Twenty-five Connecticut National Guard airmen are returning home from Afghanistan after their unit’s third deployment overseas in the war on terror.
Seven members of the 246th Engineer Detachment of the Connecticut National Guard leave Windsor Locks Monday for additional training before leaving for Afghanistan in support of Operation Enduring Freedom.
The state mobilized National Guard troops Friday and the governor urged residents to finish storm preparations as Hurricane Irene threatened to become the first hurricane to make a direct hit on the state in 20 years.
Eighty members of the Connecticut National Guard’s 103rd Civil Engineer Squadron and 103rd Security Forces Squadron.leave shortly for Afghanistan.
Governor Rell has the National Guard standing by, and will open the Emergency Operations Center at the State Armory on Sunday, to deal with any problems which might arise from the blizzard forecast for the […]
NEW LONDON, Conn. (AP) _ Connecticut authorities have released three people who were detained after viewing a military helicopter parked at the Groton-New London Airport. State Police say the three people arrived at the airport […]