Public Affairs Portfolio

July 4, 1776

Public Affairs Portfolio (photos, videos, storytelling, & publications)

  1. Videos
  2. Storytelling
  3. Photos
  4. Publications

Maryland team helps Estonian bomb techs fuse camera techniques UXO awareness mission in Estonia

Video Products – | …

Some of the publications I’ve designed and some that I’ve guided other designers on. Click the image to see the publication.


Complete productions.


Lead teammates DSLR cameras to expand their skills and create something different using GoPro cameras, sliders, and different camera angles, also provided video.


International partnership with Armed Forces of Bosnia and Herzegovina, training their public affairs officers on equipment provided under the European Command’s Humanitarian Mine Action program. The training included using digital cameras for photo/video editing and producing communication products to better inform the public on the de-mining operations throughout the nation.

Storytelling – | …

The Maryland Army National Guard’s 104th Area Support Medical Company conducted its first Medical Warrior Challenge competition, on Sept. 12, 2015, to build teamwork and strengthen esprit de corps within the unit. The competition included a 500-group push-up event, 9-line medevacs, medical scenarios, sked litter obstacle course, land navigation, and road march.

WESTMINSTER, Md. (Dec. 21, 2013) – High school football players from across Maryland competed in the sixth annual Maryland Crab Bowl senior all-star game at McDaniel College, Gill Stadium, Dec. 21, 2013. The college was home to the Baltimore Ravens’ summer training camp until the 2011 season.

Soldiers from the Maryland Army National Guard’s 253rd Engineer Company (Sapper) in La Plata, Md., spent their drill weekend training with a Mobile Training Team to become certified robot operators. The Jan. 12-13 drill weekend also included breeching doors, Modern Army Combatives and weapons familiarity.

BALTIMORE (Feb. 4, 2014) – In 1776, Congress passed legislation allowing black men to enlist in the armed services. Following that decision, approximately 7,000 black men enlisted in the Army to defend America during the Revolutionary War. Throughout the nation’s history, they continued to play significant roles in the U.S. military.

The Maryland National Guard’s 32nd Civil Support Team participated in a training exercise on Nov. 6, 2014, at the Walter Reed Army Medical Center, in Washington, D.C. The unit’s performance was assessed by Army North evaluators.

BALTIMORE (June 25, 2013) – Firefighters of Baltimore’s Engine Company 45 will soon be able to break bread in a recently renovated kitchen, thanks to a training partnership with the Maryland Army National Guard’s 244th Engineer Company.

Members from several Maryland Guard units are deployed to Crisfield, Md., to assist local authorities with house-to-house evacuations on Oct. 30, 2012. The Service members have been stationed in the area since Sunday performing 24-hour operations.

BALTIMORE (Feb. 11, 2014) – The United States Army Air Forces, which became the U.S. Air Force in 1947, was home to the 332nd Fighter Group “Redtails” piloted by the Tuskegee Airmen. Until 1948 women were not to allowed to serve in the U.S. military.

MIDDLE RIVER, Md. (Feb. 10, 2014) – On a cold, overcast weekend, the Maryland National Guard’s 231st Chemical Company and 175th Civil Engineering Fire and Emergency Services Flight conducted joint HAZMAT training at Warfield Air National Guard Base in Middle River, Md., on Feb. 8-9, 2014.

REISTERSTOWN, Md. (April 21, 2013) — The Maryland Army National Guard completed its 2013 Best Warrior Competition at Camp Fretterd Military Reservation April 21, 2013, to determine the year’s best Soldier and noncommissioned officer. Sgt. Delvon Anderson was named the Noncommissioned Officer of the Year and Spc. Robert Anderson was named the Soldier of the Year.

May 30, 2009, the drill floor at the Melvin H. Cade Armory was dedicated to 1st Sgt. Lloyd R. Scott, Sr., during a ceremony. Scott enlisted as a private at the end of World War II and was ordered to active duty to serve in Korea with the 231st Transportation Truck Battalion – now the 229th Main Support Battalion.

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Crisfield Md.

5 years ago

Members from several Maryland Guard units are deployed to Crisfield Md., to assist local authorities with house-to-house evacuations...


3 years ago

Staff Sgt. Verlillian Githara, 104th Area Support Medical Company food service specialist, serves with the Baltimore City Police...

Weide Army Airfield Ground Breaking

8 years ago

The Maryland Army National Guard broke ground on a $22.6 million project to renovate the Army Aviation Support Facility at Weide Army...

German Armed Forces Badge

7 years ago

The Maryland National Guard's 32nd Civil Support Team (Weapons of Mass Destruction) hosted the German Armed Forces Badge for Military...


10 years ago

Border Patrol Agent R24 scans his 120 mile Yuma, Ariz., sector for any illegal crossings May 28, 2008. Charlie Company, 2nd Battalion,...


3 years ago

The Maryland Army National Guard and the Maryland Helicopter Aquatic Rescue Team conducts swift water rescue training with the...

Publications – | …

Some of the publications I’ve designed and some that I’ve guided other designers on. Click the image to see the publication.
I currently manage the production of The Maryland Line.

2014 Issue 4 - The Maryland Line
2015 Issue 1 - The Maryland Line
2014 Spring - The Maryland Line
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2013 Summer - The Maryland Line
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