NATIONAL GUARD magazine

NATIONAL GUARD magazine January 2017By Cody Erbacher(read online digital version) NGEDA meeting offers a preview of the 2017 NGAUS conference. But this month’s gathering will cover more than just event planning NGAUS is often referred to as “an association of associations,” the latter being the... Read more
NATIONAL GUARD magazine January 2017By Cody Erbacher(read online digital version) Guardsmen are once again big players in planning, executing and securing the inauguration The National Guard will continue a longstanding military tradition this month when it supports the inauguration of President-... Read more
NATIONAL GUARD magazine January 2017By William Matthews(read online digital version) Freak storms and wildfires that have become more frequent are changing the way some states approach disaster response With flood water lapping nearly to their windshields, two National Guard trucks advance... Read more
December 2016 The National Guard celebrates its 380th birthday this month.  America’s oldest military organization nears four centuries of continuous service since its birth in 1636.  Complete coverage documenting a proud past is in the December issue of NATIONAL GUARD. Army and Air Guard units... Read more
NATIONAL GUARD magazine December 2016 Capital ViewBy Gen. Joseph L. Lengyel(read online digital version) Nearly four centuries ago, National Guard citizen-soldiers let go of their plows and picked up their muskets to meet the challenges of an uncertain world. We’ve come a long way since 1636, but... Read more
NATIONAL GUARD magazine December 2016 Capital ViewBy Sen. Patrick Leahy(read online digital version) In December 1636—380 YEARS AGO—the General Court of Massachusetts Bay Colony, a legislative body, organized the various haphazardly arranged town militia into a colony-wide force that could be... Read more
NATIONAL GUARD magazine December 2016 Guard RootsBy Bob Haskell(read online digital version) What we know of Guard history is grounded in the work of a few who have painstakingly validated the actions of hundreds of units Let us give mankind the benefit of the doubt. Let us presume the world and... Read more
NATIONAL GUARD magazine December 2016By Cody Erbacher(read online digital version) Includes Pie Graphs & Takeaways Survey shows Guardsmen still want to remain operational, but the new data also suggests rising employment concerns About one in three National Guardsmen is now saying their service... Read more
NATIONAL GUARD magazine December 2016By William Matthews(read online digital version) Army and Air Guard units are deploying to Europe in numbers and frequency not seen since the very height of the Cold War. It’s aimed to deter one audience and allay the fears of another For the past two years, the... Read more
November 2016 Tents have been standard Army and Air Force equipment for a long, long time. But the services are demanding field shelters that are easier to deploy, provide more comfort and require less energy, whether in the desert or on a polar ice sheet. Read about it in the current issue of... Read more

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