NATIONAL GUARD magazine

Washington Report (July 20, 2015) Maj. Gen. Linda Singh emerged from a rough childhood with a will to succeed. She’s now the adjutant general of Maryland and her well-known story is an avenue for her soldiers and airmen to approach her with their own tales. Read about it in the July issue of... Read more
NATIONAL GUARD magazine July 2015 Washington UpdateBy Matt Pincus(read online digital version) Over the past few years, national polling has found Congress to be less popular than root canals, the French, and colonoscopies, but still, to its credit, ahead of the Kardashians and meth labs. These... Read more
NATIONAL GUARD magazine July 2015 Chairwoman's MessageBy Maj. Gen. Deborah A. Ashenhurst Since my days as a second lieutenant, I have missed very few of the annual NGAUS gatherings like the one planned for September in Nashville, Tenn. And I regret missing those few. The conference offers every... Read more
NATIONAL GUARD magazine July 2015 Guard RootsBy Bob Haskell(read online digital version) Army officials did something novel during the last drawdown. They gathered component leaders to negotiate the cuts President Ronald Reagan had been kind to the military during his term as commander in chief.... Read more
NATIONAL GUARD magazine July 2015(read online digital version) ‘Wearing the uniform of my country has been the highlight of my life’ Before he became a lawmaker on Capitol Hill, Lindsey Graham practiced law, first in the Air Force (1982-1988) and then in the South Carolina Air National Guard (1989-... Read more
NATIONAL GUARD magazine July 2015By Ron Jensen(read online digital version) Maryland's senior officer has made her remarkable journey an open book, one demonstrating that past need not be prologue Ah, sweet perspective. Perspective allows us to view the world from another perch, to see things over... Read more
NATIONAL GUARD magazine July 2015By William Matthews(read online digital version) New systems, greater precision and the emergence of conventional adversaries have Guard field artillery on the rise moving forward Sometimes the call would come in the middle of the night. Soldiers of the Wisconsin... Read more
Washington Report (June 23, 2015) Simulators have been a valuable tool for years, but new technology is allowing the National Guard to broaden the scope of the training they provide. Large-scale exercises are now a click away. Read about it in the new issue of NATIONAL GUARD. National Guard... Read more
NATIONAL GUARD magazine June 2015 Washington UpdateBy Retired Maj. Gen. Gus Hargett(read online digital version) One of the best parts of being NGAUS president is visiting state associations and National Guard units across the country. Beyond the chance to update Guardsmen of developments in... Read more
NATIONAL GUARD magazine June 2015 Chairwoman's MessageBy Maj. Gen. Deborah Ashenhurst(read online digital version) The National Commission on the Future of the Army got underway last month and my hopes were high as I began to read the transcripts of testimony presented to the eight panel members.... Read more

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