FORT LEONARD WOOD, Mo. July 10, 2014 – The 138th Chemical Company received the 2014 Sibert Award, recognizing the Georgia Army National Guard unit as… Read More
The June edition of the Georgia Guardsman looks back at the 1994 flood that ravaged South Georgia. This special cover story features interviews with currently serving Guardsmen who were there when the flood waters rose. Also this month we welcome home Guardsmen of the 1230th Transportation Company and the 117th Air Control Squadron as we bid the 876th Engineer Company a safe deployment to Afghanistan. A beloved air surgeon retires and the Civil War Battle Review series comes to Marietta with the Battle of Kennesaw Mountain.
Interested in becoming a member of the Georgia National Guard? Visit the Guard's Recruiting and Retention site which features information, answers to questions, and contact information about enlisting. | MORE INFO
The intent of this document is to provide guidance for, and direction to, the Georgia Department of Defense. One of Maj. Gen. Jim Butterworth's many goals is to achieve unity of effort. Through this document, leaders should begin communicating the organizational and personal priorities for the command as laid out by the Adjutant General of Georgia. This document is not intended to set goals or objectives, but rather to deliver, in broad terms, the Adjutant General's expectations of the Georgia Department of Defense.