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FARGO, N.D. — Two medical officers with the North Dakota Air National Guard have been promoted to the rank of colonel. Bryan Delage and Robert Schulter received the promotions in front of their family and fellow Airmen during an Aug. 3 ceremony at the 119th Wing in Fargo.
“It’s a great day when we can promote not just one, but two great officers, to full colonel,” said Maj. Gen. David Sprynczynatyk, North Dakota adjutant general, who spoke at the ceremony. “Together, they have served our military well for more than 40 years. Their well-deserved promotions were earned through their excellent military service and hard work.”
Delage joined the North Dakota Army National Guard in November 1989, serving as the battalion surgeon for the 142nd Engineer Combat Battalion until 2003. In 2005, he transferred to the North Dakota Air National Guard, where he now serves as the state air surgeon with the Guard’s Joint Force Headquarters, Bismarck.Delage and his wife, Kristi, have three children and live in Ortonville, Minn., where he works as a family physician at Northside Medical Clinic and Ortonville Area Health Services.
Schulte, of Bismarck, N.D., was commissioned as a second lieutenant with the U.S. Air Force in 1993, served in the Air Force Reserve from 1996-99, and then joined the North Dakota AirNational Guard in 1999. He now serves as the Guard’s 119th Medical Group commander. Schulte and his wife, Kathy, have two children. He is an associate professor at the University of Mary and, as a board certified clinical specialist in physical therapy with a doctor of science degree, remains active in sports medicine clinical research and practice.
Since the 2001 terrorist attacks on America, the North Dakota National Guard has mobilized more than 4,000 Soldiers and more than 2,400 Airmen in support of the Global War on Terrorism. About 70 percent of all members serving today have joined since that time. Currently, about 70 North Dakota Guardsmen are serving overseas and more than 200 are serving in Washington, D.C., and on the southwest border of the United States. With a total force of about 4,400 Guardsmen, the North Dakota National Guard remains ready for stateside response and national defense. For every 10,000 citizens in North Dakota, 65 serve in the North Dakota National Guard, a rate that’s more than four times the national average.