Ohioans Serving Ohioans: Support to Ohio's hospitals
The staffing support provided by the Ohio National Guard and State Defense Force was the helping hand that many hospitals and communities needed during the spike of COVID-19 cases around the state from December into early this year.
179th AW’s “Flying Legacy” tribute ceremony celebrates more than 70 years in Mansfield
After being selected to become the nation's first Air National Guard cyberspace wing, the 179th Airlift Wing marked its upcoming transition by honoring its 70 years as a flying unit during a "Flying Legacy" tribute ceremony.
Portsmouth readiness center rededicated following renovations
The Sgt. Edward S. Doan Armory in Portsmouth was rededicated following the completion of a two-year, $1.8-millon renovation. It is the first of about 20 facilities in the state scheduled for updates over the next few years.
Inside the revised Army Combat Fitness Test
As part of the implementation of the revised Army Combat Fitness Test, Active Guard Reserve Soldiers are to begin taking the ACFT for record this October, followed by traditional ARNG members in April 2023.
Staff Sgt. Geffry Gehrlich &
Master Sgt. Shaun Ruvoldt ~
Ohio Army National Guard namestop
recruiters for 2021
Lt. Col. Albito Lopez ~
‘Mi casa es su casa’:
Hispanic heritage instills hard work, importance
of inclusion for veteran Airman
Spc. John Owen ~
Living the American Dream: Military has provided
family, friends, career for South Korean immigrant
Senior Master Sgt. Mark Schneider ~
200th RED HORSE member is senior
NCOof year for Air National Guard
Master Sgt. Aaron Foy ~
military police, Soldier now trains others
in sexual assault awareness, prevention
Senior Master Sgt. Brianne Forrester
Air Guard victim advocate strives for
safe space for those who need help
California wild fires:
178th Wing sensor
operator’s support saves hundreds of
lives during California wildfires
Second Lt. Colleen O’Callaghan
Ohio’s first female infantry officer serves on
the front lines during COVID-19 pandemic
Spcs. Gabriel Kirk (left) and Javier Roman
Ohio Guard members build bridges over
language barriers at food bank
ONG HISTORY | THIS DAY / WEEK
A Look in the Attic
In Through the Lens, a unit photo from 1939 includes Capt. Addison Baker, who nearly four years later would earn the Medal of Honor; in Week in Review, the Ohio National Guard is drafted into service for World War I; and In Their Own Words recounts the activities of the 4th Ohio Volunteer Infantry after landing at Puerto Rico in 1898 during the War with Spain.
BUCKEYE GUARD ARCHIVES
Inside the May/June Online Publication
The application deadline for the Nov. 12, 2022, controlled deer hunt at Camp James A. Garfield Joint Military Training Center is Aug. 12. All active, Reserve and retired service members are eligible to apply for the random drawing. This is the only controlled deer hunt scheduled for 2022 at the installation.