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Governor Visits 150th Assault Helicopter Battalion in Okla.


By Al Campbell

TRENTON — During a visit to Ft. Sill, Oklahoma, Gov.Jon S. Corzine on Thursday, April 9 thanked members of the 150th Assault Helicopter Battalion for their service.
“I am proud to command such a fine air and army guard and I am grateful for your sacrifice,” Corzine told the citizen soldiers, according to a release.
“While you are focused on your mission and unit, know that this administration is deeply committed to caring for your families and also with working with your employers to make sure that your jobs will still be there upon your return home,” he added.
The governor spent several hours meeting with the troops and personally saluted their professionalism and training. He also joined Maj. Gen. Glenn K. Rieth to present several awards and commendations to guard members.
Maj. Gen. Glenn K. Rieth, federal, state and local officials, employers of guardsmen, and military officials accompanied the governor on the one-day visit to Ft. Sill.

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