Called to Duty: The History of the New Mexico National Guard

Nov 6, 2015

Since the 16th century, New Mexicans have served, protected and defended this land. Learn about their decisive roles from the Civil War to the current day, along with the heroism of New Mexico’s 200th Coast Artillery, a National Guard unit that became ensnared in the Bataan Death March. Veterans Services Secretary Jack Fox leads a discussion with Brigadier General Andrew E. Salas, adjutant general for New Mexico; and Colonel Kenneth Nava, chief of staff for the New Mexico Army National Guard. A Free First Friday Evening event. (Free admission 5–8 pm.)

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Jack R. Fox

200th Coast Artillery

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