Army National Guard

Witnessing a family reunion at the 50-yard line or watching feel-good videos of deployed soldiers reuniting with their dogs is the biggest glimpse many Americans ever get into life in the U.S. military. One percent of people in this country fight 100 percent of its wars. A vast majority of... Read more
Washington Post (November 25, 2014) Two company-grade National Guard officers will spend one year at NGAUS as the inaugural participants in a fellowship program approved this month by the NGAUS board of directors. Second Lt. Mark Caruso of the New Jersey Army Guard and 2nd Lt. Charles Martin of... Read more
Washington Report (November 18, 2014) Governors are concerned that the Army is pushing ahead with its plan to transfer AH-64 Apache helicopters from the Army National Guard and want lawmakers to tell the service to knock it off. In a letter signed by four state executives, the National Governors... Read more
Washington Report (November 18, 2014) The National Guard Memorial Museum has re-opened its World War II gallery after closing it for several weeks to undergo a renovation. The new-look "The Citizen Soldier in World War II" gallery was formally opened to the public Saturday. National Guard... Read more
(November 14, 2014) The National Defense University Foundation honored the men and women of the National Guard Thursday night with its American Patriot Award. Gen. Frank J. Grass, the chief of the National Guard Bureau, accepted the award on behalf of the nearly 470,000 soldiers and airmen who... Read more
Washington Report (November 10, 2014) The NGAUS board of directors will meet Friday through Sunday at the National Guard Memorial under its new leadership. Maj. Gen. Deborah Ashenhurst, the Ohio adjutant general, will convene her first meeting as the board's chairwoman.   Joining her at the... Read more
Washington Report (November 10, 2014) Soldiers and airmen gearing up to work on Capitol Hill heard from various military service organizations during a lunch at the NGAUS headquarters Wednesday.     Service members selected to participate in the Congressional Fellowship Program headed to the... Read more
(November 5, 2014) It was good to be a citizen-soldier in Congress on Election Day. All five currently serving National Guardsmen running for re-election to the House of Representatives won their bids. The list includes Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, D-Hawaii, Rep. Adam Kinzinger, R-Ill., Rep. Steven Palazzo... Read more
Washington Report (November 4, 2014) Two of the nation's leading military associations have joined together to ask Congress to get rid of automatic, across-the-board budget cuts known as sequestration. Retired Maj. Gen. Gus Hargett, the NGAUS president, and retired Gen. Gordon Sullivan, the... Read more
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

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