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National Guard Bureau
National Guard Bureau leaders say taking care of Guardsmen key to meeting mission at home, abroad
February 9, 2024
— Army Gen. Daniel R. Hokanson, chief of the National Guard Bureau, said that as the global security landscape has become increasingly complex, the National Guard continues to fill its role as an indispensable warfighting force while at the same time responding in times of crisis at home...
DOD Leaders: Redefining cybersecurity a priority for all
October 23, 2023
— Cybersecurity is experiencing a dramatic transformation. What was once primarily the domain of IT specialists has evolved into a collective responsibility for all defense personnel. Each member now plays a crucial role in fortifying the digital realm against looming threats...
New seals a ‘singular representation’ of Army, Air Guard
August 22, 2022
— Seals are the oldest form of heraldic insignia and have evolved over time to represent monarchies, families, and organizations. As a military design, seals represent the common identity of members of military organizations. As the nation’s oldest armed force, the National Guard, is no exception. In April 2022, the National Guard Bureau and the Army National Guard updated the appearance of their seals, and the Air National Guard established its first...
Continued investments make Guard effective, chief says
June 13, 2022
— The chief of the National Guard Bureau told senators June 7 that continued investments in the National Guard mean it will be able to effectively support the Joint Force while quickly responding to the needs on the home front...
Air Force to survey members on interpersonal violence
September 3, 2020
— The Air Force will soon survey total force Airmen and Space Professionals about their experiences surrounding interpersonal violence...
No sign of operations tempo slowing, National Guard Bureau chief says
July 6, 2020
— Some 120,000 members of the National Guard have responded this year to natural disasters — floods in Michigan, wildfires in Kansas and tornadoes in Tennessee, just to name a few — and have participated in global military operations and responded to civil disturbances and to COVID-19, the chief of the National Guard Bureau said...
Guard's COVID-19 response is largest since Hurricane Katrina
May 12, 2020
— Almost 47,000 Soldiers and Airmen from the National Guard are activated to help fight COVID-19 in the Guard’s largest domestic response effort since Hurricane Katrina in 2005. More than 51,000 Guard members responded to Katrina...
National Guard chief: More Guard members to be called up
April 13, 2020
— More than 28,000 National Guard members are on duty as part of COVID-19 response efforts, and that number is expected to grow, the Guard’s top general says...
National Guard turns 382: How is the National Guard 140 years older than the U.S.?
December 13, 2018
— When the National Guard celebrates its 382nd birthday Dec. 13, skeptics might ask the obvious question: "How can the National Guard be 140 years older than the nation, and exist more than two centuries before it popularly took on the name National Guard?"...
Texas ANG member shares lessons learned from Hurricane Harvey
February 9, 2018
— It’s been several months since Hurricane Harvey devastated Texans residing in the Rockport region. Nathan Ward, a local police officer from the area, is now reflecting on the days leading up to the hurricane and how his training in the National Guard made a noticeable impact on his first responder duties...