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    2016 Virginia Floods

    2016 Virginia Floods

    06.24.2016 | Photo by Cotton Puryear
    Virginia National Guard Soldiers assigned to the Staunton-based 116th Infantry Brigade Combat Team conduct damage assessments June 24, 2016, in...
    2016 Virginia Floods

    2016 Virginia Floods

    06.24.2016 | Photo by Cotton Puryear
    Virginia National Guard Soldiers assigned to the Staunton-based 116th Infantry Brigade Combat Team conduct damage assessments June 24, 2016, in...

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    Sgt. Matthew Barry

    Sgt. Matthew Barry

    10.27.2011 | Courtesy Video
    Sgt. Matthew Barry sends a greeting to Arlington, Virginia from Zabul, Afghanistan for Thanksgiving 2011

    Recent News Stories

    National Guard set to activate cyber units

    National Guard set to activate cyber units

    12.09.2015 | Courtesy Story
    As part of ongoing growth of cyber forces throughout the Department of Defense, the National Guard announced plans to activate 13 additional cyber...

    Combined arms live fire challenges the 116th IBCT

    07.10.2015 | Courtesy Story
    For the first time in many years, the 116th Infantry Brigade Combat Team performed a company live fire exercise during the Multi-echelon Integrate Brigade Training exercise at Fort Drum, New York, June 6-20. “The Guard has not seen training like this in many years,” said Col. William Coffin, commander of the 116th Infantry Brigade Combat Team. “The training is an outstanding exercise that provides opportunities to company commanders in...

    116th IBCT sets out for Fort Drum in largest...

    06.30.2015 | Story by Sgt. Joanna Greene
    More than 1,600 Soldiers of the 116th Infantry Brigade Combat Team and more than 1,000 pieces of their heavy equipment traveled to Fort Drum, New York, June 6, 71 years after the brigade landed on Omaha Beach. In the largest movement of brigade assets since World War II, the Staunton-based 116th IBCT Headquarters and five of its battalions made the long haul to participate in the first Multi-echelon Integrated Brigade Training run by First...

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