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Utah National Guard
Utah National Guard
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19th Special Forces Group (Airborne)
65th Field Artillery Brigade
97th Aviation Troop Command
1st Battalion, 211th Aviation Regiment
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128th Mobile Public Affairs Detachment
144th Area Support Medical Company
204th Maneuver Enhancement Brigade
489th Brigade Support Battalion
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300th Military Intelligence Brigade
141st Military Intelligence Battalion (Linguist)
142nd Military Intelligence Battalion (Linguist)
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A Living Legacy in Utah
A video production about the Korean War legacy left behind and remembered in Utah. The video was produced to be shown during the Utah National Guard's 67th Annual Veterans Day Concert, which was held in the Salt Lake City Tabernacle on Temple Square, Nov. 11, 2022.
Utah National Guard in Korea
A video presentation giving some of the story of Utah's involvement in the Korean War that was produced to be shown during the 67th Annual Veterans Day Concert, which was held at the Salt Lake City Tabernacle on Temple Square, Nov. 11, 2022.
Remembering the Forgotten War
A video presentation giving an overview of the Korean War that was produced to be shown during the 67th Annual Veterans Day Concert, which was held at the Salt Lake City Tabernacle on Temple Square, Nov. 11, 2022.
Utah National Guard Best Warrior Competition
The Utah National Guard Best Warrior Competition is an annual event that brings together Soldiers and Airmen from the major commands to compete for the title of Soldier/Airman-of-the-Year, Noncommissioned Officer-of-the-Year and Senior NCO-of-the-Year. The Army winners of this competition will represent the Utah Army National Guard at the Region VII Best Warrior Competition next spring.
67th Annual Governor’s Day
The Utah National Guard hosts the 67th Annual Governor’s Day at Camp Williams, Utah, Sept. 24, 2022. Governor’s Day is a time-honored tradition that has been celebrated since 1954, excepting the past two years due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The event included a live pass in review ceremony, which allowed the Commander in Chief, Gov. Spencer J. Cox, and the Adjutant General, Maj. Gen. Michael J. Turley, Utah National Guard, a joint opportunity to inspect their troops. (U.S. Army National Guard video by Staff Sgt. Jordan Hack)
All Guard National Best Warrior Competition 2022
Fourteen of the nation’s best National Guard junior enlisted Soldiers and noncommissioned officers participate in an intensive, six-day competition throughout Tennessee to determine who will be named the Army National Guard's best-of-the-best.
Utah National Guard supports the 24th annual Spanish Fork Flag Retirement Ceremony
The Utah National Guard’s Charlie Battery, 1st Battalion, 145th Field Artillery, known as “the Animals,” were happy to continue the 24-year tradition of supporting the Spanish Fork Flag Retirement Ceremony last week at the Spanish Fork Fairgrounds. “This event is special to me because I started my military career in this community,” said Command Sgt. Maj. Spencer Nielsen, senior enlisted leader for the Utah National Guard, and longtime Spanish Fork resident. “It’s great to be a part of this, for all of the 24 years of this flag retirement's existence. I’m glad we take responsibility to pay honor to our country and to our flag at this event each year and I hope we do it for generations to come.” The Utah National Guard is a capable, skilled, community-based force comprised of approximately 7,300 trained citizen-Soldiers and Airmen who are always ready to support the community and operations worldwide. (U.S. Army video by Staff Sgt Jordan Hack)
Western Strike 22
The Utah National Guard’s 65th Field Artillery Brigade, “America’s Thunder,” made a lot of noise and kicked up a ton of dust for Western Strike 22 at Orchard Combat Training Center, Idaho, during the first part of June. The 65th FAB’s subordinate units and partners were able to get in on the action also. Approximately 2,000 National Guard Soldiers from California National Guard , Iowa National Guard , North Carolina National Guard , and Utah National Guard along with active-component Soldiers from Joint Base Lewis-McChord and Texas participated in the exercise. For nearly 10 days the sound of rumbling thunder could be heard non-stop as thousands of rounds of artillery, rockets and explosives were expended in the desert southeast of Boise. The exercise was gauged a success, increasing the participating units readiness and lethality, but just as important — it was a lot of fun! #WesternStrike22 #AlwaysReady #NationalGuard
Utah National Guard trains for wild fire season with local partners
The Utah National Guard prepares for upcoming fire season by training with the Unified Fire Authority at Camp Williams Utah, May 19, 2022. (U.S. Army National Guard video by 1st Sgt. John Etheridge)
FEMA Region VIII Homeland Response Force Collapsed Structure Venue Site Grand Opening Ceremony
The Utah National Guard FEMA Region VIII Homeland Response Force held a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new Collapsed Structure Venue Site May 10, 2022. The CSVS is one of only three military owned Urban Search and Rescue training venues west of the Rocky Mountains. This CSVS will allow both military search and extract and civilian search and rescue teams the opportunity to train together and build those necessary partnerships needed in an “all hazards” response.
Maintenance Symposium 2022
The Utah Army National Guard hosted their annual Maintenance Symposium March 21-23, 2022, at Camp Williams, Utah, that included a three day multi-state best mechanic competition. (U.S. Army National Guard video by Sgt. 1st Class CaHugh Giles)
Utah National Guard Delivers Humanitarian Aid to Nepal
Last week, members of the United States Utah Air National Guard’s 151st Air Refueling Wing, in coordination with U.S. Transportation Command (USTRANSCOM)'s Denton Program for private donations, transported lifesaving equipment and humanitarian supplies to Kathmandu, Nepal, to help reduce human suffering and assist with Nepal’s COVID-19 response. #MissionElevated #InThisTogether
ESGR Presented Awards to Civic Leaders
By Maj. Chris Kroeber
| Oct. 27, 2022
Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve presented the Seven Seals and Patriot Awards to select civic leaders at a ceremony on Wednesday. Gov. Spencer Cox received both the ESGR’s Seven Seals Award and the Patriot Award. Mr...
UTNG Best Warrior Competition Presents Top Competitors
By Spc. Shae Cox
| Oct. 24, 2022
Twenty-three Soldiers and Airmen battled mental and physical challenges as they competed for the title of Soldier/Airman of the Year, Noncommissioned Officer of the Year, and Senior NCO of the Year, during the Utah National...
Utah Honor Guard Provides Funeral Honors for WWII Airman
By Staff Sgt. Jordan Hack
| Oct. 13, 2022
Soldiers and Airmen in the Utah National Guard Honor Guard conducted funeral honors for Phillips at Utah Veterans Cemetery & Memorial Park in Bluffdale, Utah, Oct. 11, 2022. Family, friends, other service members, and first...
Utah National Guard celebrates 67th Governor’s Day after two year hiatus
By Capt. Megan Tidwell
| Sept. 26, 2022
Utah National Guard Airmen and Soldiers celebrated the 67th annual Governor’s Day after a two-year hiatus Sept. 24, 2022, at Camp Williams, Utah...
Utah Air National Guard Completes Joint Agile Combat Employment Exercise
By Master Sgt. Colton Elliott
| Sept. 8, 2022
As the Department of the Air Force continues to prioritize Agile Combat Employment , Airmen from the 151st Air Refueling Wing conducted its first joint Multi-Capable Airmen exercise at Dugway Proving Ground, Utah on Sept. 8,...
Soldiers from the Utah National Guard’s 65th Field Artillery Brigade deploy in support of Operation Enduring Freedom
By Ileen Kennedy
| Sept. 2, 2022
Approximately 10 Soldiers from Headquarters and Headquarters Battery, 65th Field Artillery Brigade, “America’s Thunder,” will deploy in support of Operation Enduring Freedom under U.S. Africa Command. The Target Acquisition...
UTNG SAPR program brings sexual assault awareness through prevention and education efforts
By Staff Sgt. Ashley Ellison
| Aug. 26, 2022
The Utah National Guard Sexual Assault Prevention and Response program hosted two three-day leadership summits at the Provo Marriott Hotel and Conference Center, July 25-28, and Aug. 23-25, 2022. More than 50 UTNG Soldiers...
142nd MI Battalion conducts evaluation exercise for National Guard Response Force
By 1st Sgt. John Etheridge
| Aug. 25, 2022
The 142nd Military Intelligence Battalion, 300th MI Brigade, conducted an evaluation exercise Aug. 20-21, 2022, for the Utah National Guard Response Force at the North Salt Lake Armory. During the exercise, Soldiers of the...
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Utah Air National Guard Airman dies during routine deployment
By Maj. Chris Kroeber
| Dec. 1, 2022
An Airman assigned to the 151st Air Refueling Wing died Nov. 29, of medical complications while on a routine deployment to Guam...
Utah National Guard to host Annual Veterans Day Concert commemorating the Korean War
By Maj. Chris Kroeber
| Nov. 9, 2022
The Utah National Guard will host the 67th annual Veterans Day Concert. This free and open-to-the-public concert will be held at the Tabernacle on Temple Square, beginning at 7 p.m., Nov. 11, 2022.This Veterans Day Concert...
Utah National Guard to conduct multi-agency disaster response exercise
By Maj. Chris Kroeber
| Nov. 6, 2022
The Utah National Guard’s Domestic Operations Office in conjunction with the Utah State Emergency Operation Center, Division of Emergency Management, is conducting a multi-agency training event at Camp Williams in Bluffdale,...