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shop online at www.missourivalleyshopper.com June 19, 2018 • Page 5 30 SD Army Guard Units Receive Bush Foundation National Superior Unit Award Supports Indigenous RAPID CITY, S.D. - Thirty out of 42 South Dakota Army National Guard units received the National Guard Bureau's Superior Unit Award in recognition of outstanding achievement during training year 2017. The Superior Unit Award is presented to units who meet highlyenforced military standards in the areas of personnel, training and readiness. "The South Dakota Army National Guard makes up only 9/10ths of one percent of this nation's National Guard, but we earned 97 percent of the Superior Unit Awards for training year 2017," said Maj. Gen. Tim Reisch, adjutant general of the South Dakota National Guard. "This is yet another example of how the South Dakota National Guard stands head and shoulders above our contemporaries." In order to earn the SUA, units must achieve 95 percent in unit strength, monthly drill attendance, annual training attendance and weapons qualification. In addition to meeting these readiness goals, units must also achieve 90 percent in physical fitness tests and dutyqualified Soldiers. Unit admin and maintenance inspections also factor into award requirements. "We are a metrics-driven organization and paying close attention to the most important readiness metrics has earned 30 of our units the distinction of earning the coveted Superior Unit Award," said Reisch. The top award for the state went to Company C, 1-189th Aviation Regiment of Rapid City, which received the Eisenhower Trophy for the most exceptional SDARNG unit. The Eisenhower Trophy is named in honor of former General of the Army Dwight D. Eisenhower and awarded by the Chief of the National Guard Bureau to the ARNG unit in each state rated the most outstanding during the training year. More than half of the SUA units are continuing consecutive years of training excellence - with six units receiving the award for the second time in a row, four units for a third straight year, four units for four consecutive years, four more for five consecutive years, and the 211th Engineer Company has earned the SUA six years in a row. This year's recipients of the Superior Unit Award include: *Battery A, 1-147th Field Artillery Battalion ***** - Aberdeen * Company A, 139th Brigade Support Battalion - Brookings * Headquarters Company, 153rd Engineer Battalion ***** - Huron * Forward Support Company, 153rd Engineer Battalion ***** - Huron and Parkston * 211th Engineer Company ****** - Madison and De Smet * 740th Transportation Company *** - Milbank and Aberdeen * 147th Army Band ** - Mitchell * Company B, 139th Brigade Support Battalion ** - Mitchell * 200th Engineer Company ***** - Pierre, Chamberlain and Mobridge * Detachment 1, Company B, 1-112th Aviation Battalion ** - Rapid City * Company C, 1st Battalion, 189th Aviation Regiment ** - Rapid City * Headquarters Detachment, 109th Regional Support Group Rapid City * Joint Force Headquarters Rapid City * 82nd Civil Support Team **** - Rapid City *216th Firefighter Headquarters Rapid City *SDARNG Recruiting and Retention Command - Rapid City *SDARNG Training Center **** - Rapid City *SDARNG Medical Command **** - Rapid City *451st Engineer Detachment (Firefighters) ** - Rapid City *55th Engineer Company ***** - Rapid City and Wagner *235th Military Police Company ** - Rapid City and Sioux Falls *2nd Battalion, 196th Regional Training Institute - Sioux Falls *1742nd Transportation Company - Sioux Falls and Flandreau *1st Battalion, 196th Regional Training Institute - Sturgis *881st Troop Command - Sturgis *842nd Engineer Company *** - Spearfish, Belle Fourche and Sturgis *730th Area Support Medical Company - Vermillion *Forward Support Company, 147th Field Artillery Battalion - Watertown *Headquarters Battery, 147th Field Artillery Battalion *** - Watertown *Battery B, 1-147th Field Artillery Battalion *** - Yankton **Denotes second straight year for receiving the award. ***Denotes third straight year for receiving the award. ****Denotes fourth straight year for receiving the award. *****Denotes fifth straight year for receiving the award. ******Denotes sixth straight year for receiving the award. 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