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Ohio National Guard members hold an oversized American flag and await to take the field at halftime, as part of the Cleveland Browns' military appreciation game Nov. That is how several members of the 112th Engineer Battalion, out of Brook Park, Ohio, a few months removed from war and perhaps the most dangerous place on earth for Americans, described the scene, standing as heroes before clapping compatriots Nov.
According to some of the Soldiers, military appreciation events may help the average citizen better understand the sacrifices service members have made overseas. No matter how many questions are answered, it might never be possible to understand fully what's been happening overseas until you're deployed like the 112th was, to somewhere like Forward Operating Base Sharana, Afghanistan.
Regardless of how deep the understanding, members of the 112th said they were grateful for the appreciation from the Browns organization and the fans in attendance.
Romanian and Croatian soldiers, outfitted in riot gear, prepare to go through the evaluation lane for non-lethal systems training on July 1, 2014, during Platinum Wolf 14, a multinational peacekeeping exercise held at South Base near Bujanovac, Serbia.
On Saturday, July 5, during the 2014 Mansfield Lahm Airport Day, the 179th Airlift Wing will dedicate one of its C-130H Hercules aircraft to the city of Mansfield.
Gary Anderson, director emeritus of the Civilian Marksmanship Program, fires the ceremonial first shot of the 2014 National Rifle and Pistol Matches July 7, 2014, at Camp Perry Joint Training Center near Port Clinton, Ohio. Airman 1st Class Joseph Nenadich, 121st Air Refueling Wing Security Forces Squadron, flushes his face with water after being sprayed with oleoresin capsicum, or pepper spray, during training on July 12, 2014, at Rickenbacker Air National Guard Base in Columbus, Ohio. Soldiers from the 1194th Engineering Company dig a drainage ditch on July 13, 2014, at Camp Ravenna Joint Military Training Center, near Newton Falls, Ohio. Soldiers and Airmen with the Ohio National Guard Homeland Response Force participated in the Vibrant Response exercise this July at Camp Atterbury Joint Maneuver Training Center, Ind. A Soldier with the Ohio Army National Guard’s 811th Engineer Company (Sapper) works to move one of his comrades with a simulated injury to safety, July 24, 2014, at Camp Atterbury, Ind. On this day in Ohio National Guard history, July 25, 1788 the Ohio National Guard was organized as the Northwest Territory Militia.
A team of Soldiers from the 812th Engineer Company (Sapper) pulls a Humvee during the 812th Outlaw Team Building Challenge on July, 27, 2014, at Camp Atterbury Joint Maneuver Training Center, Ind. World War II veteran Donald Garver receives the Bronze Star Medal for exceptionally meritorious wartime service from Maj. 13, 2011, in front of Cleveland Browns Stadium prior to the military appreciation game against the St.
William Taylor (right), a combat engineer with the 112th Engineer Battalion out of Brook Park, Ohio, helps hold up an oversized American flag, as part of the pregame ceremony. Michael Healey, a drill sergeant with Company A, Ohio Army National Guard Recruiting and Retention Battalion, stands toe-to-toe with Cleveland Browns' mascot Chomps. Chanel Curry waves to a crowd of 65,000, as she finishes the national anthem while Ohio National Guard Soldiers and Airmen man an oversized American flag as part of pregame festivities during the Browns military appreciation game against the St. Jeff Sterling, a Cleveland Heights, Ohio, native, who drove a Freightliner semi-truck on combat logistics patrols in Afghanistan for the 112th.
Platinum Wolf 14 focused on developing non-lethal systems capabilities and infantry skills specific to civil disturbance control and peace keeping operations.
Special thanks to our current and former Soldiers and Airmen, who have helped Americans to enjoy 238 years of freedom. Hosted jointly each year by the National Rifle Association, Civilian Marksmanship Program and the Ohio National Guard, the five-week event brings more than 6,000 national and international civilian and military competitors, volunteers, spectators, vendors and family members to Camp Perry each summer.


In order for security forces members to be authorized to carry the less-than-lethal weapon, members must be sprayed with an active OC agent so they know how to function properly after exposure, including retaining their firearms during an aggressor's attack. Eric Neilson, a surveyor with the 290th Engineer Detachment and a Cambridge, Ohio, native, calibrates a level July 13, 2014, during annual training at Camp Ravenna Joint Military Training Center, near Newton Falls, Ohio. The Soldiers were prepping the site for pouring of a concrete pad near the grenade range, to finish off a project they began during last year's annual training. Companies of the 112th Transportation Battalion are currently conducting their two-week annual training period at Camp Ravenna. Ashley Ricciardi, an instructor at Camp Ravenna Joint Military Training Center, near Newton Falls, Ohio, runs a Virtual Convoy Operations Trainer simulation on July 14, 2014. Kris Slabaugh (right), logistics noncommissioned officer with the 684th Medical Company (Area Support), and an Akron, Ohio, native, secures a tent pole while setting up for a field exercise July 15, 2014, at Camp Ravenna Joint Military Training Center, near Newton Falls, Ohio.
The disaster preparedness exercise brought together more than 5,500 military and civilian personnel from around the country to train for response to a terrorist attack, and gave participants the opportunity to practice inter-agency cooperation.
Kourtney Shubert, a UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter crew chief with Company B, 1st Battalion, 137th Aviation Regiment and a Sunbury, Ohio, resident, prepares before takeoff during a recent mission. As part of their two-week annual training, the Soldiers of the 811th were evaluated on tasks comprising their METL (Mission Essential Task List), an assessment that helps determine the unit’s readiness and availability for any missions that the Army may call upon them for in the future. The event was designed to test the physical and mental conditioning of the unit's Soldiers through tasks common to missions of Sappers, the Army's combat engineers. Darren Hamilton of the 164th Airlift Squadron works to start a fire during ground survival training July 12, 2014, in Butler, Ohio.
The survey detachment is working with other Ohio Army National Guard engineer units to improve the infrastructure and facilities at Camp Ravenna.
Deborah Ashenhurst (left), Ohio adjutant general, visits with Soldiers of the 112th Transportation Battalion July 14, 2014, at Camp Ravenna Joint Military Training Center, near Newton Falls, Ohio.
Several Ohio Army National Guard units are currently conducting their two-week annual training period at Camp Ravenna, and many Soldiers have had the opportunity to hone their driving skills using the VCOT.
Several units in the 371st Sustainment Brigade are currently conducting their two-week annual training period at Camp Ravenna. The Ohio HRF is a joint service team of more than 500 Army and Air National Guard members who are trained to assist and support civil authorities in the event of a major catastrophic event.
Stationed at Rickenbacker Air National Guard Base in Columbus, Ohio, the Soldiers of the battalion just recently completed their two-week annual training period. North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) Region-1st Air Force (Air Forces Northern), and Chief Master Sgt. Recruiters have conducted several camps this summer for high school and college sports teams, providing an opportunity for outreach within the communities they serve. The Ohio National Guard's band is in the midst of its annual summer tour of the state through Sunday, July 6.
Gmitter, commander of the 73rd Troop Command, July 12, 2014, at Rickenbacker Air National Guard Base in Columbus, Ohio.
Aircrew members, operators of the C-130H Hercules aircraft based at the 179th Airlift Wing in Mansfield, Ohio, are required to maintain proficiency in survival tactics and procedures on both land and water. Jones, the Ohio Army National Guard state command sergeant major, talks with Soldiers of the 1487th Transportation Company, out of Piqua, Ohio, July 13, 2014, at Camp Ravenna Joint Military Training Center, near Newton Falls, Ohio.


Ashenhurst, Ohio adjutant general (center), presents certificates of appreciation to Richard Lewis, executive director, and Rob Delane, deputy executive director, of the Ohio School Boards Association, at the organization's July board of trustees meeting.
Tracy Troxel (left), 180th Fighter Wing command chief, talk with 180th Security Forces members Senior Airman Bradley Szeremeta (third from left) and Senior Airman Tara Zuber on July 16, 2014, in Swanton, Ohio. Ashenhurst (center), Ohio adjutant general, meets with Ohio National Guard Soldiers and Airmen on July 17, 2014, who earlier in the year had participated in the 2014 Cyber Shield exercise at the National Guard Professional Education Center in North Little Rock, Ark. Harris Jr., Ohio assistant adjutant general for Army, surveys the landscape below, July 19, 2014, while strapped on to the back ramp of an Ohio Army National Guard CH-47 Chinook helicopter. Smith (right), commanding general of Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., talks with Ohio Army National Guard Staff Sgt.
Beightler Armory in Columbus, Ohio prepare to enjoy some cake to celebrate the Ohio National Guard's 226th birthday. Ashenhurst (left), Ohio adjutant general, is presented with a gift from Gen. To view the schedule, click on the 122nd ARMY BAND banner in the lower right column on this page. Glauner received the award in recognition for his work with the Ohio National Guard's Homeland Response Force and as the 73rd Troop Command's command sergeant major, and retired in July after more than 29 years of service in the Army. Jones was at Camp Ravenna to observe training being conducted by units of the 112th Transportation Battalion, as well as those in the 216th Engineer Battalion, during their two weeks of annual training. The OSBA has worked to promote awareness about the needs of military service members' children over the last several years.
Anderson was visiting the 180th Fighter Wing, one of 10 Air National Guard units aligned under NORAD and 1st Air Force in support of Operation Noble Eagle and the nation's homeland defense. Cyber Shield is designed to sharpen the skills of the 54 National Guard Computer Network Defense Teams nationwide, in the areas of threat detection and response to cyber attacks. Harris and other senior leaders were travelling to Atterbury-Muscatatuck, Ind., to observe training during the multi-state, multi-agency Vibrant Response exercise. Jameson Rausch, a member of the search and extraction element of the Ohio National Guard's Homeland Response Force and a Commercial Point, Ohio, resident, July 24, 2014, at Camp Atterbury, Ind. LjubiA?a DikoviA‡, chief of the Serbian Armed Forces General Staff, July 23, 2014, in Belgrade, Serbia. Smith was visiting Soldiers and Airmen who were participating in Vibrant Response, an annual multi-service, multi-agency disaster training exercise, since many of the Soldiers participating in the exercise were trained as engineers and in decontamination, both skills taught at Fort Leonard Wood. Workley, the most senior enlisted Soldier in a brigade of more than 2,000 Soldiers, replaced Command Sgt.
Major Christopher Glauner, who retired in July after more than 29 years of service in the Army. They are pictured here with their pastors, Robert Abrams (left) from Resurrection Evangelist Lutheran Church and Les Bowling from Eagle Rock Church.



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