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Military Intelligence Brigade names its best warriors

February 22, 2016
Each year, soldiers from around the state convene for a common purpose, winning the Maryland National Guard’s Best Warrior Competition. This year, eight soldiers within the units of the 58th Expeditionary Military Intelligence Brigade earned their way to compete for the brigade’s Best Warrior Competition held at Gunpowder Military Reservation on Feb. 20, 2016. Read more

Medics practice immediate care procedures on cadavers, learning to save human lives

February 7, 2016
The 104th Area Support Medical Company, Maryland Army National Guard, and members of the 175th Medical Group, Maryland Air National Guard, conducted immediate care training on human cadavers at the University of Maryland School of Medicine in Baltimore on February 6, 2016. Read more

Soldier carries man to safety

January 24, 2016
During the height of winter storm Jonas, as inches upon inches of snow fell, soldiers across the state of Maryland were in place and ready to help out the communities and people endangered by the blizzard. Spc. Paul Pinder, of F Co., 128th Brigade Support Battalion, was activated and deployed with members of his unit to support the Maryland State ... Read more

Maryland aviators protect southwest border from above

December 16, 2015
Maryland National Guard aviators participated in a stateside deployment in support of Operation Phalanx/River Watch II in Harlingen, Texas. The National Guard’s mission was to conduct aerial detection and monitoring to disrupt Transnational Criminal Organizations and Drug Trafficking Organizations in support of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. Read more

Air Force Staff Sgt. Kevin Grant: Trooper of the Quarter

December 1, 2015
The Maryland National Guard takes great pleasure in recognizing its citizen-soldiers and airmen who stand out in their military and civilian careers. This quarter, the MDNG would like to highlight Air Force Staff Sgt. Kevin A. Grant for his professionalism as an honor guard member with the Maryland National Guard and as a self-promoted hip-hop artist. Read more

Focus on NCOs

November 6, 2015
Senior noncommissioned officers are groomed and not made. There are years of service, professional military education, and lessons learned through life’s experiences in molding a soldier or airman to into top level NCOs. Many NCOs at the highest levels in the services understand the importance for NCOs to be adaptable and to thrive in joint environments. With more than a ... Read more

Always Ready, Always There: MDNG implements positive changes for future soldiers

November 6, 2015
The changing times have caused a major increase in the amount of National Guard soldiers. The Army National Guard is the largest reserve component of the Army. States are working harder than ever to ensure that their recruits are ready for their commitments to the Guard. The Maryland Army National Guard’s Recruit Sustainment Program has evolved throughout the years and ... Read more

1297th CSSB Trains to Sustain

October 20, 2015
The National Training Center plays host to multiple units, each looking to test their abilities to accomplish their war-time mission. One Maryland Army National Guard battalion aims to use this training to measure its staff’s command and control capabilities. Read more

Staff Sgt. Kenneth Smith: Trooper of the Quarter

October 16, 2015
The Maryland National Guard takes great pleasure in recognizing its citizen-soldiers and airmen who have interesting qualities and stand out in their military and civilian careers. This quarter, the MDNG would like to acknowledge Army Staff Sgt. Kenneth T. Smith for his outstanding work as a full-time program analyst with the Maryland National Guard and as a successful entrepreneur. Read more

Soldiers brave the heat to treat others

October 16, 2015
One of the challenges Maryland National Guard soldiers face is pausing their civilian lives to attend their two-week annual training. This training can span many different places, such as locations across the United States or it can take place overseas. Sometimes, you get a little of both. Read more