About the Wyoming Army Guard
The Wyoming Army National Guard’s more than 1,500 soldiers live in every Wyoming county and work in one of 16 Wyoming communities.
The soldiers fall under four major commands:
Joint Force Headquarters, 94th Troop Command, 115th Field Artillery Brigade, and the 213th Regional Training Institute.
Joint Force Headquarters
Wyoming Army National Guard Medical Detachment
Recruiting and Retention Battalion
Wyoming Army National Guard Training Center Command
94th Troop Command
67th Army Band
133rd Engineer Company
C Company, 1st Battalion, 297th Infantry Regiment
G Company, 2nd Battalion, 211th Aviation
197th Public Affairs Detachment
Detachment 6, B Company, 2nd Battalion, 245th Aviation Regiment
Headquarters and Headquarters Battery, 115th Field Artillery Brigade
148th Signal Company
HHB, 2nd Battalion, 300th Field Artillery
A Battery, 2nd Battalion, 300th Field Artillery Regiment
B Battery, 2nd Battalion, 300th Field Artillery Regiment
Headquarters, 920th Forward Support Company
Detachment 1, 920th Foward Support Company
HHC, 960th Brigade Support Battalion
A Company, 960th Brigade Support Battalion
B Company, 960th Brigade Support Battalion
213th Regiment, Wyoming Regional Training Institute
1st Battalion, 213th Field Artillery
2nd Battalion, 213th General Support
Did you Know?
The Wyoming Army National Guard’s first unit, Company A, 1st Wyoming Regiment was established in 1888, in Laramie.
The first federal mobilization of a Wyoming Army National Guard unit was in 1898 for the Spanish-American War.
Wyoming Army National Guard’s 300th Armored Field Artillery was one of the most decorated units to fight in the Korean War.
The organization used to train every summer at Pole Mountain, between Cheyenne and Laramie before Camp Guernsey was established.
The Wyoming Army National Guard’s 133rd Engineer Company built Lake Wyoming, a W-shaped reservoir in Iraq, while deployed for Operation Iraqi Freedom in 2005.
C Company, 5th Battalion, 159th General Aviation Support Brigade, or as we call them, “Charlie Med” is the most deployed Wyoming Army National Guard unit.