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Tulane Partners with NGB

Tulane University’s School of Professional Advancement will soon offer credit towards a graduate degree for service members who complete the National...
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Step Kids

Guard children face many of the same challenges as their active-duty counterparts, yet they're not deemed full members of the military family
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In the House

Congress now includes nine current Guardsmen. None of them appears ready to stop serving in uniform, especially the new three
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Numbers Game

President’s budget contains lots of positives for the Guard, but the proposal is far from a done deal
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Fighting Remote

Coming wave of robots and other remotely controlled devices will likely change the battlefield and domestic response
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Remaining Strong

Guard Apache helicopter force has been through the wringer, but it’s back in the fight and better days appear ahead
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Staying Put

New retirement system proving less than popular with those eligible to switch from the legacy program Most service members don’t think much of the...
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In Space

Guard contribution to the space mission is small in size, yet unique in capability and significant in impact Ancient militaries looked to the stars to...
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Indiana Congressman Addresses NGAUS Industry Day william.rohrs Tue, 12/11/2018 - 13:27
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Indiana Congressman Addresses NGAUS Industry Day

Rep. Jim Banks, R-Ind., stressed the importance of Congress working with the executive branch on defense issues while speaking today to industry...
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NGAUS Industry Day Gathers Buyers, Sellers william.rohrs Tue, 12/04/2018 - 15:59
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NGAUS Industry Day Gathers Buyers, Sellers

NGAUS will bring together National Guard leaders and more than 200 defense-industry officials during Industry Day events next week. Nearly 200...
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Magazine: Artificial Intelligence, Home & Gone, Guard Sacrifice william.rohrs Tue, 11/27/2018 - 12:50
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Magazine: Artificial Intelligence, Home & Gone, Guard Sacrifice

Advancing technology is making simulators more realistic than ever, but artificial intelligence will provide an even bigger leap ahead in simulation...
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Game Changer

Rapidly advancing technology is making simulation training easier and more realistic, but artificial intelligence offers an even bigger leap ahead....
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Home & Gone

Guardsmen returned triumphant from Europe after World War I, but few ever served again. 1919 could have presented many challenges for the Guard given...
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NGEF Recognizes 14 Major Donors at Reception william.rohrs Wed, 11/21/2018 - 09:40
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NGEF Recognizes 14 Major Donors at Reception

The National Guard Educational Foundation recognized 14 individual or corporate donors Nov. 17 during a special reception at the National Guard...
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NGAUS Board to Hold Annual Autumn Meeting william.rohrs Tue, 11/13/2018 - 13:18
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NGAUS Board to Hold Annual Autumn Meeting

The 2019 NGAUS budget, the upcoming congressional session and current National Guard operations will top the agenda when the association's board of...
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Report: U.S. Military only 'Marginally' Capable william.rohrs Tue, 10/09/2018 - 10:09
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Report: U.S. Military only 'Marginally' Capable

The U.S. military received only a passing grade in its annual report card from the Heritage Foundation. The force is likely capable of meeting the...
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Future Focus

In a much-anticipated reveal, the Army this summer announced the location of its new Futures Command, slated to be operational by July 2019. The up...
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Great Bosses

Cpl. Robert Raber was in the U.S. Virgin Islands responding to Hurricane Maria last year when his house in Tennessee caught fire. “I have a wife at...
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Heroes on the Homefront

The war in Iraq ambushed Jackie McKenna in the haven of her home in Savannah, Georgia, while she was videoconferencing with her husband, John, a...
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Retro Attack

Air Force leaders believe fourth- and fifth-generation fighters are too much airplane for many missions around the world. Secretary Heather Wilson...
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Show & Tell

More than 300 companies and organizations will pack the exhibition floor at the 140th General Conference & Exhibition in New Orleans this month. While...
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In Country

Terry MacDonald chuckles when asked why he enlisted in the Indiana Army National Guard in 1968. “To stay out of Vietnam,” he says. I’ll be honest with...
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