Kentucky Army National Guard Public Affairs Office
Deputy Adjutant General to swear son into Kentucky Army National Guard
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE April 28, 2006
WHAT: Deputy Adjutant General Norman Arflack is scheduled to swear his son, Sgt. Aaron Arflack, into the Kentucky Army National Guard.
WHERE: Conference room, State Emergency Operations Center, Boone National Guard Center, Frankfort
WHEN: 1 p.m. EDT, Monday, May 1, 2006
FRANKFORT, KY – Brigadier General Normal Arflack will preside over an enlistment ceremony during which he will swear his son, Sgt. Aaron Arflack, into the Kentucky Army National Guard at 1 p.m. EDT on Monday, May 1. The event will take place in the upstairs conference room in the State Emergency Operations Center located at Boone National Guard Center in Frankfort.
Sgt. Arflack, a native of Owensboro, is a veteran of Operation Iraqi Freedom, having recently returned home after serving a year in Iraq with the US Army’s 11th Armor Cavalry Regiment, based in Fort Irwin, California.
This enlistment makes Sgt. Arflack a third generation member of the Kentucky Army National Guard. His father, Brig. Gen. Norman Arflack, a Frankfort resident, has been a member of the Kentucky Army National Guard since June 7, 1970. Sgt. Arflack’s grandfather, Chief Warrant Officer (retired) George E. Arflack, also a Frankfort resident, served for more than 30 years in the military, most of which were in the Kentucky Army Guard.