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  • Wyoming Army National Guard wraps up annual training season for 2022

    Sgt Kristina Kranz State Pub Aff Office|Oct 20, 2022

    CHEYENNE, Wyo. – The Wyoming Army National Guard completed another successful annual training season for 2022. As always, it was a busy season, with many units starting training earlier than usual. Late spring into the summer is the time of the year that Soldiers train on their yearly qualifications. Most importantly, annual training is geared explicitly toward ensuring soldiers are proficient and qualified in their specific military occupations. Typically at least 14 days, annual training g...

  • Wyoming National Guard partners with Laramie County Shooting Sports Complex for community project.

    Sgt Kristina Kranz State Pub Aff Office|Jun 30, 2022

    CHEYENNE, Wyo. – Sunday marked the completion of a new 300-yard berm at the Laramie County Shooting Sports Complex in Cheyenne. The lane expands on the existing ones at the complex. Soldiers of the 133rd Engineer Company of the Wyoming Army National Guard, out of Laramie, completed the project as part of Innovative Readiness Training, which aligns with mission-essential task training for units in the Wyoming Guard. The IRT is a massive benefit to the communities for which the Guard serves. "...

  • Major McGee retires from the Wyoming Army National Guard

    Sgt Kristina Kranz State Pub Aff Office|Jul 1, 2021

    CHEYENNE, Wyo. – Many family and friends came out to attend the retirement ceremony for Maj. Michael McGee at the Joint Force Readiness Center on June 12. With 24 years of service, McGee has earned numerous awards throughout his distinguished career, with a Bronze Star and Purple Heart being among them. Among his many accomplishments, McGee earned the top honor of the Chief's 54, now known as the Director's 54, for being the top recruiter in Wyoming. He put over 100 soldiers in the Wyoming A...

  • Soldiers volunteer at Wyoming ranch to help prepare for Operation Remount

    Sgt Kristina Kranz State Pub Aff Office|May 20, 2021

    JAY EM, Wyo. – It was an overcast and drizzly day on Saturday for Staff Sgt. Felicia Holbrook and her soldier Pfc. Brandon Miller. Holbrook is a recruiter in the Wyoming Army National Guard's Recruiting and Retention Battalion. Miller is one of her Recruit Sustainment Program soldiers. The two arrived at the Mirrored K Legacy Ranch in Jay Em, Wyoming, to start their day helping clean out the horse barn in preparation for a program called Operation Remount. Originally, there were supposed to b...

  • Wyoming Public Affairs Office earns top honors in Military Media Contests

    Sgt Kristina Kranz State Pub Aff Office|Apr 22, 2021

    CHEYENNE, Wyo. – Two of Team Wyoming's own are among the winners of the 2020 National Guard Bureau Media Contests announced in late March. The first contest that members placed in is the Department of the Air Force Public Affairs Chief Master Sgt. Douglas W. Morrell Media Awards (MMA). This competition is for Active Duty, National Guard, Reserve and Department of the Air Force civilians sponsored and administered by the Secretary of the Air Force Office of Public Affairs. The awards recognize m...

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