NGEF

Washington Report (March 21, 2017) Nine firms adding to earlier gifts were among the major financial contributions the National Guard Educational Foundation honored March 11 during a special reception at the National Guard Memorial, the NGAUS headquarters in Washington, D.C. In all, NGEF recognized... Read more
(March 14, 2017) Retired Brig. Gen. Roy Robinson, a former assistant-adjutant general of Mississippi, now holds the reins of NGAUS. He took over Monday for retired Maj. Gen. Gus Hargett, who led the NGAUS staff in the nation’s capital for seven years. “General Hargett has left some big shoes to... Read more
Washington Report (March 7, 2017)  Representatives from the Smithsonian Institution, the National Guard Bureau historian and an official from the American Battle Monuments Commission will join other professionals for a discussion Wednesday at the National Guard Memorial. The local museum... Read more
Washington Report (December 6, 2016) The chief executive officer of the largest state National Guard association will take over NGAUS daily operations early next year. Retired Brig. Gen. Roy Robinson, the executive director of the Mississippi National Guard Association, was selected by the NGAUS... Read more
Washington Report (November 22, 2016) Eight general officers were among those recognized for their large financial contributions to the National Guard Educational Foundation during a reception Saturday evening at the National Guard Memorial, the NGAUS headquarters in Washington, D.C. In all, the... Read more
Washington Report (November 1, 2016) The National Guard Educational Foundation benefited Monday from some generous golfers at the 18th Annual NGEF Golf Tournament, which raised $25,000 for the foundation. About 100 golfers, mostly representatives of the defense industry, took part in the event at... Read more
Washington Report (August 30, 2016) The National Guard Educational Foundation will present the inaugural Brigadier General William W. Spruance Legacy Award to retired Maj. Gen. Gus Hargett, the president of NGAUS and the foundation, during the 138th General Conference & Exhibition next week in... Read more
NGAUS Washington Report (April 5, 2016) NGAUS is offering a seven-day trip to Normandy, France, with tours of the D-Day landing beaches, other battle sites and a day in Paris. A $500 contribution will be made to the National Guard Educational Foundation for each participant. The cost is $3,600 and... Read more
Washington Report (March 22, 2016) Two former National Guard Bureau chiefs were among the nine individuals, corporations and associations that were recognized Saturday for their financial donations to the National Guard Educational Foundation. They were honored during a reception at the National... Read more
Washington Report (March 22, 2016) It's now possible to tour the seven galleries of the National Guard Memorial Museum in Washington, D.C., from your home. Photos of the museum accompanied by narration became available last week on the website for the National Guard Educational Foundation at www.... Read more

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