New York Army National Guard Soldiers in Japan Celebrate Guard Birthday

By Staff Sgt. Raymond Drumsta, 138th PADDecember 13, 2009

CAMP CHITOSE, HOKKAIDO, JAPAN -- Representing the most senior Soldier and most junior Soldier of the assembled troops here for Yama Sakura, New York Army National Guard Brig. Gen. Steven Wickstrom (left) and division Soldier Pfc. Callie Haynes cut a cake to celebrate the 373rd Birthday of the National Guard during Yama Sakura 57 bilateral command post training exercise with members of the Japan Ground Self Defense Forces. The 42nd Infantry Division command and staff have been taking part in the exercise along with other U.S. military units and the Japanese Northern Army.
1 / 1 Show Caption + Hide Caption – CAMP CHITOSE, HOKKAIDO, JAPAN -- Representing the most senior Soldier and most junior Soldier of the assembled troops here for Yama Sakura, New York Army National Guard Brig. Gen. Steven Wickstrom (left) and division Soldier Pfc. Callie Haynes cut a cake to celebrate the 373rd Birthday of the National Guard during Yama Sakura 57 bilateral command post training exercise with members of the Japan Ground Self Defense Forces. The 42nd Infantry Division command and staff have been taking part in the exercise along with other U.S. military units and the Japanese Northern Army. (Photo Credit: Staff Sgt. Raymond Drumsta, 138th PAD) VIEW ORIGINAL