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  • 1st Lt. Garrett Stanfill's journey to esports glory

    Sgt Kristina Kranz WNG State Pub Aff Office|Feb 8, 2024

    CHEYENNE, Wyo. – In the fast-paced realm of esports, where every move counts, and victory hangs in the balance, 1st Lt. Garrett Stanfill, a Wyoming Army National Guard Soldier, has forged his path from a Gameboy enthusiast to a triumphant player in Overwatch for the U.S. Army Esports team. Stanfill has been a Wyoming Guard member for over 10 years. Starting with the reserve officer training corps program at the University of Wyoming, he commissioned in 2017 as a second lieutenant. Stanfill...

  • Honoring the distinguished career of Chief Warrant Officer 5 Doug Drost in the Wyoming Army National Guard

    Sgt Kristina Kranz WNG State Pub Aff Office|Dec 14, 2023

    CHEYENNE, Wyo. – After 38 years of exceptional service, the Wyoming Army National Guard bid farewell to Chief Warrant Officer 5 Doug Drost in a ceremony held at the Joint Forces Readiness Center on Nov. 29, 2023. The event, emceed by Chief Warrant Officer 5 Shane Mickelson, highlighted Drost's remarkable achievements and contributions to the state, nation, and fellow Soldiers. Drost's career has been almost entirely in aviation units in the Wyoming Guard. He joined the military in April 1985,...

  • Soldier's Heroic Act Saves Civilian's Life

    Sgt Kristina Kranz WNG State Pub Aff Office|Oct 5, 2023

    CHEYENNE, Wyo. – In a remarkable display of courage and quick thinking, Staff Sgt. Jason Gosselin, Camp Guernsey's Training Center Command supply sergeant, became a hero on the morning of Sept. 15 in Guernsey, Wyo., as he intervened to save a civilian's life. The incident occurred when Gosselin was conducting unit business in Guernsey. As fate would have it, a civilian who had exited his truck momentarily forgot to engage the parking brake. The unattended truck began rolling, eventually...

  • Tech. Sgt. Danie Moore shines as a dedicated volunteer at the Wyoming State Fair

    Sgt Kristina Kranz WNG State Pub Aff Office|Aug 24, 2023

    DOUGLAS, Wyo. – Tech. Sgt. Danie Moore is a dedicated production recruiter for the Wyoming Air National Guard. She has also been making waves not only in her military career but as a devoted volunteer at the Wyoming State Fair. Moore, whose recruitment responsibilities span the regions of Lusk, Douglas, Casper, Gillette, South Dakota, and up through Cody, embodies the true spirit of community engagement. At the heart of the fair, Moore serves as a vital member of the Friends of Agricultural,...