CLAY NATIONAL GUARD CENTER, Marietta, Ga., Feb. 26, 2014 - Every year the U.S. Army Reserve and the Georgia Army National… Read More
The Georgia Guardsman magazine: March 2014
The March issue of the Georgia Guardsman features a cover story about three Soldiers of Elberton's 1-214th Field Artillery who were awarded Purple Heart medals for bravery shown while on deployment in Afghanistan. This edition also includes a story about nearly 25 Guardsmen working in Guatemala as a part of 'Task Force Warrior' and several stories about Georgia National Guard readiness training at Sentry Savannah and around the state. As we move through 2014, your Georgia Guard will continue to be always ready, always there and always on target.
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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.