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Every Day in Uniform Counts

Every Day in Uniform Counts The Enlisted Association of the National Guard believes that “Every Day in Uniform Counts.”  Whether you are deployed to the border, attending Drill, or responding to a state emergency: if you are in uniform, your service should be...

Skills Investment 

EANGUS is proud to support H.R.898, the Skills Investment Act of 2019, which would incentivize tax-free contributions from both Servicemembers and their employers into a new, dedicated savings account for education.  The Post-9/11 GI Bill often doesn't cover the full...

FY20 NDAA Update

The Senate and House Armed Services Committees are scheduled to consider the Fiscal Year 2020 National Defense Authorization Act in May and June respectively. EANGUS staff are engaging with Congressional members and staff in hopes of garnering favorable policy in the...

Fighting for Air Guard Federal Tuition Assistance

The Enlisted Association of the National Guard through our Veterans Education Project will be releasing a video of Student Veterans talking about the lack of Federal Tuition Assistance for Air National Guard Service members. We are engaging with Congress to rally...

 

 

House Leaders Seek Guard QRF at U.S. Capitol

The National Guard’s security mission at the U.S. Capitol is set to end next week, but Guardsmen may not be gone from the nation’s capital very long. Last week, Democratic leaders included $200 million in new funding to set up a Guard quick reaction force, “a ground...

DOD Eases Mask Rules to Follow New CDC Guidance

By Amy McCullough The Defense Department will no longer require fully vaccinated personnel to wear masks at DOD facilities. The guidance applies to all those who are two weeks beyond their final dose, both indoors and outdoors, according to a May 13 memo from Deputy...

CSAF: F-22 Not in USAF’s Long-Term Plan

By John A. Tirpak Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. Charles Q. Brown Jr. wants to neck down the Air Force's fighter inventory from seven fleets to four, and the F-22 is not on his short list. The extant seven-fleet mix of fighters will need to be reduced to “four, … plus...

Army Wants Electric Combat Vehicles

Army Wants Electric Combat Vehicles Army Futures Command has selected six companies to develop ways to power electric combat vehicles in austere, remote locations, according to Defense News.  The effort is part of the Next-Generation Combat Vehicle modernization...

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