Army National Guard

Task Force Resources NGAUS 101: Task ForcesTask Force SOP Updated!Conflict of Interest Form Note: Industry representatives must be a corporate member of NGAUS to participate in task force activities. Joint Task Forces Personnel/Medical Lt. Col. Karin S. Killeen Domestic Operations MG Glenn A... Read more
Via NGAUS Press Release: WASHINGTON (Sept. 6, 2012) — Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, the Republican nominee for president, will address nearly 4,000 Guard officers and their guests on Sept. 11 at 11:15 a.m. during the 134th National Guard Association of the United States General Conference... Read more
Tomorrow is the day! Army Lt. Gen. Frank Grass will succeed Air Force Gen. Craig McKinley as Chief of the National Guard Bureau at the Pentagon. In July, Lt. Gen. Grass was confirmed by the U.S. Senate for this new post. During the ceremony, Lt. Gen. Grass will finally receive his fourth star... Read more
Gen. Raymond T. Odierno, Army Chief of Staff, will be addressing the NGAUS conference in Reno, Nevada during the first business session on Monday, September 10. The majority of his keynote address will be a Q&A session with NGAUS members.  If you are not attending, but would like to ask Gen.... Read more
We sure are, and we hope to see you in Reno, Nevada as we gather with fellow National Guard men and women from all 50 States, Guam, Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands, and the District of Columbia.  This year's conference theme is "The National Guard: Hometown Force, Global Reach." During the day... Read more
Established in 1636 when ordinary citizens formed militias to defend against hostile attacks, the National Guard is the country’s oldest military branch. The Guard’s citizen-soldiers have served as the nation’s first line of defense since America’s birth and have fought in every major conflict in... Read more
Today NGAUS hosted four Army National Guard Outstanding Soldiers/Non-Commission Officers of the Year. Earlier this month, seven Soldiers and seven non-commissioned officers competed in a head to head in the Army National Guard's Best Warrior Competition to see who was the best of the best. The... Read more
Imagine if there was a nuclear attack in the United State today. Who would be there to respond, to help save lives? Local and state authorities, as well as first responders, would no doubt be overwhelmed. The National Guard inevitably would be called out in support missions, and if the damage was... Read more
Appropriations Bill StatusThe House completed work on their version of the bill on July 19, however, Senate leaders have acknowledged they will likely be unable to complete work on FY13 spending measures until after the November elections.  As a result, House and Senate leaders announced that they... Read more
Yesterday the House Armed Services Subcommittee on Emerging Threats and Capabilities held a hearing on the “Digital Warrior: Improving Military Capabilities for Cyber Operations." Chairman Mac Thornberry (R-Tex.) and Ranking Member Jim Langevin (D-RI) questioned at length on the recruiting,... Read more

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