Capt. John Denny, Support Chaplain for South Carolina National Guard, and Chief Warrant Officer Four Kent Puffenbarger, South Carolina National Guard Command Chief Warrant Officer, discuss damage assessment of the rains and floods Oct. 7 in the hallways of the S.C. National Guard Readiness Center. Chaplain Denny and 10 other chaplains have spent the last few days traveling to various locations across the state meeting with Guardsmen and S.C. citizens provided care, comfort and ministry when and where needed. The chaplains have visited fueling point, distribution points and many other locations where Soldiers are on the ground helping S.C. and its citizens recover from the worst rain and floods in recorded history. South Carolina National Guard was on call before the storms hit and will continue to meet the needs of the state's citizens and the governor's requests. (Photo by Sgt. Brad Mincey, 108th Public Affairs Detachment/Released)

SC Guard chaplains provide care, comfort to Guardsmen during disaster

Chaplains serve as a vital role in today's National Guard as they have in the past and immediately following a disaster, like the floods which have recently devastated South Carolina, that role is even more important....READ MORE

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Deputy Chief of Chaplains Chaplain (Brigadier General) Thomas L. Solhjem

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Regimental Sergeant Major Alvin J. Chaplin

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Assistant Chief of Chaplains - USAR Chaplain (Brigadier General) Carlton Fisher

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Assistant Chief of Chaplains - ARNG Chaplain (Brigadier General) David E. Graetz

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