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Utah National Guard Public Affairs

Utah National Guard Public Affairs Office



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As we work together to get through a national crisis during these unprecedented times, communication is more important than ever. The Utah National Guard's Public Affairs Office is committed to ensuring timely and relevant information is made available to our service members, their families, employers and our local communities.


Our website has quickly become a one-stop online resource. During the past year, we have added a significant amount of information, videos, workouts and many other resources. We remain committed to getting you the most important and relevant information.


The Utah National Guard continues to be a premiere organization with amazing Soldiers, Airmen, and families. We are always looking to share your story. Please feel free to contact our office at any time at ng.ut.utarng.list.pao@army.mil or (801) 432-4407.

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News Stories

Utah’s First Female General to be Awarded Legion of Merit at Retirement Ceremony
August 28, 2019

65th Field Artillery Brigade Change of Command
August 24, 2019
Change of command/responsibility ceremony for the 65th Field Artillery Brigade

300th MI Change of Command 2019
August 20, 2019
The 300th Military Intelligence Brigade Change of Command Ceremony,  August 10, 2019 at the Draper Utah National Guard Headquarters Building (U.S. Army Photo By Sgt. Nathan J. Baker)

Green Beret Citizen Soldiers make their mark at Trojan Footprint
August 13, 2019
Bulgarian Special Forces and U.S. Army Green Berets, 19th Special Forces Group (Airborne)

Colorado and Utah National Guardsman receive their German Jump wings while deployed
August 9, 2019
On August 9, 2019, four Soldiers from the 19th Special Forces Group (Airborne) returned to Utah following a six-month tour to Panzer Kaserne, Germany in support of Operation Atlantic Resolve and the European Deterrence Initiative.

Special Forces Soldiers train with Polish, Latvian allies in West Virginia
August 3, 2019
Ridge Runner is a West Virginia Army National Guard training program that provides various National Guard, active duty, and North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) ally nation armed forces with training and experience in irregular and asymmetrical warfare tactics and operations.

Five Sisters - Five Different Paths to Military Service
July 9, 2019
Five Sisters

Utah Guard Quickly Subdues Wild Fire at Camp Williams
July 7, 2019
Oak Springs Utah Fire

Utah linguists enhance Exercise Steppe Eagle 19
June 27, 2019
Spc. Gregory Thomson (far left), Utah Army National Guard, interprets for a media role player during cordon and search training with the Kazakhstani Ground Forces at Exercise Steppe Eagle 19 at Chilikemer Training Area near Almaty, Kazakhstan, June 25, 2019. Kazakhstan, the United States, the United Kingdom, Tajikistan, and Kyrgyzstan all sent participants for the exercise, while India, Turkey, and Uzbekistan sent observers. Steppe Eagle 19 is an annual U.S. Army Central-led exercise that promotes regional stability and interoperability in the Central and South Asia region.

Utah Guard Revisits Coal Hollow Fire Area to Survey Burn Scars
June 20, 2019
Major General Jeff Burton, the adjutant general; Allan Matheson, executive director of the Department of Environmental Quality; Joshua Emfield, deputy director for Congressman Curtis; Larry Ellertson, advisor to Congressman Curtis; Don Summit, engineer with Construction Facilities Management Office and other members of the Utah National Guard flew on a UH-60 Black Hawk to view the burn scar left from the Coal Hollow Fire on Loafer Mountain located at the south end of Utah County, June 19, 2019.

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