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    102d Public Affairs Detachment      

    Jackson, MS, US  

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    Passing the Colors

    Passing the Colors

    04.30.2021 | Photo by Pfc. Jarvis Mace
    Sgt. Maj. Dexter Johnson, outgoing sergeant major of 210th Finance Battalion, receives colors from 1st Sgt. Stephanie Johnson, First Sergeant of...
    Clutching the Colors

    Clutching the Colors

    05.01.2021 | Photo by Pfc. Jarvis Mace
    Sgt. Maj., Angela Ellis, incoming sergeant major of 210th Finance Battalion, holds colors during the unit’s change of responsibility May 1,...
    Loaded Up!

    Loaded Up!

    01.13.2021 | Photo by Pfc. Jarvis Mace
    Staff Sgt. Audrianna Ratliff, a squad leader of the 114th Military Police Company, Mississippi Army National Guard, hands out magazines to her...

    Recent Videos

    Recent News Stories

    Dixie Thunder’s Bright Future

    05.09.2020 | Story by Pfc. Jarvis Mace
    OXFORD, Miss. - The historic University of Mississippi’s Army Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) commissioned three more second lieutenants during a commissioning ceremony May 9, 2020, at the Patricia C. Lamar National Guard Readiness Center.

    Greer Chapel Gets an Upgrade

    04.13.2020 | Story by Pfc. Jarvis Mace
    CAMP SHELBY JOINT FORCES TRAINING CENTER - Sitting on a hill near Camp Shelby's parade field lies a small church which most Soldiers training here recognize as Greer Chapel. For 16 years, the Chapel has served as a spiritual haven for thousands of troops. Greer Chapel has recently been renovated to stay up-to-date with today's modern military.

    Mississippi more prepared for natural disaster...

    03.09.2020 | Story by Sgt. Scott Tynes
    CAMP SHELBY, Miss. – It’s been nearly 20 years since Hurricane Katrina ripped through Mississippi with high winds and lashing sheets of rain causing billions of dollars in structural damage and impossible-to-calculate emotional costs. Those memories drove the Soldiers and Airmen of Joint Task Force Trident, most of whom weathered the storm, during Patriot South 2020 Feb. 28 to March 6.

    Family, Both In and Out of Uniform: A story of...

    11.15.2019 | Story by Pfc. Jarvis Mace
    The National Guard encourages Soldiers to build a close relationship with one another in order to accomplish missions more efficiency. Many times, these relationships grow on to be called “military families”. So, what happens if the Soldier is actually family? Members of the Lee-Price family, who currently serve in the Mississippi Army National Guard, are among those who can claim both.

    Recent Audio

    Say It With Music

    09.17.2016 | Audio by Spc. Dharron Collins
    Mississippi National Guard Family Programs sponsored an event called "Say It With Music". This workshop is just one of many free events offered to...

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    Southern Strike Logo

    Southern Strike Logo

    12.15.2017 | Graphics by Sgt. Shawn Keeton
    Southern Strike is a large-scale, joint multinational combat exercise that provides comprehensive tactical level training with emphasis on...
    Southern Strike Logo

    Southern Strike Logo

    12.15.2017 | Graphics by Sgt. Shawn Keeton
    Southern Strike is a large-scale, joint multinational combat exercise that provides comprehensive tactical level training with emphasis on...