Air National Guard

Washington Report (October 28, 2014) As committees in the House and Senate meet to find common ground between each chamber's version of the fiscal 2015 National Defense Authorization Act, the Defense Department has made its opinion known on about 90 issues, sometimes agreeing and often disagreeing... Read more
Washington Report (October 21, 2014) More than 30 current or former National Guardsmen across the country are bidding for election next month to the House or Senate. The list includes six current Guardsmen running for re-election to the House. They are   Rep. Tammy Duckworth, D-Ill., who... Read more
Washington Report (October 21, 2014) NGAUS has an immediate opening on its legislative staff for a legislative affairs manager for Air programs. The association prefers the successful candidate be a current or former officer in the National Guard and a member of NGAUS. The position performs... Read more
Washington Report (October 7, 2014) Rep. John Carney, D-Del., is spending the congressional recess pushing his plan to allow the Air Force to target certain upgrades to the C-130H to keep the aircraft flying. He was in New Castle, Del., Monday to discuss the issue with National Guard leadership in... Read more
Washington Report (October 7, 2014) When the armed services committees of the House and Senate meet to hammer out a National Defense Authorization Act for fiscal 2015, NGAUS is asking them to consider several Senate amendments that could be introduced and bring the Senate version in line with the... Read more
Washington Report (October 7, 2014) Bipartisan legislation in the Senate would provide legal assistance to National Guard members who are victims of sexual assault if the assault is related to their service. The National Guard and Reserve Access to Counsel Act was introduced by Sen. Amy Klobuchar,... Read more
Washington Report (September 16, 2014) Lawmakers will head home at the end of this week without passing defense authorization or spending bills for the next fiscal year. Congress is expected to pass a continuing resolution in lieu of a full appropriations bill. The measure would fund current... Read more
Washington Report (September 16, 2014) The nation's governors are pushing the Defense Department to use the National Guard as a major part of its cyber operations mission. Over the past three weeks Grace Washbourne, the NGAUS legislative program manager for joint and domestic operations programs,... Read more
Washington Report (September 16, 2014) The National Guard is still waiting for approval from one congressional committee before it can shift funds around and possibly hold September drill. Most states canceled training for September because of a lack of money. But the National Guard Bureau... Read more
Washington Report (Sept. 9, 2014) Rep. Tom Latham, R-Iowa, is seeking support among his colleagues for a section of the fiscal 2015 Senate Armed Services Committee defense bill that would provide National Guardsmen with an easier path toward an earlier retirement. He is requesting that his... Read more

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