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ANGOA is committed to promoting the Alaska National Guard and the professionalism of its officers. Our goal is to provide a venue where current and retired officers come together to meet the needs of today and provide for continued vitality tomorrow.

Mission

  • Advance the interests of the Alaska National Guard
  • Promote the welfare of the Alaska National Guard
  • Encourage friendly social relation among members
  • Provide Member Benefits
  • Communicate Information
  • Promote legislation on behalf of Guard Members

Contact


ANGOA
200 West 34th Avenue, #727 Anchorage, AK, 99503

ANGOA News

Congratulations to Senator Mark Begich! He was selected for the 2014 National Guard Association of the United States Charles Dick Medal of Merit Award!
ngaus.org/sites/default/files/pdf/2014%20NGAUS%20Awards%20Recipients.pdf

The 136th General Conference & Exhibition is Aug 22-25, 2014 in Chicago.

The National Guard: Now More Than Ever

A NGAUS tradition, the annual conference allows members to gather and vote on the top legislative priorities for NGAUS, share information and celebrate the camaraderie of being National Guard and NGAUS members.
- See more at: ngaus.org/activities-advocacy-and-professional-development/136th-general-conference-exhibition#st...

A little about this award: Charles Dick Medal of Merit

Purpose: The Charles Dick Medal of Merit was established in 1988 and is designed to recognize the contributions to the National Guard by elected representatives to legislative bodies at the state and national levels. The medal is named in honor of Major General Charles Dick, NGAUS president from 1902 to 1909, a major general in the Ohio National Guard, a Congressman and later a Senator. Dick was responsible for the passage of the Dick Acts of 1903 and 1908 that established the foundation of the modern National Guard.

Eligibility: Any member of a state legislative body, the United States Congress or any state governor.

Senator Mark Begich has distinguished himself over an extended period of time in his support to the National Guard through service in a national elected legislative body. Senator Begich has provided exceptionally strong support to the National Guard to clearly merit this medal. His efforts will have a lasting effect on the future of the National Guard.
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Congratulations to Congressman Don Young! He was selected for the 2014 National Guard Association of the United States Charles Dick Medal of Merit Award!
ngaus.org/sites/default/files/pdf/2014%20NGAUS%20Awards%20Recipients.pdf

The 136th General Conference & Exhibition is Aug 22-25, 2014 in Chicago.

The National Guard: Now More Than Ever

A NGAUS tradition, the annual conference allows members to gather and vote on the top legislative priorities for NGAUS, share information and celebrate the camaraderie of being National Guard and NGAUS members.
- See more at: ngaus.org/activities-advocacy-and-professional-development/136th-general-conference-exhibition#st...

A little about this award:
Charles Dick Medal of Merit
Purpose: The Charles Dick Medal of Merit was established in 1988 and is designed to recognize the contributions to the National Guard by elected representatives to legislative bodies at the state and national levels. The medal is named in honor of Major General Charles Dick, NGAUS president from 1902 to 1909, a major general in the Ohio National Guard, a Congressman and later a Senator. Dick was responsible for the passage of the Dick Acts of 1903 and 1908 that established the foundation of the modern National Guard.

Eligibility: Any member of a state legislative body, the United States Congress or any state governor.

Congressman Don Young has distinguished himself over an extended period of time in his support to the National Guard through service in a national elected legislative body. Congressman Young has provided exceptionally strong support to the National Guard to clearly merit this medal. His efforts will have a lasting effect on the future of the National Guard.
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The NGAUS Award recipients should be listed on the NGAUS web site! Keep checking! As soon as we see it, we'll post it here. ... See MoreSee Less

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Congratulations! The 176th Wing (Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson) and the 168th Air Refueling Wing (Eielson AFB) have selected their company grade officer to attend the 136th NGAUS General Conference and Exhibition in Chicago for professional development! ANGOA is footing the bill for one to attend! What a great opportunity for this Captain and 1st Lieutenant! ... See MoreSee Less

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