Governor recognizes, thanks Wyoming National Guard members

WYOMING — Wyoming Governor Mark Gordon recognized Wyoming National Guard members this morning for their service.

“I had the opportunity to recognize and thank members of the Wyoming National Guard 115th Field Artillery Brigade this morning for their service,” Gordon said. “These men and women served with distinction during their deployment to six different Middle East countries beginning in 2019. It was an honor to pin the Bronze Star Medal on Sergeant First Class Katie Upton, who was recognized for her meritorious service during an Iranian missile attack on Al Asad Air Base in Iraq in January, 2020.”

 

I had the opportunity to recognize and thank members of the Wyoming National Guard 115th Field Artillery Brigade this…

Posted by Governor Mark Gordon on Friday, February 19, 2021

 

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