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Competitors in the 2021 Governor’s Twenty competition participate in the pistol event July 24 at Fort Indiantown Gap. Eighty-three Pennsylvania National Guard Soldiers and Airmen competed with rifles and pistols in multiple courses of fire to determine the Commonwealth’s best marksmen during the Governor’s Twenty match July 23-24. (U.S. Army National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Zane Craig)
Pa. Guardsmen compete in annual Governor’s Twenty marksmanship competition
By Staff Sgt. Zane Craig | July 29, 2021
FORT INDIANTOWN GAP, Pa. – Eighty-three Pennsylvania National Guard Soldiers and Airmen competed with rifles and pistols in multiple courses of fire to determine the Commonwealth’s best marksmen during the Governor’s Twenty...

A Uh-60V Black Hawk helicopter is secured after being flown to Fort Indiantown Gap, Pa., on July 27, 2021. The Pennsylvania National Guard’s Eastern Army National Guard Aviation Training Site received the first fielding of UH-60V Black Hawks from the Utility Helicopter Program Office.
EAATS receives new Black Hawk variant
By JFHQ Public Affairs | July 28, 2021
The Pennsylvania National Guard’s Eastern Army National Guard Aviation Training Site received the first fielding of UH-60V Black Hawks from the Utility Helicopter Program Office on July 27...

Staff Sgt. Tyler Lundquist races toward the finish line at the Lincoln Marathon May 2 in Lincoln, Nebraska. Lundquist was the fourth male Guardsmen to finish, 26th overall and the fifth male in the 25-29 age group.
Combat medic discovers passion for running during pandemic
By Staff Sgt. Oriana White | July 26, 2021
Staff Sgt. Tyler Lundquist, a combat medic with the Pennsylvania National Guard’s Medical Battalion Training Site, says he didn’t run much growing up. However, when the laid-back medic picked up running as a pandemic hobby,...

Eight cyber experts from the Pennsylvania National Guard participated in Cyber Shield, the Department of Defense’s largest unclassified cyber defense exercise, from July 10-23 at Camp Williams, Utah. Bottom row (from left to right): Capt. Sean Smith, Maj. Christine Pierce, Chief Warrant Officer 3 Jeremy Marroncelli, Staff Sgt. Andrew Clancey; Top row (from left to right): Sgt. 1st Class Keith Stout, Sgt. 1st Class Brian Frantz, Master Sgt. Elefterios Ginnis, Sgt. 1st Class Douglas Byers.
Pa. National Guard members participate in DoD cyber defense exercise
By JFHQ Public Affairs | July 23, 2021
Eight cyber experts from the Pennsylvania National Guard recently participated in Cyber Shield, the Department of Defense’s largest unclassified cyber defense exercise...

Richard Posey, center, son of Pennsylvania’s first Deputy Adjutant General for Air, Brig. Gen. Richard Posey, holds a photo of his father while standing with current DAG-A, Brig. Gen. Michael Regan, left, and state Command Chief Paul Frisco, right, in front of the shields representing Pennsylvania Air National Guard Headquarters and each of the state’s three Air National Guard Wings. Brig. Gen. Posey served as DAG-A for 20 years and is considered by many as the Father of the Pennsylvania Air National Guard.
Newly donated items recognize, preserve the contributions of ‘Father of the Pa. Air National Guard’
By Maj. Nicole Reigelman | July 22, 2021
The family of Pennsylvania’s first Deputy Adjutant General for Air, Brig. Gen. Richard Posey, recently donated several items to Pennsylvania Air National Guard Headquarters to preserve and recognize the former leader’s legacy...
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