A Day in the Life-Alabama National Guard
MONTGOMERY, AL (03/22/2016)(readMedia)-- Release # 2016031901
A Day in the Life of the Alabama National Guard.
Huntsville, AL (03/22/2016)-- The Alabama Army National Guard will host a recruiting event in Huntsville at the Alabama National Guard Redstone Training Site to display equipment and help inform high school students about the opportunities and benefits of becoming a member of the Alabama National Guard. Over a two day period, students from five Madison County High Schools will attend this event to learn about the available career fields in the Alabama National Guard, funding available to help them pay for college and the many other benefits to becoming a member of the Alabama National Guard. The event is being sponsored by the AL NG 31st CBRN Brigade and the 22nd Recruiting and Retention Battalion. There will be equipment displays from several Alabama Army National Guard units across the state. The event will be held over a two day period and provide approximately 500 students with AL National Guard career information.
WHO: Alabama National Guard (Army) 31st CBRN Brigade and 22nd Recruiting and Retention Battalion hosting a static equipment display and informational event for Madison County High School Students
WHAT: A Day In The Life of A Alabama National Guard Soldier – Static equipment display and available career information two day event for Madison County High School students and their parents
WHEN: March 23-24, 2016 from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. each day
WHERE: Alabama Army National Guard Training Site- Redstone Arsenal
5222 Triana Blvd SW
Huntsville, Alabama 35805
NOTES: This event is not open to the general public, only Madison County High School Students and parents, but we encourage media to attend. Media who wish to attend this event should email the Alabama National Guard public affairs office NO LATER THAN 2 p.m.., Tuesday, March 22, 2016, at email@example.com or call Lt. Col. Shannon Hancock at (334)306-4559. The event is at a military facility with access-controlled entrance; therefore, media must RSVP ahead of time. Media should bring affiliation identification (press credentials) and a government issued photo ID. Event POCs are MAJ Howard at (334)425-8223 or MAJ Abel at (334)425-8174.
Alabama National Guard personnel will be available for interviews. Student interviews will have to be coordinated with their assigned school and their parents.