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More than 2 dozen soldiers from the Ohio Army National Guard were welcomed home Friday after serving a year overseas including seven months in Afghanistan. The soldiers were there to provide training for the Afghan National Army.
Aid is arriving in earthquake-ravaged Haiti, and the Ohio National Guard is helping to deliver it.
Over 300 soldiers with the Ohio National Guard who served a year in Iraq will be celebrating the holidays at home with their families. The troops reunited with excited family members and friends yesterday [Tuesday] at OSU.
Many married couples claim they want to share everything with their spouses. But for some local couples, that even means military service.
170 soldiers and their families said goodbye Thursday during a deployment ceremony in Marysville. The Ohio Army National Guard troops will soon travel to Iraq.
Members of the 37th Ohio National Guard Infantry Combat Battallion are making plans to return home next month. Members of the Brigade spent 2008 at military base camps in Kuwaithelping soldiers get in and out of Iraq.
149 members of the Ohio National Guard gathered at a far east side church today. The Army reserve troops are beginning a year-long deployment to Kuwait where they’ll provide support to U-S forces in southern Iraq. The send-off occurs just as the U-S begins selecting a new President and commander-in chief.
The Ohio National Guard is preparing for its largest single unit deployment since World War Two. 1600 guard members from Ohio and 950 from Michigan begin active duty this week and are headed to Kuwait to support troops in Iraq.
Governor Ted Strickland is again writing to President Bush about Ohio National Guard troops.
Ohio lawmakers are increasingly concerned over the state of the National Guard. They worry that overseas deployments are hurting the Guard’s ability to respond to local disasters.