Yellow Ribbon

Yoga builds resiliency for returning Guardsmen, families


By 1st Sgt. Paul Meeker, Louisiana National Guard Reintegration Office NEW ORLEANS – Introductory yoga became an elective course offering at Louisiana National Guard Yellow Ribbon Reintegration events beginning in 2012 and has quickly become a popular choice for Guardsmen and their family members. To date, more than 2,000 LANG Guardsmen and family members participating in the deployment … Readmore →

LANG Yellow Ribbon events evolve with changing needs


  More than 15,000 Louisiana Guardsmen & family members benefit since 2008 By 1st … Readmore →

La. Guard welcomes home Soldiers from overseas


BATON ROUGE, La. – The Louisiana National Guard’s 205th Engineer Battalion and the 922nd Engineer … Readmore →

Suicide Prevention Awareness Video

Suicide Prevention Video

September is Suicide Prevention Awareness month. Suicide is a major public health problem. This … Readmore →

La. First Lady awards military youth leader for service

By 1st Sgt. Paul Meeker, LANG Reintegration Office Public Affairs   NEW ORLEANS – The First … Readmore →

Louisiana Guard’s 844th Engineers receive fond farewell


Louisiana National Guard’s Public Affairs Office   PINEVILLE, La. –Family and friends … Readmore →

Yellow Ribbon honors Guardsmen in deployment cycle

By 1st Sgt. Paul Meeker, LANG Reintegration Office Public Affairs CARVILLE, La. – More than 1,200 … Readmore →

La. National Guard 2013 Kids AT

Kids AT video

For two days, sons and daughters of Louisiana National Guardsmen get a brief glimpse of what their … Readmore →

La. National Guardsmen return home on Independence Day


BATON ROUGE, La. –The Louisiana National Guard, along with family and friends, welcomed home members … Readmore →

La. National Guard unit deploys overseas

LAPLACE, La. – Soldiers of the Louisiana National Guard’s 1084th Transportation Company bid farewell to family and friends during a deployment ceremony at The St. John Center in LaPlace, La., Feb. 24, 2013. The 1084th will deploy more than 155 Soldiers during a 365-day deployment to Afghanistan to utilize their expertise and versatility by providing convoy escort of host-nation vehicles and provide transportation support to friendly forces operating within the assigned area. (National Guard photo by Sgt. Rashawn D. Price, 241st Mobile Public Affairs Detachment)

1084th Transportation Company bids farewell   By Sgt. Michael Farrar, 241st Mobile … Readmore →