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Washington Report  (January 19, 2015) Artifacts from the man who helped create the modern National Guard went on display Friday at the National Guard Memorial, the NGAUS headquarters in Washington, D.C. The temporary exhibit dedicated to Charles Dick includes a sword and scabbard he carried during... Read more
Washington Report (November 17, 2015) Twenty individuals, corporations and associations were recognized Saturday for their financial contributions to the National Guard Educational Foundation during a reception at the National Guard Memorial in Washington, D.C.   The honorees donated a total of $... Read more
Washington Report (November 10, 2015) The NGAUS Board of Directors meets this weekend at the National Guard Memorial, the association's headquarters in Washington, D.C. Taking charge of the meeting will be retired Maj. Gen. Deborah Ashenhurst, the board's chairwoman.   Three board members will... Read more
Washington Report (October 6, 2015) The National Guard Educational Foundation benefited Monday from good weather and generous golfers at the 17th Annual NGEF Golf Tournament. The tournament and raffle raised $25,000 for the foundation.   About 100 golfers, mostly representatives of the defense... Read more
September 21, 2015 Thank you to everyone who supported the National Guard Educational Foundation by participating in the drawing to win a Lancer L30 Rifle. Maj. Don Jackson with the Tennessee Army National Guard was announced today as the winner of the drawing. The rifle was donated by Lancer... Read more
Washington Report (June 9, 2015) Donors to the National Guard Educational Foundation can win a commemorative Lancer L30 rifle, which has been donated by Lancer Systems of Quakertown, Pa. The entire package, which includes the rifle, rifle case, scope, magazines and ammunition, is valued at $6,000.... Read more
Washington Report (May 26, 2015) The National Guard Educational Foundation will benefit from a seven-day trip to Normandy, France, hosted by the Missouri National Guard Association. NGEF will receive $500  in the name of each tour participant. Slots on the tour are now available. The cost for the... Read more
Washington Report (March 17, 2015) The NGAUS Board of Directors meeting closed Saturday night with a reception to honor the individuals, corporations and associations who together pledged $100,000 in support of the National Guard Educational Foundation. The 10 honorees each donated $10,000 through... Read more
Washington Report (November 25, 2014) Eighteen individuals, corporations and associations were recognized for their financial contributions to the National Guard Educational Foundation at a reception at the National Guard Memorial in Washington, D.C., Nov. 15. The honorees donated a total of $205,... Read more
Washington Report (November 18, 2014) The National Guard Memorial Museum has re-opened its World War II gallery after closing it for several weeks to undergo a renovation. The new-look "The Citizen Soldier in World War II" gallery was formally opened to the public Saturday. National Guard... Read more

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