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Maryland National Guard Administers More Than 100K COVID-19 Vaccines

Maryland National Guard Administers More Than 100K COVID-19 Vaccines
On April 3, 2021, Maryland National Guard members have administered more than 100,000 COVID-19 vaccine shots to Maryland citizens since early January.
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Johns Hopkins University becomes Partner in Education with Maryland National Guard

Johns Hopkins University becomes Partner in Education with Maryland National Guard
A formal agreement between the Maryland National Guard and Johns Hopkins University was signed during a virtual ceremony today making them the 40th Partner in Education.
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Johns Hopkins University becomes Partner in Education with Maryland National Guard

Johns Hopkins University becomes Partner in Education with Maryland National Guard
The Maryland National Guard proudly announces the virtual signing of a formal agreement with Johns Hopkins University Feb 26 at 10 a.m. as the university becomes the 40th Partner in Education. For members of the MDNG enrolled with Johns Hopkins, this new partnership provides an instant 50% tuition discount for the first six credits of undergraduate study and up to ...
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Maryland National Guard vaccinates over 25,000 citizens

Maryland National Guard vaccinates over 25,000 citizens
BALTIMORE (February 12, 2021) —Maryland National Guard members have administered more than 25,000 Covid-19 vaccine shots to Maryland citizens since early January. MDNG Soldiers and Airmen working as mobile vaccination support teams have provided continued support to county health departments at sites in Anne Arundel, Baltimore, Cecil, Carroll, Charles, Prince George’s, St. Mary’s, and Talbot Counties as well as the city ...
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MD Guard Supports First Mass Vaccination Site

MD Guard Supports First Mass Vaccination Site
Maryland Lt. Governor Boyd K. Rutherford and U.S. Army Brig. Gen. Janeen L. Birckhead, commander of the Maryland Army National Guard, visited one of the state’s first COVID-19 mass vaccination sites at Six Flags America in Bowie, Maryland, on Feb. 6, 2021.
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58th EMIB Returns Home From Deployment

58th EMIB Returns Home From Deployment
TOWSON, Md. – More than 130 Citizen-Soldiers from the Maryland Army National Guard’s 58th Expeditionary Military Intelligence Brigade and 629th Expeditionary Military Intelligence Battalion, have returned home from a nine-month deployment to Afghanistan, in support of Operation Inherent Resolve.
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Defense Force Plays Important Role

Defense Force Plays Important Role
As the Maryland National Guard Joint Staff works diligently to serve the state and combat the impacts of COVID-19, they are supported by members of the Maryland Defense Force. The Joint Staff serves as the Joint Force Headquarters for the MDNG. It’s also the Joint Staff’s job to assist the adjutant general of Maryland in exercising authority and direction over ...
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Maryland National Guard Soldiers Return From the Capitol

Maryland National Guard Soldiers Return From the Capitol
About 800 members of the Maryland National Guard returned to Maryland Jan. 30 from the District of Columbia after supporting law enforcement in the nation’s capital.
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Maryland National Guard on duty in DC to support inauguration

Maryland National Guard on duty in DC to support inauguration
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT:Maj. Kurt RauschenbergMaryland National Guard Public Affairs Officeng.md.mdarng.list.pao@mail.milPhone: 410-576-6179   WASHINGTON (January 15, 2021) — Approximately 800 members of the Maryland National Guard are on duty in Washington to support the 59th presidential inauguration with a Maryland general officer taking a critical role in the effort. Army Brig. Gen. Janeen Birckhead, assistant adjutant  Read the Rest...
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Maryland Guard to Support State Vaccination Efforts

Maryland Guard to Support State Vaccination Efforts
More than 140 Maryland National Guard members began supporting the Maryland Department of Health today with COVID-19 vaccinations. MDNG Soldiers and Airmen are gearing-up to form mobile vaccination support teams, which will provide support to county health departments with vaccinations during the global pandemic.
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