Army National Guard (ARNG) 

What AUSA chapters do for the ARNG

AUSA's Capital District of New York Chapter (2/23/2015)  - The Chapter donated $200.00 to help pay for awards for the 2015 TAG Marksmanship Competition hosted by the New York National Guard at their Camp Smith Training Site in May.

AUSA's First Militia Chapter (2/12/2015) - The Chapter coordinated a visit by SMA (Ret) Kenneth Preston to the Florida Army National Guard's Camp Blanding Joint Training Center and Regional Training Institute. SMA Preston  spoke to students of RTI as well as met with senior leadership to discuss National Guard issues relative to AUSA.

 Latest ARNG News 

Guard members wrap up winter storm response affecting 12 statesARLINGTON, Va. (3/17/2015)  - "Guard members in 12 states recently wrapped up a busy past several weeks battling winter weather conditions as back-to-back storms dropped heavy snow and ice in states from the Deep South to New England."  Click here to see more

South Carolina, Virginia National Guard troops provided communications support for Vigilant Guard, GEORGETOWN, S.C. (3/17/2015) - "South Carolina National Guard Airmen and Virginia National Guard Soldiers partnered to provide communications support to military, federal, state and local emergency management services as part of Vigilant Guard March 4-12, 2015, in Georgetown, South Carolina."  Click here to see more.

What AUSA does for ARNG
Advocates through letters, news releases, electronic newsletters, and resolutions.

AUSA's Resolutions for 2015 -- click here to see more.

Message from Assistant Director, Army National Guard (ARNG) Affairs

Dedicated to Army National Guard (ARNG) Soldiers:  Welcome to the Association of the United States Army's  (AUSA's) Army National Guard page.  Since 1950, AUSA has worked to support all aspects of national security while advancing the interests of America's Army and the men and women who serve.  Our purpose is to keep you informed on issues affecting ARNG officers and Soldiers.  We appreciate any feedback you may have so please send any suggestions to scrow@ausa.org.

AUSA's mission is to represent every American Soldier by being the voice for all components of America's Army, fostering public support of the Army's role in national security, and providing professional education and information programs.