To: All NCSGA Personnel
From: NCSGA HQ
Subject: AAR (14 - 16 March 2014)
On 14 March 2014 the advance party arrived about 1300 at Camp Allison Woods. HQ was set up at the Piggery area and communications was established.
On 15 March 2014 the main party arrived. A safety and mission briefing was held. SGT Robert Davis was promoted to the rank of SFC and the position of First Sargent of the HHC. The group then reported to the work area located at the amphitheater to remove one large tree and clear the path and theater area of brush and small trees. A communications exercise was held to check on area reception. A debriefing
and unit meeting were held after the mission was complete. A number of subjects were discussed as well as the date of the next drill which will be held on 18 - 20 April 2014 at Camp Allison Woods, area TBA. The unit was then dismissed to report to their home base of operation.
On 16 March 2014 The rear detachment policed the HQ area. WO 1 Wrona and CWO 4 Reiser had a meeting with the TNG Officer and Todd Sipes with Iredell Search and Rescue regarding future training for the NCSGA. The area was cleared about 1300 and all units returned to their base of operations safely.
For the Commander
CWO 4 Robert Reiser
NCSG Mobilization Petition
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