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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 Report (November 4, 2014) Two of the nation's leading military associations have joined together to ask Congress to get rid of automatic, across-the-board budget cuts known as sequestration. Retired Maj. Gen. Gus Hargett, the NGAUS president, and retired Gen. Gordon Sullivan, the... Read more
Washington Report (October 28, 2014) As committees in the House and Senate meet to find common ground between each chamber's version of the fiscal 2015 National Defense Authorization Act, the Defense Department has made its opinion known on about 90 issues, sometimes agreeing and often disagreeing... Read more
Washington Report (October 7, 2014) Bipartisan legislation in the Senate would provide legal assistance to National Guard members who are victims of sexual assault if the assault is related to their service. The National Guard and Reserve Access to Counsel Act was introduced by Sen. Amy Klobuchar,... Read more
September 18, 2014 For many Army National Guard soldiers, September drill is back on. Most states had canceled training for September because of a $101 million shortfall nationwide in funds. But the National Guard Bureau received congressional approval Wednesday to shift money from one fund to... Read more
Washington Report (September 16, 2014) The National Guard is still waiting for approval from one congressional committee before it can shift funds around and possibly hold September drill. Most states canceled training for September because of a lack of money. But the National Guard Bureau... Read more
By Ron Jensen Sept. 10, 2014 Army National Guardsmen may have a drill weekend this month after all. Several states canceled the training for September because of a lack of money. But the National Guard Bureau has requested permission to shift money from one fund to the personnel account that... Read more
Washington Report (September 3, 2014) A budget shortfall is forcing most if not all states to postpone drill this month for members of the Army National Guard. According to Guard officials, there is not enough money in the fiscal 2014 budget to pay for September training.  The National Guard... Read more
Washington Report (September 3, 2014) Video of speeches from the 136th General Conference & Exhibition can now be found on the NGAUS YouTube page. Click here to view photos from the conference. Clips include remarks by Gen. Mark Welsh, chief of staff of the Air Force. In his speech during the... Read more

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