Wymer, who served as the state chaplain for the N.D. National Guard from 2019 to 2020, was invited back to Bismarck by the university to render remarks in honor of Veterans Day.
Chaplain (Lt. Col.) Jon Wymer, center, Wisconsin National Guard, is welcomed to the University of Mary, Bismarck, N.D., Nov. 11, 2021. Escorting Wymer, is Msgr. Chad Gion, a chaplain with the N.D. Army National Guard.
A hydraulic excavator fills a dump truck during construction of a boat launch at the Camp Grafton Training Center, Sept. 30, 2021. This launch will provide access to the waters of Devils Lake for U.S. Army bridge boats and civilian watercraft as well as supporting Bridge Crewmember (12C) training. A temporary water break holding water back during construction, can be seen in the water about 50 feet from existing shoreline.
This photo taken Nov. 9, 2021 depicts the newly finished boat ramp at Camp Grafton Training Center that will allow the launch of U.S. Army bridge boats and civilian watercraft into the waters of Devils Lake. It also supports Bridge Crewmember (12C) training.
ARmy Guard Email Migration
The N.D. National Guard's G-6 hosted a professional development class on email migration at the Raymond J. Bohn armory, Bismarck, Nov. 10, 2021. (National Guard story and photos by Sgt. 1st Class Charles Highland, N.D. National Guard Public Affairs Office)
U.S. Army users nationwide are migrating to another email domain and with it comes new email addresses. The goal of the professional development was to provide users information about the migration. The first part email address (email handle) for all users will remain the same, but the extension (domain address) is changing from 'firstname.lastname@example.org' to 'email@example.com'.