NATIONAL GUARD magazine

Washington Report  (January 19, 2016) The Council of Governors is asking defense leaders in Congress to repeal a section of the fiscal 2016 National Defense Authorization Act that would turn National Guard dual-status technicians into civilian employees of the federal government. Gov. Terry E.... Read more
NATIONAL GUARD magazine January 2016 President's Annual ReportBy Retired Maj. Gen Gus Hargett(read online digital version) 2015 was an important year, but the next two may be critical, both for the Guard and the nation One year from now, the nation will inaugurate a new president during a sprawling... Read more
NATIONAL GUARD magazine January 2016 Chairwoman's MessageBy Retired Maj. Gen. Deborah Ashenhurst(read online digital version) Happy New Year! What a wild start to 2016. Horrendous storms have wreaked havoc across the middle of the country. Tornadoes, floods, snowstorms, high winds and fires have... Read more
NATIONAL GUARD magazine January 2016 Capital ViewBy Retired Lt. Gen. Stanley E. Clarke III(read online digital version) The heartbeat of the operational reserve beats in the chest of the Air National Guard. That's what I told the Senate Appropriations Committee’s defense subcommittee in April. And... Read more
Washington Report  (January 12, 2016) Civil Support Teams in the National Guard were designed to respond to the nation's worst nightmare. But the skills they contain and their easy access have expanded their role. Read how these teams have evolved in the January issue of NATIONAL GUARD. The NGAUS... Read more
NATIONAL GUARD magazine January 2016By William Matthews(read online digital version) Guard CBRNE units were created to respond to America’s worst nightmare. And while no such attack has occurred, these unique forces are in high demand It was 15 degrees and snowing heavily when a train hauling 109... Read more
NATIONAL GUARD magazine Janurary 2016 Guard RootsBy Ron Jensen(read online digital version) A peacekeeping assignment that began slowly 20 years ago demonstrated the Army Guard could be an operational force In early January 1996, Col. Drew Sullins, then a captain and public affairs officer in the... Read more
NATIONAL GUARD magazine Janurary 2016By Ryan Trainor(read online digital version) Curious about your ancestors’ military service? Public records can provide some answers. You just need to know where to look Searching military records to find an ancestor who took part in the history that shaped our... Read more
Janurary 2016 Civil Support Teams in the National Guard were designed to respond to the nation’s worst nightmare. But the skills they contain and their easy access have expanded their role. Read how these teams have evolved in the January issue of NATIONAL GUARD. The NGAUS president talks about... Read more
NATIONAL GUARD magazine December 2015By William Matthews(read online digital version) Three separate programs are bringing Guard Black Hawks into this century, but the fleet is large and progress is slow UH-60 No. 77-22720 was grounded for more than a week back in October. It wasn’t because the... Read more

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