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Michigan Army National Guard Annual Training to Commence on June 1 at Camp Grayling Joint Maneuver Training Center

LANSING, Mich. — The Michigan Army National Guard (MIARNG) Annual Training (AT) is scheduled to take place at Camp Grayling Joint Maneuver Training Center in Grayling, MI from June 1 - 15. Over 3,000 Soldiers will receive operational training to improve personnel and unit proficiency, helocast operations training on insertion and exfiltration, specialized training in maintenance and sustainment, survivability and multi-domain signal operations training.

WHO: 3,000 MIARNG Soldiers; Soldiers from the National Armed Forces of Latvia 
WHAT: Annual Training provides structured individual and unit training to satisfy the training requirements associated with their missions and to maintain readiness 
WHEN: June 1-15 
WHERE: Camp Grayling Joint Maneuver Training Center, Grayling, MI  

“Annual training allows our Soldiers and units to maintain a high level of readiness and be able to respond at a moment’s notice when their skills are called upon," said U.S. Army Maj. Gen. Paul D. Rogers, adjutant general and director of the Michigan Department of Military and Veterans Affairs.  

The following units are participating in AT: 

  • 1-125th Infantry Battalion (Belmont, MI)
  • 1-182nd Field Artillery Battalion (Detroit, MI)
  • 156th Expeditionary Signal Battalion (Howell, MI)
  • 107th Engineering Battalion (Ishpeming, MI)
  • 210th Military Police Battalion (Taylor, MI)
  • 507th Engineering Battalion (Kalamazoo, MI)
  • 146th Multifunctional Medical Battalion (Ypsilanti, MI)

Near the conclusion of AT on June 14, the MING will host the Pass in Review Ceremony, a time-honored tradition of the MING during which accomplishments of the previous calendar year are acknowledged, outstanding performers are recognized and deceased and fallen members of the MING are honored.

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