Nevada Guard team helps convene 78th Legislative Session Published Feb. 3, 2015 By Staff Sgt. Mike Getten Joint Force Headquarters Public Affairs CARSON CITY -- The state of Nevada's 78th Legislative Session convened with the presentation of the colors by the Nevada Guard's Joint Color Guard in the Senate chambers at the state legislature building in Carson City today. The all-volunteer team was composed of two Soldiers and two Airmen, including Sgt. Robert Green and Staff Sgt. Rose Kemp from Joint Force Headquarters, Airman 1st Class David Almada from the 152nd Communications Flight and Master Sgt. Suzanne Connell of the 152nd Airlift Wing. A former civilian employee of the Nevada Guard was also in attendance for the presentation of colors. Claire Clift, the current Secretary of the Senate, recently left her position as the real property manager for the Guard to return to the Senate. The Nevada National Guard Color Guard is an all-volunteer task force that represents the Nevada Guard in a plethora of public events and is always looking for Soldiers and Airmen to become a member of the team. Soldiers and Airmen interested in participating in these events or supporting funeral honors as a member of the Nevada Guard Honor Guard should call Sgt. 1st Class Mayra Serrano at 775-887-7218 or write email@example.com.