The North Dakota Air National Guard's base near Hector International Airport, here, is one of more than 600 military installations that will be assessed in the coming months for possible environmental concerns related to a foam used to fight fires.
A North Dakota Army National Guard unit has received an alert notification for possible mobilization. About 60 members of the 136th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion (CSSB), which is based in Devils Lake, North Dakota, were placed in an alert status. The decision to mobilize this unit has not yet occurred, but upon a final decision, an official Department of the Army mobilization order will be published.
The North Dakota National Guard's Fargo-based 119th Wing, known as the Happy Hooligans, has a long history of supporting and defending our state and nation. Beyond supporting military operations and ensuring the wellbeing of American citizens, the unit also has plays a positive role in impacting the local community. On Thursday, Col. Kent Olson, commander of the 119th Wing, will attend and participate in a press conference meant to share more...
About 45 Soldiers and Airmen from the North Dakota National Guard's domestic operations section will participate in a severe storm emergency exercise March 7-8 at the organization's headquarters at Fraine Barracks. Working with multiple state agencies, the Guardsmen will validate emergency plans and exercise capabilities the state can provide during a tornado response scenario.