Some members of the Indiana National Guard will be deployed for about a year.
Maj. Gen. R. Martin Umbarger announced Tuesday morning that he will retire next year, after 45 years of service at the Indiana National Guard.
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel told most of the Department of Defense' furloughed employees to return to work Monday.
Staff Sergeant Randall Lane of Indianapolis died at Camp Phoenix on Friday.
The training helps prepare U.S. military, homeland security personnel and first responders to attend in the event of a large-scale emergency.
Lt. Col. Cathy Van Bree says come June, 1,000 full-time guard staffers will be furloughed.
The Indiana Department of Homeland Security’s new director will be John Hill, replacing current director Joe Wainscott.
Major General Martin Umbarger has apologized for appearing in a video supporting a Christian group which offers marriage counseling to soldiers.
Brigadier General Brian Copes has officially been in his new position since the beginning of May.
The head of the Indiana National Guard says more must be done to help address joblessness among veterans.