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Getting to know Camp Guernsey’s newest battalion commander: Lt. Col. Cole Kelly

Camp Guernsey Joint Training Center welcomes Lt. Col. Cole Kelly as the new commander for the 1st Modular Training Battalion, 213th Regional Training Institute in Guernsey, Wyo. Having assumed command on Nov. 7, Kelly is responsible for training Field Artillery non-commissioned officers, Raven un-crewed aerial… Read More »Getting to know Camp Guernsey’s newest battalion commander: Lt. Col. Cole Kelly

820th Base Defense Group – Joined to Fight

This video was created to showcase the capabilities of the 820th Base Defense Group while completing a training exercise at Camp Guernsey Joint Training Center, Guernsey, Wyo. Airmen from the 105th Security Forces Squadron, Stewart Air National Guard Base, Newburgh, NY., also participated in the training.

ACFT instructors certify

Twenty-four soldiers from around the Cowboy State met with Master Fitness Instructor Staff Sgt. Kari Brafford recently to certify for grading the Army Combat Fitness Test, the new way for evaluating the physical readiness of troops. “The days of getting off the couch a month… Read More »ACFT instructors certify

Refuelers Pass Muster

Headquarters Service Company Readiness NCO Sgt. 1st Class Kandy Gorsuch of the 960th Brigade Support Battalion inspected the fueling line organized by Petroleum Supply Specialist Pvt. Annabelle Mowery during annual training at Camp Guernsey on Sunday, June 16. While the team of nervous soldiers waited, Gorsuch eventually gave a thumbs up.

Camp Guernsey ITAM innovation gets national attention

Every day is Earth day for Camp Guernsey Joint Training Center’s Integrated Training Area Management (ITAM), the team responsible for repairing and rehabilitating large acreages of land damaged by hundreds of heavy military vehicles maneuvering in more than 70,000 acres.

Smith Ranch Road dedicated at Camp Guernsey training area

Every Soldier in the Wyoming Army National Guard knows our training area well. From field training exercises to weapons qualification, we all have a story about the north training area.

But how often have we convoyed down the lonely stretch of dirt road and thought about the historical significance of the places where we now train?

What are the stories of those who walked the land before us?

New Wyo. Cowboy ChalleNGe director: former UW player takes on next ChalleNGE

Eric Brooks’ stature and demeanor tend to command respect without much having to be said. As the new director for the Wyoming Cowboy ChalleNGe Academy, a 5 1/2 month residential program for at-risk youth, the 6-foot-2, 250-pound, former bowl-winning defensive lineman for the University of Wyoming portrays the calm, self-assured, courageous strength that the WCCA staff aims to instill in cadets enrolled in the program.

Mentorship is vital phase of ChalleNGe program

While the spotlight shines bright on the 5 ½ month residential phase of the Wyoming Cowboy ChalleNGe Academy’s program for at-risk youth, an often overlooked component provides just as much value.

The mentorship program provides an accountability partner and role model for cadets before, during and for a year after the residential phase of the program.

Camp Guernsey hosts eclipse balloon project

Artillery rounds, hand grenades and C-130 cargo planes are a few of the things you might see flying at Camp Guernsey Joint Training Center any given day, but now you can add high altitude balloons to the list.

New faces at Camp Guernsey

While thousands of soldiers, airmen and Marines were getting better at what they do at Camp Guernsey Joint Training Center this spring, without a hitch, a new era of camp leadership took its place at the helm.