Army National Guard (ARNG) 

What AUSA chapters do for the ARNG

AUSA's Indiana Chapter (2/28/2015) - The Indiana National Guard State Volunteer Workshop 2015 (Bridging the Gap) took place February 28-March 1, 2015. AUSA Indiana Chapter was listed as a Family Program Partner in the brochure. COL(R) Sweeney & SGM(R) Ziegler manned an AUSA table at the event. Military, Family Members including children and Volunteers attended the event.

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.

Latest ARNG News 

The Senate on Friday confirmed Army Maj. Gen. Timothy J. Kadavy as the new director for the Army National Guard,  WASHINGTON (3/27/2015)  - "Kadavy, former adjutant general of the Nebraska National Guard, is currently the special assistant to the vice chief, National Guard Bureau.  In his new position, Kadavy will be responsible for formulating, developing and coordinating all programs, policies and plans affecting the Army National Guard and its more than 350,000 Citizen-Soldiers.  Click here to see more.

During March Madness, let's remember basketball founder Dr. James Naismith, an Army Guard chaplain,  WASHINGTON (3/26/2015)  - "As 'March Madness' makes its annual appearance on the American sports scene, fans who understand the history of basketball know Dr. James Naismith invented the game in 1891.  What many fans probably do not know about Naismith is that he served as a chaplain in the Army National Guard and as a volunteer chaplain in France during World War I."  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.