Oklahoma Army National Guard

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The Oklahoma Army National Guard is the Army National Guard component of the Oklahoma National Guard. The Commander in Chief of the Oklahoma National Guard is the Governor of Oklahoma, who appoints the State Adjutant General (TAG), a Major General from either Army or Air. Currently, the TAG is Major General (MG) Myles Deering.[1] The previous TAG was Harry M. Wyatt III. MG Wyatt was promoted to lieutenant general (LG) and became the Director of the Air National Guard in Washington D.C.

Units[edit]

The Oklahoma Army National Guard consists of the following elements:

The OKARNG controls the Camp Gruber Maneuver Training Center located near Braggs, Oklahoma.[4]

History[edit]

Historic units[edit]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.ok.ngb.army.mil/pdf/MG_MYLES_DEERING_Biography.pdf
  2. ^ "90th Troop Command Overview". Oklahoma National Guard. 
  3. ^ "45th Fires Brigade Retirees' Brief". Oklahoma National Guard. 
  4. ^ http://www.okguard.org/cgts.htm

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