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Pfc. Matthew Merrifield of Pana, Illinois, a Soldier with E Company, 634th Brigade Support Battalion based in Decatur, Illinois, graduated from the 92G Food Service Specialist Military Occupational Specialty Transition course June 9 at the Illinois Military Academy on Camp Lincoln in Springfield, Illinois. During the four-week, two-phase course, Soldiers are trained on food safety, cooking techniques, field and garrison feeding equipment, and field and garrison feeding operations, including how to operate a dining facility. (U.S. Arm photo by Sgt. 1st Class Bryan Spreitzer, Illinois National Guard Public Affairs) Pfc. Matthew Merrifield of Pana, Illinois, a Soldier with E Company, 634th Brigade Support Battalion based in Decatur, Illinois, graduated from the 92G Food Service Specialist Military Occupational Specialty Transition course June 9 at the Illinois Military Academy on Camp Lincoln in Springfield, Illinois. During the four-week, two-phase course, Soldiers are trained on food safety, cooking techniques, field and garrison feeding equipment, and field and garrison feeding operations, including how to operate a dining facility. (U.S. Arm photo by Sgt. 1st Class Bryan Spreitzer, Illinois National Guard Public Affairs)

Sgt. 1st Class Alberto Colon of Mundelein, Illinois, a Soldier with Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 108th Sustainment Brigade based in Chicago, graduated from the 92G Food Service Specialist Military Occupational Specialty Transition course June 9 at the Illinois Military Academy on Camp Lincoln in Springfield, Illinois. Colon was recognized as the phase one honor graduate and was presented a coin and certificate. (U.S. Arm photo by Sgt. 1st Class Bryan Spreitzer, Illinois National Guard Public Affairs) Sgt. 1st Class Alberto Colon of Mundelein, Illinois, a Soldier with Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 108th Sustainment Brigade based in Chicago, graduated from the 92G Food Service Specialist Military Occupational Specialty Transition course June 9 at the Illinois Military Academy on Camp Lincoln in Springfield, Illinois. Colon was recognized as the phase one honor graduate and was presented a coin and certificate. (U.S. Arm photo by Sgt. 1st Class Bryan Spreitzer, Illinois National Guard Public Affairs)

Maj. Gen. Richard Hayes, Jr. (right), The Adjutant General, Illinois National Guard accepts the Illinois Army National Guard’s award for being the “most improved” National Guard organization from Maj. Gen. Richard Gallant, Special Assistant to the Director of the Army National Guard during the 2016 Army Communities of Excellence award ceremony held at the National Guard Bureau May 23.  Pictured to the left is Lt. Col. Michael Legler, Strategic Plans and Policy Officer, who was in charge of the 2016 ACOE team from Illinois. Maj. Gen. Richard Hayes, Jr. (right), The Adjutant General, Illinois National Guard accepts the Illinois Army National Guard’s award for being the “most improved” National Guard organization from Maj. Gen. Richard Gallant, Special Assistant to the Director of the Army National Guard during the 2016 Army Communities of Excellence award ceremony held at the National Guard Bureau May 23. Pictured to the left is Lt. Col. Michael Legler, Strategic Plans and Policy Officer, who was in charge of the 2016 ACOE team from Illinois.

Staff Sgt. Jason Lawrence of Warsaw, Illinois, an Illinois National Guard recruiter based in Quincy, Illinois, was among the first to respond to an afternoon crash May 25 in Quincy, Illinois. (Courtesy photo) Staff Sgt. Jason Lawrence of Warsaw, Illinois, an Illinois National Guard recruiter based in Quincy, Illinois, was among the first to respond to an afternoon crash May 25 in Quincy, Illinois. (Courtesy photo)

Col. Mark Jackson (U.S. Army photo) Col. Mark Jackson (U.S. Army photo)

Staff Sgt. Daniel Hufford of Rantoul, Illinois, an instructor at Illinois’ 2nd Battalion, 129th Regional Training Institute’s Officer Candidate School in Springfield, Illinois shakes hands with Col. Paul Fanning of Chestnut, Illinois, commander of the 129th Regional Training Institute, as he receives his course completion certificate during the 25U Signal Support Specialist Reclassification course graduation ceremony at the Illinois Military Academy in Springfield, Illinois, April 26. Hufford will continue to instruct at the 129th’s OCS, but will now also take on additional instructor duties at the 25U reclassification course. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. 1st Class Bryan Spreitzer, Illinois National Guard Public Affairs) Staff Sgt. Daniel Hufford of Rantoul, Illinois, an instructor at Illinois’ 2nd Battalion, 129th Regional Training Institute’s Officer Candidate School in Springfield, Illinois shakes hands with Col. Paul Fanning of Chestnut, Illinois, commander of the 129th Regional Training Institute, as he receives his course completion certificate during the 25U Signal Support Specialist Reclassification course graduation ceremony at the Illinois Military Academy in Springfield, Illinois, April 26. Hufford will continue to instruct at the 129th’s OCS, but will now also take on additional instructor duties at the 25U reclassification course. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. 1st Class Bryan Spreitzer, Illinois National Guard Public Affairs)

Pictured here top row (left to right): Sgt. 1st Class David Perdew of Rushville, Illinois, Chief Warrant Officer 2 Kyle Gleason of Lincoln, Illinois and Staff Sgt. Brian Hornung of Mendota, Illinois 

Bottom row (left to right): Staff Sgt. Jacob Blount of St. Louis, Missouri, Sgt. 1st Class Shelby Stockton of Petersburg, Illinois and Brig. Gen. Michael Zerbonia, Assistant Adjutant General - Army for the Illinois National Guard
Pictured here top row (left to right): Sgt. 1st Class David Perdew of Rushville, Illinois, Chief Warrant Officer 2 Kyle Gleason of Lincoln, Illinois and Staff Sgt. Brian Hornung of Mendota, Illinois Bottom row (left to right): Staff Sgt. Jacob Blount of St. Louis, Missouri, Sgt. 1st Class Shelby Stockton of Petersburg, Illinois and Brig. Gen. Michael Zerbonia, Assistant Adjutant General - Army for the Illinois National Guard

Pictured here (left to right): Sgt. 1st Class David Perdew of Rushville, Illinois, Sgt. 1st Class Shelby Stockton of Petersburg, Illinois Chief Warrant Officer 2 Kyle Gleason of Lincoln, Illinois, Staff Sgt. Jacob Blount of St. Louis, Missouri, and Staff Sgt. Brian Hornung of Mendota, Illinois. Pictured here (left to right): Sgt. 1st Class David Perdew of Rushville, Illinois, Sgt. 1st Class Shelby Stockton of Petersburg, Illinois Chief Warrant Officer 2 Kyle Gleason of Lincoln, Illinois, Staff Sgt. Jacob Blount of St. Louis, Missouri, and Staff Sgt. Brian Hornung of Mendota, Illinois.

A UH-72 Lakota helicopter flies over the Central Illinois Regional Airport, in Bloomington, Illinois, as part of an orientation flight offered to local and state drug interdiction agents March 29.  (U.S. Army photo by 1st Lt. Aaron Ritter, Illinois National Guard Public Affairs) A UH-72 Lakota helicopter flies over the Central Illinois Regional Airport, in Bloomington, Illinois, as part of an orientation flight offered to local and state drug interdiction agents March 29. (U.S. Army photo by 1st Lt. Aaron Ritter, Illinois National Guard Public Affairs)

A UH-72 Lakota pilot gives the drug interdiction agents a safety brief prior to the agents departing on an orientation flight at Central Illinois Regional Airport, in Bloomington, Illinois, March 29.   (U.S. Army photo by 1st Lt. Aaron Ritter, Illinois National Guard Public Affairs) A UH-72 Lakota pilot gives the drug interdiction agents a safety brief prior to the agents departing on an orientation flight at Central Illinois Regional Airport, in Bloomington, Illinois, March 29. (U.S. Army photo by 1st Lt. Aaron Ritter, Illinois National Guard Public Affairs)

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