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The National Guard Bureau(NGB), Air National Guard, hosted a Domestic Capabilities Priorities Conference August 4-8, 2014 in Albuquerque, New Mexico.  This conference, formerly known as the Joint Domestic Operations Equipment Requirements (JDOERS) meeting is held as a means for field level experts... Read more
Washington Report (December 16, 2014)  A military suicide prevention bill named for an Indiana National Guardsman who killed himself in 2009 will become law when President Barack Obama signs the defense policy bill now on his desk. But one named for a former Marine who took his own life in 2011... Read more
Washington Report (December 16, 2014) President Barack Obama will have the authority to decide whether a New York National Guardsman who fought in World War I will receive the nation's highest military honor for his bravery in France in 1918. The 2015 defense policy bill now on the president's desk... Read more
By Rebecca Autrey December 11, 2014 National Guard leaders joined members of Congress, congressional staff, industry representatives and other Guard supporters on Capitol Hill Wednesday night to celebrate the Guard’s 378th birthday. About 250 people attended the event organized by NGAUS, including... Read more
Washington Report (December 9, 2014) The defense policy bill for fiscal 2015, which could be discussed today in the Senate after passing the House last week, has much for National Guardsmen to like, including a change to how Guard members can receive early retirement pay. Last week's Washington... Read more
Washington Report (December 9, 2014) Defense industry leaders and National Guard officials braved wet, cold weather to reach NGAUS headquarters today for the association's 18th Annual Industry Day, where a member of Congress touted the Guard as a key solution to our nation's budget woes. Click here... Read more
By Ron Jensen December 5, 2014 National Guardsmen should be pleased with the fiscal 2015 defense policy bill hammered out in Congress and now awaiting action by the Senate after it was passed by the House. But it is clear the fight on critical issues is not over and NGAUS is preparing for another... Read more
WASHINGTON (Dec. 2, 2014) —The National Guard Association of the United States today released the following statement by retired Maj. Gen. Gus Hargett, the NGAUS president: “The compromise fiscal 2015 National Defense Authorization Act now awaiting approval by the full House and Senate sends a... Read more
Washington Report (Dec. 2, 2014) The Air Force will not retire A-10 fighter aircraft and the Army will not transfer AH-64 Apache helicopters from the National Guard in the current fiscal year.   Those are two important highlights of the fiscal 2015 National Defense Authorization Act hammered out by... 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

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