Wyoming Army National Guard wraps up annual training season for 2022


October 20, 2022

Members of 1st Platoon, 133rd Engineer Company, Wyoming Army National Guard, finish up a berm for a 300-yard rifle lane at the Laramie County Shooting Sports Complex in Cheyenne, Wyo., June 12, 2022. The project is part of an Innovative Readiness Training exercise that partners National Guard units with the community to help complete projects they might otherwise be unable to. (Courtesy photo from the 133rd Engineer Company)

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 gives Soldiers hands-on experiences they otherwise wouldn't have during their weekend unit training...

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