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NGA - Exists for You!
Representing 50 States, 3 Territories and the District of Columbia
Shape the Future of the National Guard
- The National Guard Association of Vermont (NGA-VT) exists for YOU – the Soldiers and Airmen of the Vermont National Guard
- The National Guard Association of the United States (NGAUS) represents all 54 States and Territories as one voice on Capitol Hill to ensure that the National Guard is funded and equipped on par with the Active Component.
- NGA-VT supports NGAUS through membership and input on priorities and issues
- NGA-VT provides professional development opportunities, scholarships, and hosts local events to promote fellowship and esprit de corps
The Issue The National Guard is and should continue to be a critical partner in developing, planning, and executing the Department of Defense strategy in cyberspace and the space domain. Recommendations Ensure the National Guard is fully resourced to support all...
The Issue Due to increased readiness requirements, more reserve component servicemembers are required to perform an increasing number of days of military duty and training annually. Recommendation Amend U.S.C. Title 5 to increase federal military leave from 15 to 30...
The Issue The law currently caps the amount of money individuals can annually contribute to one or multiple retirement accounts to $18,500. Servicemembers are therefore restricted from contributing $18,500 to each of their military and civilian retirement accounts....
Fri27Aug2021Mon30Aug2021Las Vegas, Nevada
143rd NGAUS General Conference and Exhibition
Join us in Las Vegas for the 143rd General Conference & Exhibition. More than 2,000 Army and Air National Guard officers from all 50 states, three territories and the District of Columbia gather to connect, party and get down to business setting the NGAUS upcoming legislative agenda.
Sat23Oct20215PM - MidnightKillington Ski Resort
Annual Military Ball and Awards Banquet
2021 Capital Summit
NGAUS will be hosting one session of the 2021 Capitol Summit. The dates for this session is as follows: October 24-26. Space will be limited, each state may send one Army or Air Guardsmen to the summit.
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24th Industry Day