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FORT HAMILTON Soldiers and airmen with Joint Task Force Empire Shield stand in formation at Fort Hamilton. Afterward, they will spend the day standing guard


Soldiers assigned to the New York National Guard’s Joint Task Force Empire Shield clear snow from Humvees at Fort Hamilton during a major blizzard i


CHECKING IN New York Army National Guard soldiers of the 222nd Chemical Company, based at Fort Hamilton, stand on board a simulated subway car a

Life on Post

HOUSING The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ North Atlantic Division celebrated “Bring Your Daughters and Sons to Work Day” at Fort Hamilton by giving participating

Exploring the Local Area

NEW YORK CITY, NEW YORK The Arleigh Burke class destroyer USS Lassen (DDG 82) passes by U.S. Army Fort Hamilton Garrison during the 29th annual


8th MP BDE Change of Responsibility

Story by SFC John Brown on 01/12/2018 When a Brigade Command Sgt. Major passes the duties of Senior Enlisted Advisor to a successor, the command

A warfighter's logistician' takes charge of DLA Troop Support

Story by Michael Tuttle on 01/08/2018 Soon after Army Brig. Gen. Charles Hamilton took command in July 2015, he said that taking care of the

N.Y. Army National Guard Soldier dies while rescuing residents from massive New York City apartment fire

NEW YORK -- A New York Army National Guard Soldier who died in a massive apartment house fire in the Bronx on Dec. 28, i

Marne Community Spouses' Club closes record fundraising year with awards reception

Story by Kevin Larson on 12/28/2017 The Marne Community Spouses' Club capped its record-breaking fundraising year with an awards reception Thursday at Fort Stewart's 3rd

Marines say Fort McCoy an ideal place to hold cold-weather training, course is challenging'

Story by Scott Sturkol on 12/20/2017 Going into the Cold-Weather Operations Course 18-01, many of the 49 students had never experienced any type of cold-weather

Marines bolster cold-weather operating skills during course at Fort McCoy

Story by Scott Sturkol on 12/20/2017 For many of the 49 Marines who attended Fort McCoy's Cold-Weather Operations Course 18-01, it was their first time
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