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Washington Report (September 12, 2016) Attendees at the 138th General Conference &Exhibition in Baltimore heard from a distinguished parade of speakers even before a presidential candidate arrived. Here are some of the speakers and brief descriptions of their messages: Air Force Secretary... Read more
Washington Report (September 12, 2016) Maj. Gen. James Hoyer, the adjutant general of West Virginia, was elected chairman of the NGAUS board of directors during the 138th General Conference & Exhibition ending today in Baltimore. He follows retired Maj. Gen. Deborah Ashenhurst who was the first... Read more
Washington Report (September 12, 2016) Donald Trump, the Republican candidate for president, promised access to the White House for the National Guard if he is elected president. “In a Trump Administration, the National Guard will always have a direct line to the Oval Office, and I mean direct,”... Read more
WASHINGTON (Sept. 9, 2016) — Donald Trump, the Republican candidate for president, will address National Guard officers from across the country Monday at the 138th NGAUS General Conference & Exhibition. The speech is set for 1 p.m. Monday at the Baltimore Convention Center. “We are participants... Read more
WASHINGTON (Sept. 6, 2016) — The uniformed leaders of the Army and the Air Force top the list of speakers when more than 3,000 National Guard officers from across the country and their guests gather in Baltimore this weekend for the 138th NGAUS General Conference & Exhibition. Conference... Read more
Washington Report (September 6, 2016) National Guardsmen from 50 states, three territories and the District of Columbia are gathering this week for the 138th General Conference & Exhibition in Baltimore. The event kicks off Friday and ends Monday with more than 3,000 people attending. The best... Read more
Washington Report (September 6, 2016) Attendees at the 138th General Conference & Exhibition starting this week in Baltimore will vote on a proposed change to the association’s bylaws that would prevent retired and separated National Guard members from serving on the board as area... Read more
The NGAUS Awards Program is designed to recognize individuals and organizations who, by superior performance, acts of heroism or meritorious service, make a contribution to the goals of NGAUS, to the purpose and effectiveness of the broader National Guard or to the stability and security of the... Read more
OCTOBER 2015 The chief of staff of the Army likes the National Guard. Gen. Mark A. Milley made that a key part of his speech last month at the 137th General Conference & Exhibition in Nashville, Tenn. And the Army commander in Europe says he needs the Guard's help. That was the message from Lt... Read more
Washington Report (September 19, 2015) The NGAUS Board of Directors has three new members after delegates approved nominations Sunday at the 137th General Conference & Exhibition in Nashville, Tenn.   The new members are Maj. John Brownell of Nevada, the Air representative for Area VI, Capt.... Read more

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