NATIONAL GUARD magazine

NATIONAL GUARD magazine August 2015 Washington UpdateBy Grace Washbourne(read online digital version) Progress is sometimes harder to detect in Washington, D.C., than, say, on the battlefield. Armies may measure progress by miles advanced or enemy forces destroyed, both easily observed. But in the... Read more
NATIONAL GUARD magazine August 2015 Chairwoman's MessageBy Maj. Gen. Deborah A. Ashenhurst(read online digital version) Personalities matter. We may all look pretty similar in our uniforms, but each of us has our own instincts, our own histories and out own viewpoints. So it matters when change is... Read more
NATIONAL GUARD magazine August 2015(read online digital version) GETTING THERE Most attendees will either fly or drive to Nashville, Tenn., for what is shaping up to be one of the largest and most important conferences in NGAUS history. If you are planning on flying, the association has secured... Read more
NATIONAL GUARD magazine August 2015(read online digital version) ‘We tried very, very, very hard not to get in this fight with the Army’ Maj. Gen. Glenn H. Curtis presides over an association small in numbers but large in stature. The 54 members of the Adjutants General Association of the United... Read more
NATIONAL GUARD magazine August 2015By William Matthews(read online digital version) Air Force officials are increasingly turning to the Air National Guard to operate remotely piloted aircraft, a flying mission like none other This weapon is different from the rest," says Col. Ron Wilson, the... Read more
AUGUST 2015 Flying remotely piloted aircraft is a growing mission for the National Guard. Several units are either flying them or making the transition. Read how the Guard is adapting to this new way of warfare in the current edition of NATIONAL GUARD. The Adjutants General Association of the... Read more
JULY 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 NATIONAL GUARD, now available... 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(read online digital version) 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.... 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

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