On Sept. 13, Jersey City Mayor Glenn D. Cunningham (left) and Brig. Gen. Glenn K. Rieth (right), The Adjutant General, joined state and local officials in a ceremony re-dedicating the armory to the youth of Jersey City. Last June, the Department of Military and Veterans Affairs, the Department of Human Services, into an agreement to establish a Youth Activity Program in the Jersey City National Guard Armory. Photo by Staff Sergeant Robert W. Stephenson, 444 MPAD.
Guardsmen pose with the Governor and the TAG during the Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve Pro Patria Award ceremony on Nov. 26 at Drumthwacket. (l-r) Brig. Gen. (Ret) Robert S. Dutko, Sr., NJESGR Chairman: Brig.Gen. Glenn K Rieth, The Adjutant General of New Jersey, Staff Sgt. James Maribo, Chief Master Sgt. Dave Obetz, 1st Lt. Tracy McGriff, Governor James E. McGreevey, Master Sgt. Michael Francis, 2nd Lt Pamela Robinson, Spc. Michael J. Williams, and Senior Airman Peter Bach. Photo by Roman Martyniuk, NJDMAVA/PA.
Brig. Gen. Glenn K. Rieth, The Adjutant General and members of the late Lt.Col. (Ret) Steve Wilfing's family unveil a memorial to Lt.Col. Wilfing. Veterans’ Haven, a transitional housing program for homeless veterans, was founded in November 1993 byLt.Col. Wilfing. Since the start of this program, 410 homeless veterans have successfully completed the program and become productive members of society. Photo bt Staff Sgt. Barb Harbison, NJDMAVA/PA.
Brig. Gen. Glenn K. Rieth (center), The Adjutant General, presents a check for $5,600 on behalf of the members of the New Jersey Army and Air National Guard to members of the Cemetery Advisory Council for the Cemetery Advisory Council Memorial Fund for the purchase of trees, benches, and pavers at the Brig. Gen. William C. Doyle Veterans Memorial Cemetery near Arneytown during the Veterans Day ceremony on Nov. 11. Photo by Tech. Sgt. Mark C. Olsen, NJDMAVA/PA.
Photo by Tech. Sgt. Mark Olsen, NJDMAVA/PA.
Members of the 1st Battalion, 150th Aviation, Sgt. Edward Phillips (left) and Sgt. Frederick Derry (second from left), along with Sgt. Bryan Clarke (second from right) of the Delaware Army National Guard, braved the Artic deep freeze at Fort Dix Dec. 8 and 9 to train for deployment to sunny Panama next year. Three UH-60A Blackhawk helicopters and 45 troops will be leaving mid-January for a five-month deployment in support of Operation New Horizons. New Horizons is a nation building program that develops infrastructure - schools, clinics, roads, and bridges in Central American countries.