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A Staff Sergeant from Oakville is leading the team that will take the lead in making Missouri ready for cyber attacks.
More than 50 former members of the unit—including an Oakville man—recently gathered at historic Jefferson Barracks in south St. Louis County for the group’s annual reunion.
Former soldiers met at the Missouri National Guard base in Jefferson Barracks to catch up and reminisce.
The St. Louis-based Missouri National Guard Unit gathered at Jefferson Barracks to reunite with their families after serving in the Middle East.
Bill Yancy served in the Missouri National Guard in the same unit for 40 years.
Representatives from the company introduced an new program at Jefferson Barracks
The commanding officer took charge of the Missouri National Guard's 70th Troop Command at Jefferson Barracks Saturday.
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