GEORGIA GARRISON TRAINING CENTER, Ft. Stewart, Georgia, July 23, 2014 – "It's not easy being green." The responsibilities to our country, when wearing the uniform of the United States Armed Forces,… Read More
The July edition of the Georgia Guardsman features a cover story about the 116th Security Forces Squadron conducting armed security operations. Also this month we look back at the involvement of Georgia Guardsmen during WWI, the 185th Aviation regiment trains with the Georgia State Patrol’s SWAT team, and the 138th Chemical Company receives the coveted 'Sibert Award'. All of these stories and more in this month's issue!
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.