Army National Guard (ARNG) 

What AUSA chapters do for the ARNG

AUSA's Thomas J "Stonewall" Jackson Chapter (2/6/2014) - Chapter President John Miller arranged meeting with Director, 116th Infantry Regiment Foundation, to receive 600 copies of the Regimental history, Ever Forward. Book will be distributed to every NG soldier in Chapter AOR as Chapter representatives brief Army and AUSA to each National Guard unit in AOR. Books provided gratis thanks to the Foundation. Chapter will make a donation to the Foundation to help cover the cost of a Bedford Boys statue at Omaha Beach, to be erected in time for the 70th anniversary of D-Day, 6 June 2014.

Latest ARNG News 

California National Guard Soldiers awarded medals for valor in Afghanistan, GHAZNI PROVINCE, Afghanistan (2/21/14) - Two California Soldiers have been honored for saving two battle buddies last fall.  Click here to see more. 

National Guard skeleton coach Tuffy Latour is ‘a rock,’ Olympics athlete says, KRASNAYA POLYANA, Russia (2/18/14) - Team USA Olympic skeleton coach Vermont Army National Guard Sgt. 1st Class Tuffy Latour helped coach Team USA's Noelle Pikus-Pace to an Olympic silver medal and Matt Antoine to a bronze at the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games in Krasnaya Polyana, Russia. Click here to see more.

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

 AUSA President

 

Message from the President, AUSA - "The Noble Calling of Being a Soldier"   Click here to see more.   

                                                                                                                                                                 

 

 

 

 

AUSA Legislative Updates -- click here to see latest issues. 

AUSA's Resolutions for 2014 -- click here to see more.

 

 AUSA's Family Programs Update -   click here to see the latest issues

 

  Army Magazine:                                                       

A monthly four-color magazine focusing on the activities and interests of the U.S. Army worldwide, ARMY serves a readership interested in issues of national security; past and present issues involving landpower; and future trends in the military arts and sciences. The magazine focuses on developing and presenting thought-provoking articles and analyses for a professionally oriented audience. Click here to see selections from the latest issue.  

  AUSA News cover

 AUSA News:
No other newspaper better understands and reaches The Army than AUSA NEWS. Reaching key figures in uniform, industry, Congress, the Pentagon and the White House, AUSA NEWS offers a unique monthly insight into what service leaders are thinking, what Congress is changing and what soldiers, their families, veterans, businessmen and businesswomen are saying and doing in the world's premier landpower force. Its timely reporting on subjects of direct importance to America's Army makes AUSA NEWS must reading for all ranks in the active force, United States Army Reserve, Army National Guard and all doing business with the Army. Click here to see selections from the latest issue. 
 

 NCO and Soldier Programs:
Our purpose is to keep you informed on the issues affecting non-commissioned officers and soldiers and to promote professionalism in the NCO Corps. The NCO Update is an AUSA newsletter published quarterly featuring issues of importance to NCOs and Soldiers. To see more click here.

 

 Retiree and Veteran Affairs Program:
To see the latest information to include the Retiree & Veterans Affairs News.
To see more click here.

 

 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.