Wisconsin National Guard

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Wisconsin National Guard
Wisconsin National Guard insignia.png
Active1848-Present
Country United States
Allegiance Wisconsin
TypeMilitia
Size7,198[1]
(Army National Guard)
1,944[1]
(Air National Guard)
HeadquartersMadison, WI
Commanders
Governor and Commander in ChiefTony Evers
Adjutant GeneralDonald Dunbar

The Wisconsin National Guard consists of the Wisconsin Army National Guard and the Wisconsin Air National Guard. It is a part of the Government of Wisconsin under the control of the Wisconsin Department of Military Affairs. The Wisconsin National Guard dates back to 1848 when it was commissioned by the State as the "Wisconsin State Militia." In 1879, the organization's name was changed to its current title.

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  1. ^ a b "Reserve Forces Military by State". Governing. 30 September 2017. Retrieved 22 May 2018.

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