Montana National Guard
The Montana National Guard works to repair washed out roads in Makoshika State Park.
Lt. Col. Tim Crowe of the Montana National Guard looks out the window of a Blackhawk helicopter during a flight Saturday to Makoshika State Park, to share with members of the media the progress and partnership involved in a road repair project at the park.
A sign welcomes visitors to Makoshika State Park on Saturday.
Staff Sgt. Cole Sieler of the Montana Air National Guard's 219th REDHORSE Squadron, pictured on Saturday.
Lt. Col. Tim Crowe of the Montana National Guard, pictured Saturday.
Diesel mechanic Sgt. Tyrel Bain of Culbertson, a member of the Montana National Guard's 260th Engineering Company, talks about the heavy equipment being used to rebuild a road in Makoshika State Park.
Members of the Montana National Guard and the media were transported to Makoshika State Park Saturday in a Blackhawk helicopter to see the progress and partnership involved in a road project at the park.
Members of the Montana National Guard work to repair the road through Makoshika State Park.
Members of the Montana National Guard work on a road project in Makoshika State Park on Saturday.
Members of the Montana Army National Guard's maintenance crew talk Saturday about their work maintaining the heavy equipment used to rebuild part of the road through Makoshika State Park.
Staff Sgt. Cole Sieler, right, trains Spc. Dustin Brown on a bulldozer as members of the Montana National Guard work on a road in Makoshika State Park on Saturday.
An excavator collects dirt as members of the Montana National Guard work on a road project in Makoshika State Park on Saturday.
HELENA — The Montana Army National Guard sent 17 soldiers and two CH-47 Chinook helicopters to Washington state to support wildfire fighting operations.
HELENA — Republican U.S. Senate candidate Steve Daines is running a new TV ad accusing Democratic Sen. John Walsh of condoning sex discrimination while heading the Montana National Guard — a charge Walsh and current Guard officials say is untrue.
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HELENA — Two months removed from deployment, members of the Montana Army National Guard 1-189th General Support Aviation Battalion were honored Sunday for their service in Kuwait.
Calling the high suicide rate among America’s combat veterans unacceptable, U.S. Sen. John Walsh, D-Mont., on Wednesday laid out a plan to deal with the crisis.
Montanans know hard work. After spending the last few weeks in Washington, I can tell you it’s something a lot of folks back there talk about but never actually get around to doing.
HELENA — In his first floor speech as a U.S. senator, Montana Democrat John Walsh said Thursday he wants to cut the nation’s debt and “wasteful spending,” but not impact veterans, children or senior citizens.
HELENA — U.S. Senate candidate John Walsh on Sunday released his entire military record with the Montana National Guard, including a 2010 letter in which he said he used “less than sound judgment” when urging fellow officers, on state time, to support a private group that advocates for the Guard.