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June 2018 Update

June 15, 2018
This month, the House and the Senate continue to work their way through the annual defense policy bill, the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA). The NDAA has a version passed by each chamber before their respective differences are settled by a... Read More Details

July 2018 Update

July 12, 2018
Congress continues to negotiate the final fiscal 2019 National Defense Authorization Act to authorize Defense Department programs. Congressional leaders aim to produce a final bill before August. The negotiators, also known as the Conference... Read More Details

Magazine: Fedrec, Warrants & World War 1

July 17, 2018
Sponsors of legislation that would speed the process for Pentagon approval of National Guard officer promotions are pushing for its inclusion in the fiscal 2019 National Defense Authorization Act, now being hammered out on Capitol Hill. They talk... Read More Details

Lengyel Goal: Eliminate Sexual Assault in Guard

July 17, 2018
Recognizing sexual assault as a serious threat to military professionalism and readiness, the chief of the National Guard Bureau re-emphasized the National Guard's commitment to "eradicate this scourge from our ranks." He made his case in a... Read More Details

AAFES Shifts Policy on Uniform Purchases for Guard

July 17, 2018
The Army, Air Force Exchange Service has temporarily changed its policy and will allow reserve-component members to purchase Operational Camouflage Pattern uniforms online. The change went into effect Friday, but is pending further discussions with... Read More Details

NGAUS Pushes Fedrec, Helicopters, More in NDAA

July 17, 2018
In a letter to the leaders of the House and Senate armed services committees, retired Brig. Gen. Roy Robinson, the NGAUS president, made clear the association’s views on several provisions of the fiscal 2019 National Defense Authorization Act that... Read More Details

Patrick Henry Award

Purpose One of the newer awards, created in 1989, is the Patrick Henry Award (the civilian counterpart to the NGAUS Distinguished Service Medal). The Patrick Henry Award is designed to provide recognition to local officials and civic leaders, who in... Read More Details

Distinguished Service Medal

Purpose In 1950, NGAUS established a decoration for distinguished service as its first major individual award. The Distinguished Service Medal was conceived to provide recognition for an individual who, as member of the Armed Forces (Active, Guard or... Read More Details

Meritorious Service Award

Purpose NGAUS created the Meritorious Service Award in 1972 based upon a perceived need for an additional Association award that would specifically recognize individuals for significant contributions to the United States Government, the Armed Forces... Read More Details