Another Wisconsin National Guard unit is taking off today (Tuesday) for Florida to help with the relief and cleanup efforts from Hurricane Irma. Members of the 127th Infantry unit from Appleton are among 25-hundred Guard troops called to active duty — which is about one quarter of the state’s total, and they’ll be in Florida for as long as they’re needed. On Monday, about 100 members of the 120th Field Artillery unit left Oconomowoc in “high water trucks” that can maneuver through areas hit with record rainfall and surges from the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico. This is the first deployments for many in the Oconomowoc unit, and Sergeant Terry Tackes of Sullivan says they’re “prepared for anything.” Other Guard troops plan to take off tomorrow (Wednesday), and most are expected in Florida by the end of the week.