve our neighbors during times of local emergency. Together we stand ready to answer the call.

Strength and Honor,
Remember Mortain!

LTC Wynn
Tuskhog 6

09/10/2018

Hellraisers, September drill has been postponed until the following weekend (21-23 Sept) due to Hurricane Florence.

Expect further guidance from your chain of command as more details become available.

Thank you for staying flexible and stay safe.

North Carolina Department of Public Safety
09/10/2018

North Carolina Department of Public Safety

Latest #Florence update
• Upgraded to hurricane. Will strengthen in coming days
• Increasing risk of 2 life-threatening impacts: storm surge at coast, flooding inland
• Dangerous winds also possible- may see widespread tree damage & power outages
• Dangerous rip currents & surf all week

• Looks like landfall Thursday - heavy rain Thurs - weekend. After landfall #Florence is expected to slow down, which will likely lead to prolonged heavy rain & windy conditions.
Stay tuned here to get latest #ncwx info. We'll keep you updated on rain/flood potential as well as predicted wind speeds.

09/09/2018

Hellraisers, stand by for guidance from your chains of command for deviations to IDT schedules due to Hurricane Florence. No decisions have been made yet. As soon as they are you will be informed of changes.

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Photos from HHC, 1-120th Hellraisers's post
08/10/2018

Photos from HHC, 1-120th Hellraisers's post

Photos from HHC, 1-120th Hellraisers's post
08/10/2018

Photos from HHC, 1-120th Hellraisers's post

08/10/2018
Photos from HHC, 1-120th Hellraisers's post
08/10/2018

Photos from HHC, 1-120th Hellraisers's post

Congratulations to Airman Wray (son of our very own SSG and Mrs. Wray) on his graduation from Air Force Basic Training!!...
04/27/2018

Congratulations to Airman Wray (son of our very own SSG and Mrs. Wray) on his graduation from Air Force Basic Training!! We wish you a long and great career!

Hellraisers!

Never forget
03/28/2018

Never forget

SGT Roderic Solomon served in the 82nd before joining the NC National Guard. After a few years with us in B Co 1-120 "Bushmasters" (Lumberton/Roseboro era) he went back activity duty being assigned to the 3rd ID. He made the ultimate sacrifice in Iraq on March 28, 2003. Thank you brother, you will never be forgotten.

SGT Solomon is honored with tree #3 at the Fort Stewart Memorial Park.

Never forget

03/24/2018
1-120 Infantry Regiment

It's Hammer time. HHC Mortars firing at FBNC. -H6

Tuskhog Mortars firing their qualification tables at Ft Bragg NC

Never forget!
03/13/2018

Never forget!

Never Forget! Today and every day we remember the selfless service and sacrifice of SPC Joycelyn Carrasquillo. KIA in Iraq, 13 March 2004. HHC/1-120 IN. Tuskhogs!

Congratulations to the winners and all the competitors!! Scouts leading the Way!!
03/06/2018

Congratulations to the winners and all the competitors!! Scouts leading the Way!!

And the winners are...

For the first time in our Best Warrior Competition winners are from the same Army Major Subordinate Command: The 30th Armored Brigade Combat Team (ABCT). Congratulations to the 2018 Best Warrior Competition winners, SGT Travis Millard and SPC Steven McMahan, and to the runner ups, SGT Betuel Monje and SPC Skylar Kitchen. We'd like to also congratulate SGT Adrian Dumas who received the 'SSG Bobby Franklin Warrior Spirit Award' for his resiliency through the entire competition.

We'd like to also thank all of our Warriors for participating and giving it their all this year, great job everyone!

Congratulations to Staff Sergeant Averitt with the distinction of Honor Graduate at Phase 1 of the Scout Advanced Leader...
02/24/2018

Congratulations to Staff Sergeant Averitt with the distinction of Honor Graduate at Phase 1 of the Scout Advanced Leaders Course!

Great job SSG Averitt, way to lead from the very front. Hellraisers!! H7

Congratulations to SGT and Mrs Propheter on their newest addition! Mr. William Kent Propheter is 20 inches long and 6lb ...
01/15/2018

Congratulations to SGT and Mrs Propheter on their newest addition! Mr. William Kent Propheter is 20 inches long and 6lb 9 ounces. He was born at 1550 yesterday!

12/24/2017

To all the Soldiers and Military members who are not with their families tonight (especially the Hellraisers currently overseas: SGT J Williams, SGT J Wilkerson, and SGT C Eberly) this is for you:

Twas the night before Christmas, he lived all alone, In a one bedroom house made of plaster & stone. I had come down the chimney with presents to give And to see just who in this home did live. I looked all about a strange sight I did see, No tinsel, no presents, not even a tree. No stocking by the fire, just boots filled with sand, On the wall hung pictures of far distant lands. With medals and badges, awards of all kind A sober thought came through my mind. For this house was different, so dark and dreary, I knew I had found the home of a soldier, once I could see clearly. I heard stories about them, I had to see more So I walked down the hall and pushed open the door. And there he lay sleeping silent alone, Curled up on the floor in his one bedroom home. His face so gentle, his room in such disorder, Not how I pictured a United States soldier. Was this the hero of whom I’d just read? Curled up in his poncho, a floor for his bed? His head was clean shaven, his weathered face tan, I soon understood this was more than a man. For I realized the families that I saw that night Owed their lives to these men who were willing to fight. Soon ‘round the world, the children would play, And grownups would celebrate on a bright Christmas day. They all enjoyed freedom each month of the year, Because of soldiers like this one lying here. I couldn’t help wonder how many lay alone On a cold Christmas Eve in a land far from home. Just the very thought brought a tear to my eye, I dropped to my knees and started to cry. The soldier awakened and I heard a rough voice, "Santa don’t cry, this life is my choice; I fight for freedom, I don’t ask for more, my life is my God, my country, my Corps." With that he rolled over and drifted off into sleep, I couldn’t control it, I continued to weep. I watched him for hours, so silent and still, I noticed he shivered from the cold night’s chill. So I took off my jacket, the one made of red, And I covered this Soldier from his toes to his head. And I put on his T-shirt of gray and black, With an eagle and an Army patch embroidered on back. And although it barely fit me, I began to swell with pride, And for a shining moment, I was United States Army deep inside. I didn’t want to leave him on that cold dark night, This guardian of honor so willing to fight. Then the soldier rolled over, whispered with a voice so clean and pure, "Carry on Santa, it’s Christmas Day, all is secure." One look at my watch, and I knew he was right, Merry Christmas my friend, and to all a good night!

As you enjoy your time with families this Christmas season, please remember all of our Service Members not with theirs. Hellraiser 7

MAJ Hinton and Hellraiser 7 representing HHC today at the Reindeer Dash for Cash in honor of Captain Chris Cash. SSG Wil...
12/04/2017

MAJ Hinton and Hellraiser 7 representing HHC today at the Reindeer Dash for Cash in honor of Captain Chris Cash. SSG Wilkins and her husband Brian also represented, but ran so fast I couldn’t get a picture. Hope to see more participation next year! Hellraisers!

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