Gov. Walz Activates MN Nat’l Guard To Combat FloodingMinnesota Gov. Tim Walz says COVID-19 is not the only emergency the state’s first responders are preparing for, especially with spring flooding season already underway.
Minnesota National Guard Delivered 81,000 Face Masks To MDH In Response To ShortageIncluded in the delivery were more than 81,000 N95 masks, 17,296 pandemic flu kits, 1,153 Tyvek disposable coveralls, 2,265 boots and 2,263 gloves.
Minnesota National Guard Members Reunite With Families In St. PaulDozens of deployed airmen got a very special welcome to Minnesota Wednesday afternoon.
Memorial Service Set For Fallen Owatonna Soldier Connor McGurranA memorial service is set for Thursday for 19-year-old Owatonna native Pvt. Connor McGurran, who died last week at a South Carolina Army base.
Minnesota National Guard Soldier, 19, Dies At Fort JacksonInvestigators are trying to figure out how a Minnesota soldier died at a United States Army base in South Carolina.
'Always Ready': Middle East Tensions Causing Uncertainty For Minnesota National Guard MembersThe Minnesota National Guard is one of the most deployed guards in the country.
Military Family Adapts To 2 Deployments Over 2 HolidaysThe family spent the summer camping, swimming, taking nothing for granted, for their time together was short. Lt. Col. Jeremy DeGier left in October to prepare for his third deployment.
Flags Flown At Half-Staff In Honor Of Fallen National Guard SoldiersIn honor and remembrance of a fallen Minnesota National Guard soldier, Gov. Tim Walz has ordered all flags to be flown at half-staff at state and federal buildings on Sunday.
3 Minnesota Families Planning Memorial Services For Guardsmen Killed In Chopper CrashA U.S. Army safety investigation team from Fort Rucker, Alabama, is investigating the crash site. There's no timeline of when information will be released to the public.
'They Paid The Ultimate Price': Minnesota National Guard Soldiers Killed In Helicopter Crash IdentifiedThe names of the three Minnesota National Guard members killed this week in a helicopter crash are now public.
MnDOT To Light I-35W Bridge In Minneapolis Red, White & Blue To Honor Helicopter Crash VictimsGov. Tim Walz ordered all United States flags and Minnesota flags to be flown at half-staff at all state and federal buildings beginning at 2:05 p.m. Friday
Family Raises Flag Near Where Black Hawk Helicopter CrashedThe family that owns the property where a Black Hawk helicopter crashed Thursday, killing three Minnesota National Guard members, has raised an American flag near the crash site.
Army Investigators Will Lead Probe Into Minnesota Nat'l Guard Helicopter CrashArmy investigators will lead the probe into the crash of a Minnesota National Guard helicopter that killed all three soldiers aboard.
National Guard Member Suicides Outpacing All Other Military BranchesMinnesota has the most deployed National Guard units in the country. But a new study from the Pentagon highlights a growing concern for the military and citizen-soldiers families: Suicide is on the rise.
700 Minnesota National Guard Troops Heading To Iraq, KuwaitIt's a tough day for hundreds of Minnesota National Guard families sending loved ones overseas.