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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

Results:
Archive: July, 2022

Utah National Guard supports the 24th annual Spanish Fork Flag Retirement Ceremony
July 15, 2022
Soldier salutes flags in a fire pit during a flag retirement ceremony.

Utah Guard hosts 60th annual Freedom Academy
July 15, 2022
High school students stand with hands over heart.

Utah National Guard opens new Special Operations Live-Fire Shoot House
July 11, 2022
Left to right: Command Sgt. Maj. Spencer Nielsen, senior enlisted leader, Utah National Guard; Troy Carr, Herriman City Chief of Police; and Sgt. Josh Jennings, Herriman City Police tour the Special Operations Forces Live-Fire Shoot House (SOF LFSH) after the ribbon-cutting ceremony at Camp Williams, Utah, July 11, 2022.

Press Releases
Results:
Archive: July, 2022

Utah National Guard opens new Special Operations Live-Fire Shoot House
July 10, 2022
Left to right: Command Sgt. Maj. Spencer Nielsen, senior enlisted leader, Utah National Guard; Troy Carr, Herriman City Chief of Police; and Sgt. Josh Jennings, Herriman City Police tour the Special Operations Forces Live-Fire Shoot House (SOF LFSH) after the ribbon-cutting ceremony at Camp Williams, Utah, July 11, 2022.