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Soldiers with the 172nd Law Enforcement Detachment conduct a DUI traffic stop during a training exercise at the Camp Ethan Allen Training Site in Jericho, Vermont, Jan. 15, 2021. The detachment's Soldiers are certified in standard field sobriety testing by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. (U.S. Army National Guard photo by Capt. Shawn Slaney)
Sgt. Katelyn Durfee detains an aggressive individual during a training scenario Jan. 16, 2021, at the Camp Ethan Allen Training Site in Jericho, Vermont. Scenarios during the training day included a domestic dispute, a traffic stop, and a criminal investigation. (U.S. Army National Guard photo by Don Branum)
Sgt. Katelyn Durfee attempts to break up an argument during a training exercise at the Camp Ethan Allen Training Site in Jericho, Vermont, on Jan. 16, 2021. Soldiers with the 172nd Law Enforcement Detachment were evaluated on handling domestic disturbances as well as conducting traffic stops and investigating criminal activity. (U.S. Army National Guard photo by Don Branum)
Pvt. Jonas Schroeder conducts a traffic stop on the Camp Ethan Allen Training Site in Jericho, Vermont, during a task evaluation Jan. 16, 2021. Schroeder and other Soldiers with the 172nd Law Enforcement Detachment are training on law enforcement duties in preparation for a deployment in support of U.S. Army Europe and Africa. (U.S. Army National Guard photo by Don Branum)
Cpl. Aiden Flynn and Spc. Jamie Burdge compare notes while investigating a stolen cell phone during a training exercise Jan. 16, 2021, at the Camp Ethan Allen Training Site in Jericho, Vermont. Flynn and Burdge are military policemen with the 172nd Law Enforcement Detachment, which is training in preparation for a deployment to support U.S. Army Europe and Africa. (U.S. Army National Guard photo by Don Branum)
Staff Sgt. Katie Cimmino conducts a guardmount briefing during a 172nd Law Enforcement Detachment training exercise Jan. 16, 2021, at the Camp Ethan Allen Training Site in Jericho, Vermont. A team with 1st Army's 2-315th Brigade Engineer Battalion evaluated detachment Soldiers on their performance of tasks they will need when they deploy to support U.S. Army Europe. (U.S. Army National Guard photo by Don Branum)
Approximately 100 Vermont National Guardsmen will deploy to Washington, D.C., to support inauguration efforts the week of Jan. 18, 2021. In this photo, the American flag flies at half-staff over the U.S. Capitol Jan. 11 in honor of Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick, who was killed during the riot Jan. 6.
Air Force Senior Master Sgt. Jeremiah Brooks receives a COVID-19 vaccine from Air Force Lt. Col. Amber Macrae during the Vermont National Guard’s vaccine rollout Jan. 7, 2021, at Camp Johnson, Vermont. Brooks, a security forces manager with the Air National Guard’s 158th Security Forces Squadron, said he volunteered to receive the vaccine because it’s the right thing to do for his family and his squadron. Macrae is a nurse anesthetist for the ANG’s 158th Medical Group.
Air Force Lt. Col. Amber Macrae injects Air Force Tech. Sgt. Eric Boudro with a dose of COVID-19 vaccine during the Vermont National Guard's vaccine rollout Jan. 7, 2021, at Camp Johnson, Vermont. Boudro, a security forces NCO with the Air National Guard's 158th Security Forces Squadron, said he is getting the vaccine to protect his loved ones. Macrae is a nurse anesthesist with the Vermont Air National Guard's 158th Medical Group.
Capt. Lewis Lizotte receives a dose of COVID-19 vaccine from Lt. Col. Sarah Davis during the Vermont National Guard's vaccine rollout Jan. 7, 2021, at Camp Johnson, Vermont. Lizotte, who is assigned to Joint Force Headquarters Vermont but is currently working as a contact tracer, said he volunteered to receive the shot to protect his family. Davis is a registered nurse and the officer in charge of immunizations for the Air National Guard's 158th Medical Group.
Senior Airman Sara Basiliere injects Spc. Bareden Langmaid with a dose of COVID-19 vaccine during the Vermont National Guard's vaccine rollout at Camp Johnson, Vermont, Jan. 7, 2021. Langmaid, a construction equipment repair specialist with Echo Company, 5-72nd Brigade Engineer Battalion, said he received the shot to help mitigate his COVID-19 risk while he works on sample testing. Basiliere is an immunology specialist with the Vermont Air National Guard's 158th Medical Group.
Air Force Lt. Col. Sarah Davis, right, injects Air Force Senior Airman Evanna Dober with a dose of COVID-19 vaccine during the second day of vaccine rollout at Camp Johnson, Vermont, Jan. 6, 2021. Dober, a munitions specialist with the 158th Maintenance Squadron, is currently on active duty to conduct contact tracing and said she wanted to receive the vaccine in order to reduce her risk of contracting the disease. Davis is a registered nurse and officer in charge of immunizations for the 158th Medical Group.
Spc. Selebika Saniyo poses for a photograph after receiving the first of two COVID-19 vaccinations at Camp Johnson, Vermont, Jan. 6, 2021. Saniyo, an automated logistics specialist with the 158th Brigade Support Battalion, said he volunteered to receive the shot because he wants to gain immunity from COVID-19 and trusts the Vermont National Guard's medical personnel. The second dose of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine is administered four weeks after the first shot, and a person gains effective immunity three to four weeks after the second shot.
Staff Sgt. Yolande Allen receives a dose of COVID-19 vaccine from Douglas Sutton during a vaccine rollout at Camp Johnson, Vermont, Jan. 4, 2021. The Vermont National Guard received 200 doses of the Moderna vaccine in late December. Allen is a performer with the 40th Army Band who specializes in flute, tenor saxophone, and vocals. Sutton is a registered nurse with the University of Vermont Medical Center.
Sgt. Stephen Maynus prepares a dose of COVID-19 vaccine for delivery during a vaccine deployment at Camp Johnson, Vermont, Jan. 4, 2021. Thirty Soldiers and Airmen received vaccinations Jan. 4, with more shots scheduled for Jan. 6 and Jan. 8. Maynus is a health care clinic NCO with the Vermont Army National Guard Medical Detachment.
World War II veteran Lenny Roberge, Vermont’s oldest living veteran, prepares to hand out to Airmen present apple pie he baked in appreciation for receiving a flag flown in the F-35, at a small ceremony outside his nursing home in South Burlington, Vt., Dec. 22, 2020. In order to honor Roberge, Airmen from the 158th Fighter Wing had a flag flown in an F-35 during a combat training sortie over the mountains of Vermont and New York. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Senior Master Sgt. Michael Davis)
World War II veteran Lenny Roberge, Vermont’s oldest living veteran, prepares to hand out to Airmen present apple pie he baked in appreciation for receiving a flag flown in the F-35, at a small ceremony outside his nursing home in South Burlington, Vt., Dec. 22, 2020. In order to honor Roberge, Airmen from the 158th Fighter Wing had a flag flown in an F-35 during a combat training sortie over the mountains of Vermont and New York. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Senior Master Sgt. Michael Davis)
Col. Adam Rice (left), vice wing commander of the 158th Fighter Wing, Vermont Air National Guard, thanks WWII veteran Lenny Roberge, Vermont’s oldest living veteran, for his military service at a small ceremony in South Burlington, Vt., Dec. 22, 2020. In order to honor Roberge, Airmen from the 158th Fighter Wing had a flag flown in an F-35 during a combat training sortie over the mountains of Vermont and New York. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Senior Master Sgt. Michael Davis)
World War II veteran Lenny Roberge, Vermont’s oldest living veteran, says a few words of thanks to the Airmen of the Vermont Air National Guard at a small ceremony outside his nursing home in South Burlington, Vt., Dec. 22, 2020. In order to honor Roberge, Airmen from the 158th Fighter Wing had a flag flown in an F-35 during a combat training sortie over the mountains of Vermont and New York. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Senior Master Sgt. Michael Davis)
Col. Adam Rice (left), vice wing commander of the 158th Fighter Wing, Vermont Air National Guard, presents a flag flown in the F-35A Lightning II to WWII veteran Lenny Roberge, Vermont’s oldest living veteran, outside his nursing home in South Burlington, Vt., Dec. 22, 2020. In order to honor Roberge, Airmen from the 158th Fighter Wing had a flag flown in an F-35 during a combat training sortie over the mountains of Vermont and New York. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Senior Master Sgt. Michael Davis)