Besides starting some familiarization training a few months prior to the competition, most of the competitors only have a basic knowledge of these events. Some haven’t had to do any since basic combat training. The weapon systems especially. A good portion of guard soldiers only… Read More »Wyoming Soldiers compete in Best Warrior Competition
Porter gave credit to the engineers that worked hard on the sidewalk, as well as the Town of Guernsey. “You made the community look nicer and safer, certainly for those of us that are on the Camp. It would have been so easy to say,… Read More »New sidewalk opens to connect Town of Guernsey and Camp Guernsey
Kelly signs the recertification for Soldiers, which occurs annually. Comprehensive NGRF training happens at least quarterly, but can be added to Mission Essential Tasks that are performed more often. The 133rd is the unit designated as the NGRF, and has been training every year for… Read More »133rd Engineer Company completes recertification for reaction force training
All of this can be coordinated from a specific location. The Tactical Operations Center (TOC) is the central area where all of the preparation and communication happens. You know when the rockets are about to fire if you are standing near the area as you… Read More »Field artillery conducts live-fire exercise
CAMP GUERNSEY JOINT TRAINING CENTER, Wyo. – An out-of-state trainee present for training tested positive for COVID-19 at Camp Guernsey. This individual was immediately isolated following the recognition of symptoms until being transported to home station. All individuals who made contact with this individual have… Read More »Out-of-state trainee tests positive for COVID-19
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.
The Montana Air National Guard’s 219th RED HORSE Squadron spent most of August at Camp Guernsey Joint Training Center upgrading the tactical air strip in the North Training Area.
Esmay reported in April 1938, that an appropriations bill, sponsored by the War Department, was before Congress asking for $500,000 to begin construction of permanent facilities at the camp. Meanwhile, Guard troops, under the supervision of Maj. C.G. Carroll, Quartermaster Corps and United States Property… Read More »Camp Guernsey turns 80 this year (Part one)