US National Guard
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Chief, National Guard Bureau
General Frank J. Grass
Vice Chief, National Guard Bureau
Lieutenant General Joseph L. Lengyel
Senior Enlisted Advisor to the CNGB
Chief Master Sergeant Mitchell O. Brush
Director, Air National Guard
Lieutenant General Stanley E. Clarke III
Lieutenant General Timothy J. Kadavy
Did your weekend include driving a vehicle like this? It could have. Ask us how.
Motivation is what gets you started on a new path. If you're motivated to become a stronger version of yourself, chat with us.
This is it. Phase 3 of basic training is where you'll need to pass a series of physical challenges and mental tests in order to graduate. Ask us what you'll be doing during phase 3.
Phase 2 of basic training is where you'll develop your combat skills and begin weapons training. What questions can we answer about phase 2?
Phase 1 of basic training is where your transition from civilian to Soldier begins. You'll learn the fundamentals of the Army National Guard and take on classroom training. Get started here: http://bit.ly/2IYqJsP
The State Partnership Program includes 75 partnerships with 81 nations around the globe. Ask us which nation is partnered with your state.
MOS 19D: Cavalry Scouts are responsible for being the eyes and ears of the commander during battle. This career takes bravery, smarts and good timing. Let us know if you have those qualities: http://bit.ly/2CJCdjD
If you're in college or graduating this year, learn how Officer Candidate School (OCS) can accelerate your Guard career: http://bit.ly/2xOt6Ku
“I joined the National Guard to be the best version of myself, to best serve my country, and answer the call to protect this great nation against all enemies, foreign and domestic! I wish to pursue a career in law enforcement in my civilian life and continue to be a positive example in my community!” – George Martinez
Over 3,250 Guard members are activated to support the search, rescue, and recovery missions in Florida. We serve close to home and put community first. #HurricaneMichael
Do you physically have what it takes to be a Guard Soldier? Find out here using our fitness calculator: http://bit.ly/2IqKyJ0
If you look around, and notice yourself wondering what you can do to help others and become a positive influence in your community, we want to hear from you. Send us a message!
Up at zero dark thirty for a brief on response plans. Florida National Guard Soldiers are rolling out to support emergency responders in rescue operations. #HurricaneMichael
If your determination to succeed is strong enough, failure is not an option. Talk to us about how you can serve not only your country, but the community you live in as well.
The TALON IV Hazmat Robot puts the power of technology at your fingertips. You control its sensors, cameras, and movements. Make this your career now: http://bit.ly/2NbgUZ3
Tell us the answer to this practice ASVAB question. If you're curious about what happens after you take the test, click here: http://bit.ly/2NcPW3o
Take pride in the job you do. As a Guard Soldier, what you do matters. Learn more about career opportunities: http://bit.ly/2NhDoYE
Join the National Guard as MOS 15T: UH-60 Helicopter Repairer, and make sure all Black Hawks are mission ready. Learn more here: http://bit.ly/2RdtYAf
North Carolina Soldiers supplied more than 400 families with food and water over the course of 2 days while operating a food and water distribution station during Hurricane Florence recovery efforts.
“I joined the Alabama National Guard because I wanted to be a part of something bigger and better than myself. I wanted to serve this beautiful country of ours while still living and going to college in my home state, and to have a financially stable life for myself and my future family.” -Katelin Henderson
There's nothing like a Guard Soldier to provide a little fitness motivation during high-school gym class. What sport are you currently playing?
A National Guard obstacle course isn't always mud and barbed wire. Sometimes, it's high crawling through the tide. Are you ready to show us what you got? Send us a message.
Give yourself a new view from the office. Ask us how you can get started with the National Guard.