National Guard of the United States

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  • United States National Guard Surface Maintenance Mechanic

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    the governments’ employment agency. USAJobs.gov lists thousands of open positions for the job seeker that is looking for both national and global positions. This report will offer a brief overview of USAJobs.gov. It will further outline the human resource process involved in posting, screening, interviewing, and selecting candidates for the United States National Guard Surface Maintenance Mechanic position and highlight any legality that presents itself during the process. On any given day

  • The United States Army National Guard

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    The United States Army National Guard is currently faced with the significant task of helping its troops stay alive not only on the battlefield but also at home. Since 2011, the Army National Guard has buried 614 troops who died by their own hand. These men and women have come from every state and territory across the Unites States with the exception of the District of Columbia and the Virgin Islands. States such as Louisiana, Pennsylvania, Indiana, and Minnesota have suffered the most loss with

  • United States Navy, Military, And North Carolina Army National Guard

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    Serving in the United States Navy, Army, and North Carolina Army National Guard for a combined total of 21 years before honorably retiring in July 2013 has always been one of many life achievements that I have been profoundly fond of. During my Army tenure, I was stationed at Fort Bragg, North Carolina as one of a few non-Special Forces support medics for the 3rd Special Forces Group. In order to stay assigned to 3rd Special Forces Group, it was highly recommended that all soldiers were Airborne

  • National Guard

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    What is The Pennsylvania Army National Guard? The Pennsylvania Army National Guard is a branch of the United States Army that is mostly used today for homeland security. Although the National Guard is not active like the Reserves or Active Duty Army, they still have the same requirements and same responsibility. More than 22,000 men and women make up the Pennsylvania National Guard and Air National Guard today. They reach from state quarters at Fort Indian Town Gap in Lebanon County to about

  • Border Security Policy Analysis

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    As the political landscape in the United States continues to include increasing levels of immigration reform and border security rhetoric, an understanding of current capabilities and operations becomes a vital component when forming an educated opinion. Army National Guard soldiers and aircraft provide a crucial layer of border security, employing the UH-72A Lakota helicopter equipped with technology designed to assist law enforcement agencies in drug interdiction and undocumented immigrant apprehension

  • Outline Of The DSCA Command Relationships During Hurricane Katrina

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    who should command the National Guard, delays at the National Guard Bureau (NGB) in deploying troops and equipment, and failing to create a unity of effort between National Guard and Active Duty forces. National Guard The aftermath of Hurricane Katrina left tens of thousands of people in New Orleans without adequate water, food, shelter, and physical security. Law enforcement was in disarray as 200 New Orleans Police officers left their post. The Louisiana National Guard was short on personnel

  • Operation Jump Start Case Study

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    control the influx of illegal immigrants that enter the country, the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) and the National Guard (NG) were partnered to support Operation Jump Start (OJS), an initiative that spanned the period of 2006 to 2008 “to enhance border enforcement along the southwest border” (MOA, 2006, p. 1) of the United States. A memorandum of agreement between the states of California, Arizona, New Mexico, and Texas and the Department of Defense (DOD) solidified OJS. During that two-year

  • The Comparisons Of Hurricane Katrina

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    On august 29th, 2005, the United States gulf coast was struck by a category 5 hurricane. Hurricane Katrina shined a light on the need for a military response plan to domestic natural disasters (Placeholder4). The road to recovery in the gulf started out rough to say the least because there were obstacles ranging from lack of local resources to political differences between state and local government. Regional Commands operating the Gulf Coast The governors of the states of Florida, Alabama, Mississippi

  • Essay On Low Flight Hours

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    Unmanned Aircraft Systems have taken the Army by storm. While most units fly on a regular basis, easily meeting their hourly requirements, and becoming very proficient at these tasks. There are several National Guard Units that continuously fail to meet these requirements. I think that if every National Guard Unit was able to conduct flight operations where they held weekend drills. You would see a drastic increase in annual hours flown, as well as overall proficiency and retention of soldiers in these

  • Retention Control Points Of The United States Army

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    points are directly linked to the manning needs of the United States Army. Military members that have served for twenty years or more have witnessed the cycles and fluctuations in strength. There are several issues that build or reduce the manning strength in the military. Building or reducing a large military force should be a slow process, but that is usually not the case. When the decision is made to grow the size of the United States Army, it is usually done quickly by offering large enlistment

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