Army National Guard

Washington Report (February 3, 2015) The Army National Guard would shrink by more than 8,000 soldiers under the fiscal 2016 budget released Monday by the White House. But the Air National Guard would gain 500 members. And those soldiers and airmen, along with all other military members and federal... Read more
Washington Report (February 3, 2015) NGAUS has teamed up with the University of Phoenix to offer three full-tuition master's degree scholarships to association members who are current National Guardsmen in the rank of lieutenant colonel or below. Warrant officers may also apply. NGAUS and the... Read more
WASHINGTON (February 2, 2015) ― The National Guard Association of the United States today released the following statement by retired Maj. Gen. Gus Hargett, the NGAUS president. “National Guardsmen nationwide applaud the Military Compensation and Retirement Modernization Commission for providing... Read more
By Ron Jensen January 30, 2015 NGAUS sees much that National Guardsmen might like in the report released Thursday by the Military Compensation and Retirement Modernization Commission, but the 15 recommendations made by panel members after two years of study and input from 150,000 interested parties... Read more
Washington Report (January 27, 2015) Army National Guard soldiers who were set to replace forces in Senegal and Liberia fighting West Africa's devastating Ebola outbreak will not be needed in that effort, Adm. John Kirby, a Pentagon spokesman, said Friday. Soldiers from four Guard units would have... Read more
Washington Report (January 27, 2015) The New York National Guard had about 400 soldiers on duty this morning as New York City, Long Island and the lower Hudson Valley entered the second day of a three-day weather event. New York Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo called out the Guard troops as part of a... Read more
By Ron Jensen January 16, 2015 The National Guard lost 133 soldiers and airmen to suicide in 2013, according to a Defense Department report released Friday. That includes 119 soldiers and 14 airmen and represents an overall increase from 2012 when 130 Guardsmen took their own lives. That figure was... Read more
Washington Report (January 13, 2015) A bill addressing the issue of military suicides passed the House Monday. The Clay Hunt Suicide Prevention Act is named for a Marine veteran who took his own life in 2011. If the bill becomes law, veterans will have greater access to mental health care, and... Read more
01.06.15 Letter to Committee Leadership
01.06.15 letter to POTUS

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