Ohio ARNG transportation units answer Louisiana’s call following Hurricane Ida
About 170 Ohio Army National Guard members from several units within the 112th Transportation Battalion were among the approximately 3,500 National Guard members from multiple states who answered Louisiana’s call for assistance after Hurricane Ida left a path of destruction through the southern state in late August. ~ Ohio National Guard photo
Mi casa es su casa: Hispanic heritage instills hard work, importance of inclusion for veteran Airman
Meet Lt. Col. Albito Lopez, a communications officer and 33-year veteran of the Air Force and Ohio Air National Guard, who learned the value of family and hard work from his parents, who moved to the United States from Puerto Rico as children in the 1950s.
Celebrating 15 years working with Serbia through State Partnership Program
Maj. Gen. John C. Harris Jr., Ohio adjutant general, introduces this video commemorating the 15th anniversary of the Ohio National Guard’s partnership with the Republic of Serbia and the Serbian Armed Forces, through the National Guard State Partnership Program.
A look at some of the Soldiers, Airmen and civilians who make up the Ohio National Guard Family.
THE OHIO NATIONAL GUARD LINEAGE LINK UP featuring
251st Cyberspace Engineering and Installation Group
HOME STATION: Springfield
PARENT UNIT: 251st Communications Group
DATE AND PLACE OF BIRTH: 5 October 1952, Springfield, Ohio
To command, organize, equip, train and administer assigned expeditionary cyberspace engineering installation and combat communication forces in support of state and federal emergencies and contingency operations.
20 years ago:
‘We’ll Do It’ Regiment first to answer call
Just weeks following the 9/11 terrorist attacks, the 1-148th Infantry Regiment was the first Ohio National Guard unit to receive federal mobilization orders for Operation Noble Eagle. It was the first time since 1952 — for the Korean War — that the 148th had been ordered into federal service.