WELLESLEY, Ma. – The Massachusetts Committee of Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve is now seeking nominations for the next Massachusetts ESGR State Chair.
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SPOKANE, Wash. – Amanda Nelson, nurse manager for the referral coordination program, at the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs was presented with a Patriot Award, by Jim Wynne, east area chair for the Washington Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve, for her extraordinary support of her employee who serves in the Washington Air National Guard.
GREAT FALLS, Mont. – Taking to the Montana Big Sky this summer, 22 employers from in and around Great falls had the opportunity to fly in a Montana Air national Guard C 130 Hercules. These select few were employers of members of the Montana Air National Guard 120th Airlift Wing or community influencers who would complete the flight and them share their experience with the community.
WASHINGTON – The 2024 Secretary of Defense Freedom Award nomination season opens soon, meaning Guard and Reserve servicemembers across the nation can submit their exceptional employers for national recognition beginning October 1 until December 31.
ST. PAUL, Minn. – On September 15 the 334 Brigade Engineer Battalion (BEB) conducted a Bosslift for twenty-seven Soldier member employers. The day started with a Chinook helicopter ride from the Army Aviation Support Facility 1 in St. Paul to Camp Ripley.
HORSHAM, Pa. – Pennsylvania Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR), an office of the Department of Defense, announced that Volunteer Support Technician (VST) Theresa Arentzen has accepted the position of ESGR Southeast Region Coordinator.
WASHINGTON – The Department of Defense honored the recipients of the 2023 Secretary of Defense Employer Support Freedom Award, the highest U.S. government honor to employers for support of National Guard and Reserve, in a formal ceremony at the Pentagon Aug. 30.
HAVRE, Mont. – The Hi-Line of Montana describes U.S Highway 2 as it stretches across Montana for about 650 miles. Locals call it Montana's Hi-Line since it's the northernmost route traversing the state from east to west.