A show dedicated to uncovering the remarkable stories of our nation's service members and our military history that often goes untold. The Stand Guard podcast is a production of the Connecticut National Guard. Have questions, comments, or suggestions for an upcoming episode? Reach out to us at StandGuardPodcast@gmail.com
Christine Pittsley, the special projects director of the Museum of Connecticut History at the Connecticut State Library is a Navy veteran and historian who's dedicated her professional career to studying the Connecticut National Guard's 1-102nd Infantry Regiment's efforts during World War I in France. This has led her to become the co-founder of "Digging into History", an experimental educational program that ...
U.S. Army Sgt. Matthew Lucibello, a public affairs specialist with the 130th Public Affairs Detachment, tells us about his love of military railway history and how he uses reenacting as a way to remember the service and sacrifice of those who came before him.
We talked with Capt. Scott Stone, an infantry officer with the Connecticut National Guard's 1-102nd Infantry Regiment, and a member of the U.S. Army's 2023 Edelweiss Raid, the "unofficial" world military mountaineering competition in Austria. Capt. Stone discusses his journey from getting selected for his first Edelweiss Raid in 2019 to overcoming the challenges of preparing for an extreme alpine sport in a state with little more t...
We chatted with Sgt. 1st Class Silas Holden, a master fitness trainer and resiliency coach about tips and tricks for helping you stay focused and succeed with your New Years Resolutions.
The Connecticut National Guard Public Affairs team sets up their studio for the first time and tries to figure out exactly what they're doing.
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