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National Guard Association of Texas

The National Guard Association of Texas seeks to provide the best services and benefits to promote, safeguard, and advance the interests of our members, communities, and partnerships.

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Here is all the Big Dam Conference info. The 51st General Conference of the Enlisted Association of the National Guard of the United States (EANGUS) will be held Aug 7-10, 2022 in Little Rock, AR. Our assigned hotel is full but if you plan to attend and have not registered and need a hotel room please contact Theresa Billeck-Zuniga at the NGAT office as soon as possible. Prices go up after Jul 1!! For more info on the conference go to ngat.org/eangus-conference/ ... See MoreSee Less

Here is all the Big Dam Conference info. The 51st General Conference of the Enlisted Association of the National Guard of the United States (EANGUS) will be held Aug 7-10, 2022 in Little Rock, AR. Our assigned hotel is full but if you plan to attend and have not registered and need a hotel room please contact Theresa Billeck-Zuniga at the NGAT office as soon as possible. Prices go up after Jul 1!! For more info on the conference go to https://ngat.org/eangus-conference/

Time is running out to secure your hotel room at the NGAUS Conference with the Texas delegation. The NGAUS Conference will be held Aug 26-29, 2022 in Columbus, Ohio. If you have not registered please do so as soon as possible. To register and for more information click below!

ngat.org/ngaus-conference/
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Time is running out to secure your hotel room at the NGAUS Conference with the Texas delegation. The NGAUS Conference will be held Aug 26-29, 2022 in Columbus, Ohio. If you have not registered please do so as soon as possible. To register and for more information click below!

https://ngat.org/ngaus-conference/

Maj Gen Thomas M. Suelzer, 53rd Adjutant General of Texas, is pleased to announce the selection of CSM Mikeal Crummedyo to serve as the Texas Military Department's Command Senior Enlisted Leader, effective July 1, 2022.

CSM Crummedyo is returning to Texas following his assignment as the Senior Enlisted Leader for the National Guard Bureau, Office of the Inspector General, having previously been assigned in Texas as the Command Sergeant Major for the 71st Theatre Information Operations Group.

Maj Gen Suelzer welcomes the wealth of experience and leadership that CSM Crummedyo brings to this position and looks forward to seeing him continue to move the Texas Military Department forward as the organization faces new challenges.

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Maj Gen Thomas M. Suelzer, 53rd Adjutant General of Texas, is pleased to announce the selection of CSM Mikeal Crummedyo to serve as the Texas Military Departments Command Senior Enlisted Leader, effective July 1, 2022.

CSM Crummedyo is returning to Texas following his assignment as the Senior Enlisted Leader for the National Guard Bureau, Office of the Inspector General, having previously been assigned in Texas as the Command Sergeant Major for the 71st Theatre Information Operations Group.

Maj Gen Suelzer welcomes the wealth of experience and leadership that CSM Crummedyo brings to this position and looks forward to seeing him continue to move the Texas Military Department forward as the organization faces new challenges.

Congratulations!!!!

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ABOUT NGAT

The National Guard Association of Texas (NGAT) was founded in 1959 on the principle that it is important to have an organization speak out for the Texas National Guard and its members. Today, NGAT is a non-profit veterans organization of over 35,000 current, former, and retired Texas Military Forces members organized for the following purposes:

To promote and support adequate national security.

To foster and improve the Texas National Guard and the National Guard of the United States as a component of the Armed Forces of the United States.

To preserve and perpetuate the history and tradition of the Texas Military Forces.

NEWS & EVENTS

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Legislative

Since 1959, NGAT has been the voice advocating for the men and women of the Texas Army and Air National Guard.

Our Mission

The National Guard Association of Texas seeks to provide the best services and benefits to promote, safeguard, and advance the interests of our members, communities, and partnerships.

Our Vision

The National Guard Association of Texas shall be the premier military association for Texas.

Our Guiding Principles

* Be innovative, agile, and flexible, so that it can meet the expectations and diverse needs of our members.

* Create Strategic Alliances joint ventures through partnerships, to maximize the resources and opportunities available to our members.

* Embed continuous improvements in the planning and execution of our programs, activities and decision-making processes.

* Inspire individuals and communities for public benefit, and conduct activities with transparency, integrity and accountability.

Support

Create programs and benefits for our members and families that improve their value of life.

Engage

Address issues that affect the quality of life for Texas Military Forces service members by engaging state and national constituents.

Responsibility

Put Texas Military Forces service members and families first, through open engagements and feedback to determine their needs.

Visionary

Plan for the future growth of NGAT by establishing long and near term goals to create a relevant and recognized Association.

Inspire

Promote the good works of the Association to inspire members to take an active role in NGAT through a sincere desire to serve on the Board or as a committee member.

Commitment

Invest our efforts and attention toward members of the Texas Military Forces and their families by making them our number one focus in everything we do.

Excellence

Maintain high standards and professionalism that strengthen the overall appeal and prestige of the Association both internally and externally.

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