MENG Substance Abuse Program Drug Takeback Day
The Maine Army National Guard Substance Abuse Program partnered with the Augusta Police Department and the Kennebec County Sheriff's Office for a prescription drug take back day at Camp Keyes on 20 October 2017.
Deployed Soldiers Assumption of Duties Ceremony
Soldiers deployed with the Maine Army National Guard held a ceremony to uncase the brigade colors, and change over the patches as they formally assume all duties from the 38th Infantry Division. (Unit Public Affairs photos provided by Maj. Colleen Swanger.)
Order of Saint Martin Recognition Ceremony
Maine Army National Guardsman Col. Blair Tinkham, Deputy Chief of Staff for Logistics, presented Chief Warrant Officer 4 Max McLaughlin the Order of Saint Martin at a recognition ceremony held in the Augusta Armory. The Order of Saint Martin is a prestigious award for members of the U.S.Army Quartermaster Corps that recognizes a service members dedication to service and achievements within the Corps. McLaughlin was surrounded by family and friends who gathered to celebrate this achievement.
Maine Military Community Network State Conference
The Maine Military and Community Network hosted their 7th annual conference, July 20, 2017 bringing together organizations and individuals who help veterans, current service members, and their families at the Augusta Civic Center in Augusta, Maine.
Maine National Guard Holds 18th Annual Youth Camp
Campers learn how to properly raise, lower, and fold the American flag during the Maine National Guard Youth Camp. The camp is made to bring military kids from across the state together to have a fun, educational, safe week each summer.
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