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Governor Mead’s Statement on Wyoming National Guard Soldier Killed in Action

The Governor said he is "saddened beyond words."

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Sen. John Barrasso and members of the 133rd Engineering Company.
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Sen. Barrasso Talks About Bahrain Visit [AUDIO]

Sen. John Barrasso spent the Independence Day weekend visiting with members of the Laramie-based 133rd Engineering Company in Bahrain.

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Laramie Wishes its Troops Well [PHOTOS]

162 members of the Wyoming Army National Guard's 133rd Engineer Company took to the floor in formation at UW's Arena Auditorium Thursday, as a crowd of well-wishers in the stands cheered them on.

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Wyoming National Guard’s 133rd Engineer Company to Deploy Next Week

The Wyoming Army National Guard will deploy 162 Soldiers from the 133rd Engineer Company, based in Laramie, Wyo., to Operation Enduring Freedom April 12th.

The unit’s deployment ceremony will be held at the University of Wyoming’s Arena-Auditorium April 11 at 3:30 p

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Support the Captain Hays Apache Project

In 2008, Captain Bruce Hays of the Wyoming Army National Guard, was deployed to Afghanistan. Before he left on his mission, he bought a 1959 Chevy Apache pickup truck as a future anniversary gift for his wife. Keeping it a secret, Capt. Hays planned to have the truck fully restored and ready to give to his wife upon his return home. Capt. Hays found someone willing to do the restoration and paid that man $17,000 to have the vehicle completed by the time of his return.

Tragically, Capt. Hays was killed in action on Sept. 17, 2008.

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