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  • Story by Maj. Stephen Martin, Kentucky National Guard Public Affairs DJIBOUTI CITY, DJIBOUTI – Kentucky National Guard senior leadership travelled overseas in June to help celebrate Djibouti’s 40th independence day anniversary and to recognize two years of partnership between the organizations. To view all photos from this trip, Please visit https://www.flickr.com/photos/kyngpao/albums OR scroll to the bottom for the links to each engagement. Brig. Gen. Benjamin F. Adams III, Kentucky National Guard’s Land Component commander, and State Command Sgt. Major David Munden visited Djibouti June 23-28 to participate in several military to military engagements and help honor the country during the annual […]

    Kentucky celebrates two year state partnership with Djibouti

    Story by Maj. Stephen Martin, Kentucky National Guard Public Affairs DJIBOUTI CITY, DJIBOUTI – Kentucky National Guard senior leadership travelled overseas in June to help celebrate Djibouti’s 40th independence day anniversary and to recognize two years of partnership between the organizations. To view all photos from this trip, Please visit https://www.flickr.com/photos/kyngpao/albums OR scroll to the bottom for the links to each engagement. Brig. Gen. Benjamin F. Adams III, Kentucky National Guard’s Land Component commander, and State Command Sgt. Major David Munden visited Djibouti June 23-28 to participate in several military to military engagements and help honor the country during the annual […]

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  • By Maj. Stephen Martin, Kentucky National Guard Public Affairs Office STUTTGART, GERMANY — The 1103rd Military Police Company, based out of Fort Knox, Kentucky provided garrison MP support to United States military posts in Germany during their Annual Training in June this year. Commanded by Capt. Dave Howe, the 1103rd MPs received notification four months ago that their assistance was needed at four military bases in Stuttgart, Germany: Patch Barracks, Panzer Barracks, Robinson Barracks and Kelley Barracks. To see all photos from this event, please click HERE. Sgt. Donald Bearden, from Louisville, was part of the company and conducted patrols […]

    1103rd Law and Order Detachment provides support to military bases in Germany

    By Maj. Stephen Martin, Kentucky National Guard Public Affairs Office STUTTGART, GERMANY — The 1103rd Military Police Company, based out of Fort Knox, Kentucky provided garrison MP support to United States military posts in Germany during their Annual Training in June this year. Commanded by Capt. Dave Howe, the 1103rd MPs received notification four months ago that their assistance was needed at four military bases in Stuttgart, Germany: Patch Barracks, Panzer Barracks, Robinson Barracks and Kelley Barracks. To see all photos from this event, please click HERE. Sgt. Donald Bearden, from Louisville, was part of the company and conducted patrols […]

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