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Utah National Guard Public Affairs

Utah National Guard Public Affairs Office

801-432-4407

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Meet our team

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

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Archive: September, 2020

Joint Task Force Pioneer helps Utahns clean up wind debris
September 17, 2020
Utah Governor Gary Herbert stand with Soldiers at a debris waste collection site.

From one battalion to another: the 489th cases its colors, while the 625th unveils
September 13, 2020
Members of the Utah National Guard who were part of the 489th Brigade Support Battalion became part of the 625th Military Police Battalion during a ceremony at the Springville Readiness Center, Sep. 13, 2020

Utah National Guard’s 10th Senior Enlisted Leader retires
September 3, 2020
The Utah National Guard wished a fond farewell to  Command Sgt.  Maj. Eric Anderson during a celebratory retirement ceremony, Thursday, Sept 3.

Guardsman receives Utah Medal of Valor for heroism during mass shooting in Las Vegas
September 1, 2020
For his brave and heroic actions, Gov. Gary R. Herbert presented the Utah Medal of Valor to Sgt. Chasen Brown, Sept. 1, 2020, for his disregard to his own personal safety, on that tragic day, also known as one of the deadliest mass shootings in the United States.

Press Releases
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Archive: September, 2020

Utah National Guard responds to Utah’s windstorm emergency cleanup
September 10, 2020
A construction truck loads tree debris onto a Utah National Guard flatbed truck to be hauled away to a local landfill while a Utah National Guard soldier looks on.

CANCELLED: Utah National Guard cancels 66th Governor’s Day
September 10, 2020
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Utah Guard’s Black Hawks return to California to help fight fires
September 9, 2020
Two men, one military and one a civilian, load a water bucket onto a helicopter.

Utah National Guard Hosts 66th Governor’s Day
September 8, 2020
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