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Ten years ago, I experienced firsthand how Hurricane Katrina devastated New Orleans when I was temporarily deployed as the chaplain to the 1/179 Infantry Battalion, 45th Brigade of the Oklahoma Army National Guard.


August 25  • 

The Oklahoma National Guard’s Response to Katrina

Within days after Hurricane Katrina struck the Gulf Coast, Soldiers and Airmen of the Oklahoma National Guard were deployed to provide assistance the...

August 24  • 

Devon Energy receives top DOD award

Story by: Maj. Geoff Legler, Oklahoma National Guard Office of Public Affairs OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. – Civilian support for members of the Armed...


August 20  • 

Oklahoma National Guard launches new Website

The Oklahoma National Guard released a new Website to inform the public on the latest news and announcements from the Oklahoma National Guard.

August 20  • 

New NCO Rules: Soldiers must complete school before promotion

Soldiers will no longer be promoted without first having successfully completed related professional military education, or PME, courses, according...


August 19  • 

These are the Army’s first female Ranger School graduates

For more than 120 days, Capt. Kristen Griest and 1st Lt. Shaye Haver have ground it out at Ranger School, the Army’s famously difficult school...

August 10  • 

Oklahoma National Guardsmen train to carry weapons full-time

The Oklahoma National Guard conducts training for selected Oklahoma National Guardsmen so they may carry weapons to ensure the safety of their fellow...