Domestic Response

(Dec. 21, 2012) As 2012 comes to a close, the National Guard ends a year in which it was kept busy throughout with several natural disasters, including battling raging wildfires, picking up the pieces after multiple tornadoes and evacuating citizens in the wake of two hurricanes. When springtime... Read more
WASHINGTON (Dec. 19, 2012) ― The National Guard Association of the United States today  released the following statement by retired Maj. Gen. Gus L. Hargett Jr., the NGAUS president: “The final conference report on the fiscal 2013 National Defense Authorization Act is a mixed bag of wins and losses... Read more
All across the United States, Americans are seeing the same image – the power of the National Guard in response to national disasters. As Hurricane Sandy swept across the east coast late last week, over 85,000 National Guard member were made available to assist civilian authorities in potentially... 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

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