Vermont National Guard Logo Photos
Maj. Gen. Greg Knight, Vermont Adjutant General, hosted 12 members of the Vermont Legislature for a tour of the Ethan Allen Firing Range on Sept. 20, in Jericho, Vermont. Legislators received an information brief from range control, visited the new Army Mountain Warfare School facility, observed AMWS training, and met with members of the Vermont National Guard Biathlon Team. (U.S. Army National Guard photo by Capt. Mikel Arcovitch)
Maj. Gen. Greg Knight, Vermont's adjutant general, presents a coin to Ralph McClintock during the POW/MIA Day observance at Camp Johnson, Vermont, on Sept. 16, 2022. POW/MIA Day is observed the third Friday of September to honor veterans who were held as prisoners of war or who were missing in action. McClintock, one of 83 Sailors aboard the U.S.S. Pueblo when North Korean forces captured the ship, was held hostage by the North Korean army for 11 months.  (U.S. Army National Guard photo by Don Branum)
Maj. Travis Myers, secretary for the general staff, Joint Force Headquarters-Vermont National Guard, delivers opening remarks during the POW/MIA Day observance at Camp Johnson, Vermont, on Sept. 16, 2022. POW/MIA Day is observed the third Friday of September to honor veterans who were held as prisoners of war or who were missing in action. (U.S. Army National Guard photo by Don Branum)
Clyde Cassidy and William Busier speak to each other before the annual POW/MIA Day ceremony at Camp Johnson, Vermont, on Sept. 16, 2022. POW/MIA Day is observed on the third Friday of each September to honor veterans who were held as prisoners of war or who are missing in action. Cassidy was held by Nazis for 15 months, including a 70-day forced march across parts of Europe. Busier was held at Stalag Luft 4 in Poland for nine months. (U.S. Army National Guard photo by Don Branum)
Richard H. Hamilton and William B. Busier speak before the POW/MIA Day observance at Camp Johnson, Vermont, on Sept. 16, 2022. POW/MIA Day is observed the third Friday of September to honor veterans who were held as prisoners of war or who were missing in action. Hamilton was held at Stalag Luft 4 in Poland for 9 months. Busier was held at Stalag Luft 9A for six months. (U.S. Army National Guard photo by Don Branum)
Randall Roberts greets William B. Busier after the POW/MIA Day observance at Camp Johnson, Vermont, on Sept. 16, 2022. POW/MIA Day is observed the third Friday of September to honor veterans who were held as prisoners of war or who were missing in action. Busier was captured by Nazi Germans and held at Stalag Luft 9A for six months. Roberts is former commander of the Col. Donald G. Cook chapter of the Disabled American Veterans charity. (U.S. Army National Guard photo by Don Branum)
Col. Daniel Finnegan, commander of the Vermont Air National Guard's 158th Maintenance Group, speaks with Clyde Cassidy after the POW/MIA Day observance at Camp Johnson, Vermont, on Sept. 16, 2022. POW/MIA Day is observed the third Friday of September to honor veterans who were held as prisoners of war or who were missing in action. Cassidy is a World War II POW who was who endured a 70-day forced march across parts of Europe at the hands of the Nazis. (U.S. Army National Guard photo by Don Branum)
Chaplain (Maj.) Richard Weinhagen, a chaplain with the Vermont State Guard, places a candle at the POW/MIA table during the POW/MIA Day observance at Camp Johnson, Vermont, on Sept. 16, 2022. POW/MIA Day is observed the third Friday of September to honor veterans who were held as prisoners of war or who were missing in action. (U.S. Army National Guard photo by Don Branum)
Vermont Army National Guard Soldiers and Airmen begin running towards the firing line during the 2022 Adjutant General's Combat Marksmenship Competition. The competitors must sprint 100 yards to the firing line to elevate their heart rates before firing at a 12 inch target from 200 yards. (U.S. Army National Guard photo by Sgt. 1st Class Jason Alvarez)
A vermont Army National Guard Soldier fire his M-17 during the individual pistol competition at the Vermont Adjutant General's 2022 Combat Marksmanship Competition held at the Ethan Allen Firing Range September 10-11, in Jericho Vermont.  (U.S. Army National Guard photo by Sgt. 1st Class Jason Alvarez)
Soldiers and Airmen get their safety brief before the machine gun competition at the Vermont Adjutant General's annual Combat Marksmanship Competition held at the Ethan Allen Firing Range in Jericho Vermont, September 10-11. (U.S. Army National Guard photo by Sgt. 1st Class Jason Alvarez)
Solder marks finishing time on roster.
Group photo of competitors.
Competitors begin race up Mt. Mansfield Toll Road.
Competitors begin race up Mt. Mansfield Toll Road.
Soldier runs up steep incline along Mt. Mansfield Toll Road.
John Brutzman, the substance abuse prevention coordinator for the Vermont National Guard, stands in front of the Fallen Heroes Memorial at Camp Johnson, Vermont, on Sept. 8, 2022. The 22 flags at the memorial represent the approximately 22 veterans lost to suicide every day. Brutzman, a native of Montclair, New Jersey, also serves as a suicide prevention coordinator as needed. (U.S. Army National Guard photo by Don Branum)
John Brutzman, the substance abuse prevention coordinator for the Vermont National Guard, plants flags in front of the Vermont Veterans Memorial at Camp Johnson, Vermont, on Sept. 8, 2022. Brutzman, a native of Montclair, New Jersey, also serves as a suicide prevention coordinator. (U.S. Army National Guard photo by Don Branum)
John Brutzman, the substance abuse prevention coordinator for the Vermont National Guard, plants flags in front of the Vermont Veterans Memorial at Camp Johnson, Vermont, on Sept. 8, 2022. Brutzman, a native of Montclair, New Jersey, also serves as a suicide prevention coordinator. (U.S. Army National Guard photo by Don Branum)
A photo of 1st Lt. Kelsey Flannery, an F-35A Lightning II pilot assigned to the 134th Fighter Squadron of the Vermont Air National Guard's 158th Fighter Wing, returns from a training mission from South Burlington Air National Guard Base, Vermont, Sept. 7, 2022. Flannery, who is the Air National Guard's first female F-35 pilot, made her first flight with the 158th after returning from three years of flight training. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Master Sgt. Ryan Campbell)