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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...



Senators Launch New Drive for Space National Guard

By Greg Hadley The push to create a new Space National Guard got a major boost last week as a bipartisan team of Senators offered new legislation—even as the Pentagon works to craft details on a competing plan. Sens. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) and Marco Rubio...

DoD Expands Military Parental Leave Program

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.

Senate Passes 2023 NDAA. Will Biden Sign It?

By Greg Hadley The Senate passed the 2023 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) Dec. 15, sending the annual policy bill to President Joe Biden for his signature. But Biden could still opt to veto the bill over a controversial provision requiring the Pentagon to...

Congress Likely to End Vaccine Mandate

The final language in the annual defense policy bill hasn't been released yet, but one thing seems increasingly certain: Congress will end the military’s COVID-19 vaccination mandate soon. Republicans on Capitol Hill have been calling for the rule's demise for weeks.

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