We serve as the local arm of the National Guard Association of the Unites States to represent and protect the interests of our nation’s defense and SC Citizen Soldiers. Join NGASC and help create a strong, united voice from which the needs of the National Guard can be heard.
Legislation / Resolutions
NGASC works with our legislators to promote the welfare of National Guard personnel. The National Guard offers the most cost-effective alternative for the defense dollar. With this added responsibility comes the need for more resources from the Congress and Department of Defense. NGASC is committed to fighting for these resources.
Soldiers, Airmen, Families, and Veterans have access to healthcare through the TRICARE system, supplemental insurance and pension benefits to tuition assistance and local discounts, NGASC is working for you. Find out more
2022-2023 NGASC Scholarship Recipients
It is with great honor to announce the 2022-2023 NGASC Scholarship Recipients.
Each recipient will receive $1,000.00.
The Voice Behind The National Guard
News & Events
“Save the Dates!The 75th Annual State Conference will be held on 10-13, March 2023 in Myrtle Beach!”. The 76th Annual State Conference will be held on 8-10, March 2024 in Myrtle Beach!”
AUG 13-16, 2023 Rochester, MN 52nd Annual EANGUS Conference You are invited to attend the 52nd annual EANGUS conference which will be held in Rochester, MN on August 13-16, 2023. This is an opportunity to meet other enlisted and retired enlisted members from around...
AUG 18-21, 2023Reno, Nevada 145th Annual NGAUS ConferenceYou are invited to attend the 145th annual NGAUS Conference in Reno, Nevada. This is an opportunity to meet other officers are retired officers from around the country. Dynamic speakers, informative business...
Nineteen Republican senators have introduced a bill that would reinstate military members involuntarily separated from the services for refusing the COVID-19 vaccine.
Any full-time service member welcoming a new child can now take up to 12 weeks of free parental leave during the 12 months that follow, according to a congressionally mandated policy the Pentagon released last week.
Radar Sweep U.S. News & World Report The Pentagon on Jan. 10 announced it is formally ending its COVID-19 vaccine mandate for troops after President Biden signed into law a massive defense spending bill that required the measure’s termination, bringing a close to the...