Wiygul, 65, is a current director for the Franklin Furniture Institute and is a retired major of the Mississippi Army National Guard.
What does MSARNG stand for?
MSARNG stands for Mississippi Army National Guard
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The bride is the manager of corporate recruitment, and the groom is a national sales representative and a captain in the Mississippi Army National Guard.
When heavy equipment needed to be moved, the 1687th Combat Heavy Equipment Transport Company from the Mississippi Army National Guard executed the mission.
The 114th proudly boasts that it is the most mobilized unit in the Mississippi Army National Guard.
a leading developer of advanced distributed knowledge, human capital and learning management systems, today announced that the Mississippi Army National Guard (ANG) deployed mGen Enterprise, a workforce readiness and organizational communications system.
Sponsored by the Mississippi Army National Guard and hosted by the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino Biloxi, the 2009 concert and silent auction raised $200,000 for children's charities on the Gulf Coast.
Martin began serving with the Mississippi Army National Guard 24 years ago, working within his state and abroad in places such as Germany, South Korea, Panama, Honduras, and Costa Rica.
Using a Web-based program called Container Management Software Tool and battalion inventorying teams augmented by personnel from the 184th Transportation Company, Mississippi Army National Guard, the battalion found many of the carrier-owned containers.