National Guard Association of the United States
The National Guard Memorial Building is the home of the National Guard Association of the United States
|Headquarters||1 Massachusetts Ave, N.W. Washington, D.C. 20001|
Chairwoman of the Board
|MG Jim Hoyer (Ret.)|
|BG Roy Robinson (Ret.)|
Chief of Staff
|LTC Jake Jakubek (Ret.)|
The National Guard Association of the United States was founded in 1878 as a congressional lobbying organization for National Guard issues. A member of the Military Coalition, NGAUS lobbies on behalf of 45,000 officers who comprise the membership of the organization. It has been partially or solely responsible for winning a number of benefits, ranging from health to retirement, for National Guard forces nationwide. It also operates NGAUS Insurance Trust, which provides products to full-time federal technicians, including life insurance. It also operates the National Guard Educational Foundation, which focuses on educating the public about the National Guard.
- "Who We Are and What We Do", NGAUS, Retrieved September 21, 2009.
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