1-148th Infantry Regiment conducts trial of new Army Combat Fitness Test
Soldiers with 1st Battalion, 148th Infantry Regiment conducted a field trial of the new Army Combat Fitness Test at Camp James A. Garfield in Newton Falls, Ohio. The 1-148th was one of seven National Guard battalions from across the U.S. chosen to participate in the trial and provide feedback before it becomes the standard Army-wide in October 2020.
200th RED HORSE at tip of the spear for second year of Camp Kamassa project in Mississippi
The 200th RED HORSE Squadron recently assisted in the construction of Mississippi’s first fully accessible year-round camp facility for children and adults with serious illnesses, physical and mental challenges, and other special needs, through the Department of Defense’s Innovative Readiness Training (IRT) Program.
Airman battling rare cancer found in less than 25 people worldwide
Meet Master Sgt. Charlotte Ortiz, the assistant recruiting and retention superintendent for Headquarters, Ohio Air National Guard in Columbus, Ohio, who is fighting Extramedullary Granulocytic Sarcoma with Central Nervous System Involvement (EGS/CNSI), an extremely rare form of cancer.
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Building a Warrant Officer: Ohio’s Reserve Component Warrant Officer Candidate School
Chief Warrant Officer 5 Jay K. Stuckman, the state command chief warrant officer for the Ohio Army National Guard, talks about Ohio’s Reserve Component-Warrant Officer Candidate School, which has produced more than 130 warrant officers since it began in 2006. Those who graduate WOCS become the newest members of an elite group that comprises only 2% of the OHARNG.
A look at some of the Soldiers, Airmen and civilians who make up the Ohio National Guard Family.
THE OHIO NATIONAL GUARD LINEAGE LINK UP featuring
Company D, 1st Battalion, 148th Infantry Regiment
HOME STATION: Sandusky ~ Date and Place of Birth: 21 June 1920, Port Clinton, Ohio
To close with and destroy enemy forces using fire, maneuver and shock effect, or to repel his assault by fire and counterattack.
1924 Lorain-Sandusky Tornado
In June 1924, a deadly F4 tornado struck the Lake Erie shoreline communities of Sandusky and Lorain, Ohio. The Ohio National Guard was dispatched to the scene within nine hours to help with rescue work, caring for the injured, guarding property and protecting against vandalism.