Maj. Gen. Barry D. Keeling is pinned with two-star rank insignia by his family and Maj. Gen. Glenn H. Curtis, the Louisiana adjutant general, during his official promotion ceremony at the Ansel M. Stroud Jr. Military History and Weapons Museum at Jackson Barracks in New Orleans, May 15.
The National Guard would share the deputy-commander slot at U.S. Northern Command with the Reserves if the Senate Armed Services Committee's version of the defense authorization bill becomes law. [More]
It’s now possible to visit the Museum’s seven galleries, experience the historical significance of specific exhibits and examine fascinating “Don’t Miss” artifacts, all from your home or anywhere around the world.
The virtual tour will provide you with the opportunity to learn more about the past, present and future story of the Guard and its role within American history.