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
Wildfire season is still underway, and the National Guard stays prepared by containing a wildland fire during a field training exercise. Help your community when disaster strikes: http://bit.ly/2OxhS2N
Can you recite the Ranger Creed? Learn it firsthand when you take on Ranger School. Let's get you there: http://bit.ly/2nzVNFD
Whether you see yourself behind the wheel or in the gunner seat, we can help get you there. Click here: http://bit.ly/2vZiRBa
If it has wheels and belongs on the road, you'll learn how to keep in running in tip top shape. Learn more MOS 91B: Wheeled Vehicle Mechanic, and learn lifelong skills: http://bit.ly/2P9jbX4
If you are given the chance to be a role model, take it. You never know how you will positively impact those around you.
“I joined at 17 years old. I made a commitment to serve and defend my country from enemies both foreign and domestic. The Army National Guard has helped mold me into the man I am today. With the training I have received - I am more disciplined, loyal, and courageous. I initially joined to have my college paid for, but after my years of service, I realized it was more than that. The bonds with battle buddies and admirable leadership have shown me that the Army National Guard isn't just a free ride, but a duty.” –Dujuan Thomas
Who's keeping you accountable at the gym? Tag them in the comments!
When disaster strikes your community, will you answer the call to serve? Hawaii National Guard members performed disaster relief efforts as Mount Kilauea erupted. Message us to see how you can serve.
Welcome to our simulator. This smart range provides firing data to Guard Soldiers. Best of all: No one has to pick up brass! Click here to train with us: http://bit.ly/2Lzb4og
Set your goals high, and don't stop until you get there. If you have a question about getting started with the Guard, send us a message.
Artillery, cavalry, engineers, and aviators from multiple states helped fight the Carr Fire in California. Now, the Army National Guard Soldiers continue to assist with restoration efforts after more than 1,000 homes have been destroyed, and nearly 150,000 acres have been burned.
Are you scheduled to take the ASVAB? Try this practice question and get in touch with a recruiter to take the test: http://bit.ly/2LwtbeT
"Helping out this community means a lot to me, because I grew up here." Hawaii National Guard members are doing safety and relief work due to volcanic activity and destruction from Mount Kilauea.
Do you remember engaging in machine gun qualifications? If you've never done it, see how you can take on the training: http://bit.ly/2OvKyu6
Warfare in the digital age has a new front line—cyberspace. Our growing cyber force needs you, as MOS 17C: Cyber Operations Specialist. See how we'll teach you advanced tactics for the fiber-optic fight: http://bit.ly/2M06NXl
This mother-daughter duo shows us a smile that's infectious and a bond that can never be broken.
Congrats to 1LT Leslie Greenfield for her graduation from the Infantry Basic Officer Course. Greenfield is the first woman in the California National Guard to complete IBOC and is one of only 38 women across the country to complete the course.
How are you staying Guard strong? Share tips on how you keep your workouts interesting.
Are you looking to extend your enlistment? Reach out to us to learn more about benefits and bonus potential.
Only you can make the decision to change your life. No one can do it for you. Ready to get started? Talk with our team.
On the list of things to know before shipping to basic training? The Phonetic Alphabet. Memorize and be able to pronounce the phonetic alphabet before you're face-to-face with a drill sergeant.
What questions can we answer about the ASVAB? If you're ready to get started, visit: http://bit.ly/2Llf6N4
If you wake up thinking about it, don't stop working for it. Learn how to get to basic training this fall: http://bit.ly/2NTxRJc