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Army National Guard

Definition/Scope: The National Guard of the United States is a reserve military force composed of state National Guard members or units under federally recognized active or inactive armed force service for the United States. The National Guard of the United States is a joint reserve component of the United States Army and the United States Air Force and maintains two subcomponents: the Army National Guard of the United States for the Army and the Air Force’s Air National Guard of the United States

Used For:

state protection
US National Guard



Broader Terms:

Army organizations
First Army
National Guard Bureau
reserve component

Narrower Terms:

1-285th Attack Reconnaissance Battalion.
Army Battle Command Systems Support Team
ARNG Infantry divisions
California Army National Guard
Command Sergeant Major, Army National Guard
Director, Army National Guard
drug cartel
Federation cartel
First Army Division East
First Army East
First Army West
Gulf cartel
Homeland Response Force
Juarez cartel
Kansas Army National Guard
Sinaloa Cartel

Related Terms:

National Guard
Reserve Component Virtual Training Program
Simulation in Training for Advanced Readiness

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