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EANGUS Conference

EANGUS Conference

The 53rd Annual EANGUS Conference will be held Aug 16-22, 2024 in Detroit, Michigan. Enlisted service members and enlisted retirees and a guest will enjoy free conference registration. REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN. Sign up today to join us in the Motor City.
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NGAUS Conference

NGAUS Conference

The 146th NGAUS Conference & Exhibition is headed to Detroit, Michigan and you are invited to come along. REGISTRATION NOW OPEN. Currently serving O1-O3 and WO1-CW2 received complimentary registration for themself and one guest. Currently serving O4-O6 and CW3-CW5 will pay only $50.00 each for registration for themself and one guest.
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NGAT News Magazine

NGAT News Magazine

NGAT produces a quarterly news magazine. If you are not getting your magazine by email contact the NGAT office at ngatnews@ngat.org. If you would like to sign up to receive a hard copy of the magazine email membership@ngat.org. Click below to read the current and past issues of the NGAT News Magazine.
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NGATEF Scholarships

NGATEF Scholarships

Thank you to all who submitted their hard work for consideration and Congratulations to all our Winners. The NGAT Educational Foundation awards educational grants of various amounts ranging from $500 to $5,000. Applications for the 2025 NGATEF Scholarships will open in Nov 2024. Click below to download the application. GOOD LUCK!!!
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Fed Protect Group Level Term Life Insurance is now available to current and former military members, members of the Texas State Guard, federal employees, contractors, government groups, and spouses between the ages of 18-75 are eligible to apply for coverage continuing through age 121. Contact NGAT for more information or visit the insurance website.
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NGAT Low Cost Life Insurance

NGAT Low Cost Life Insurance

Did you know that NGAT offers group term and whole life insurance policies to help you protect your family? Our policy can stay with you even after you leave the Guard. We also offer a free $1,000 life insurance policy to currently serving members of the Texas Army and Air National Guard. Even more of...
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Free Membership – Officers

Free Membership – Officers

NGAT & NGAUS are proud to offer a free one year membership to officers in the rank of O1, O2, WO1 and CW2. Texas State Guard members in those ranks are eligible for NGAT membership only. Click here to join.
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Attention All Enlisted Personnel - If you have never been a member of NGAT & EANGUS you can join for free and get a one year free membership in both Associations. This is available to all enlisted ranks. Enlisted members of the Texas State Guard can also get a free membership in NGAT for one...
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Join NGAT - NGAUS - EANGUS. All of these Associations do so much for you. Membership is so very important. JOIN US TODAY. What do professional associations do? Protect your benefits that include the Hazelwood Act, Montgomery GI Bill, Tricare and your retirement to name a few. We are your voice in Washington D.C and...
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USAA commits $2.3 million to military-focused nonprofits to support COVID-19 response

USAA and The USAA Foundation, Inc. have committed a total of $2.3 million to military-focused and national nonprofits to support America’s response to the coronavirus pandemic. This support is in addition to the $2.1 million that USAA has directed to local nonprofits in USAA communities.

Military-focused nonprofits included in the planned $2.3 million investment are:

  • The Association of Defense Communities/Blue Star Families COVID-19 Military Support Initiative
  • Fisher House Foundation
  • Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors
  • USO
  • We Care for America Foundation (EANGUS Foundation) Click here to join NGAT/EANGUS

 The funds will help provide meals and emergency financial assistance for military families, care packages for troops deployed overseas, and the development of best practices and policy recommendations to respond to and recover from COVID-19.  “All Americans are feeling the effects of this pandemic, including those who protect our freedom and their families,” USAA President and CEO Wayne Peacock said. “These organizations are on the front lines providing much-needed resources for military families, and we are honored to be able to help. It’s time for us to come together, to do our part; these resources are designed to provide relief during this crisis.”    
In addition, USAA and The USAA Foundation, Inc.’s philanthropic commitment will help address the blood-supply shortage through the American Red Cross and research to create lifesaving coronavirus therapies and vaccines by Texas BioMed Research Institute in San Antonio.  Previously, USAA announced a $1 million donation to five San Antonio-area nonprofits. It also is providing an additional $1.1 million to nonprofits in Phoenix, Tampa, Colorado Springs, Dallas/Fort Worth and southeastern Virginia.   USAA has taken several steps to protect employees and help members and our communities manage through this crisis. More information is available at www.usaa.com/coronavirus.

Governor Greg Abbott Deploys National Guard Units

As part of the state’s ongoing response to COVID-19, Governor Greg Abbott announced the deployment of three National Guard Joint Task Force Brigades. The 72nd Infantry Brigade Combat Team, the 56th Infantry Brigade Combat Team, and the 176th Engineer Brigade will operate ten general support units located throughout the state.

Click here for Texas Military Department Information on the COVID-19

Texas Coronavirus Cases Prompt Gov. Greg Abbott to Activate National Guard

Gov. Greg Abbott announced Tuesday that he is activating the Texas National Guard in response to the novel coronavirus outbreak in the state, which had at least 69 positive cases as of Tuesday morning. Abbott’s announcement follows recently discovered instances of possible community spread in Webb, Tarrant, Matagorda and Brazoria counties, in addition to community spread identified earlier Montgomery and Dallas counties. On Sunday, Texas saw it’s first coronavirus-related death when a resident in his late 90s died in Matagorda County with a pending test result, which later came back positive. In recent days, public schools and universities have shuttered classrooms and transitioned to online learning, some for the remainder of the semester, and Dallas and Harris County have closed bars and ended seated restaurant dining in the interest of social distancing. The Texas National Guard was last activated during Hurricane Harvey, the 2017 disaster that devastated the Houston area.

Texas Adjutant General

MG Tracy Norris, Adjutant General of the National Guard of Texas, speaks to the media during a news conference on coronavirus last month. Photo by: Gabriel C. Perez/KUT “Protecting the health of our force is a top priority. We are taking proactive steps to ensure all components have up-to-date information and guidance as outlined by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to avoid contracting or spreading respiratory illnesses like the flu or COVID-19. Leaders are ordered to maximize telework (by workforce category) and social distancing. “

Covid-19 Information

National Guard Training Sites Closed to the Public Across the State

Based on prevention guidance from the CDC, TMD is suspending public access to these facilities.

  • Camp Mabry – Austin
  • Camp Swift – Bastrop
  • Camp Maxey – Powderly
  • Camp Bowie – Brownwood
  • Camp Bullis – San Antonio
  • Fort Wolters – Mineral Wells

TMD personnel must bring current military ID for access, as state and federal operations continue.

Letter from NGAT President



Information from NGAT, EANGUS & NGAUS

The NGAT office is closed until further notice due to the COVID-19 outbreak. However the NGAT staff continue to work for you from home. If you have an association emergency please contact MSG (Ret) Theresa Billeck-Zuniga at 512-983-7268. If you need to report a death for a insurance claim please call Kathy Gallatin at 512-467-6803. If you need to leave a message for our NGAT staff please call 512-454-7300 and leave a message. Our staff will be returning all calls. Thank you for your patience and understanding during this time.

The EANGUS office, located at One Massachusetts Ave. NW in Washington, D.C., is closed to the public until further notice. EANGUS operations will continue uninterrupted during this time.
The EANGUS 49th Annual Conference has been cancelled. There is no plan to reschedule this conference or hold a virtual meeting at this time.

The National Guard Memorial Museum and NGAUS headquarters, located at One Massachusetts Ave. NW in Washington, D.C., is closed to the public until further notice. NGAUS operations will continue uninterrupted during this time.
The NGAUS 142nd Annual Conference has been cancelled. Plans are in the works to hold a virtual meeting. Check back for details.



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

State Sponsored Life Insurance (SSLI)

Group Term Insurance

This is a low-cost group term life insurance policy which provides coverage on the member, their spouse, and their dependent children. Starting at $3.66 a month for $10,000 policy.


Free $10,000 Life Insurance

NGAT is proud to offer you a benefit of a $10,000 life insurance policy. This policy is offered to new enlistees of the Texas National Guard. Enrollment needs to be completed within 90 days of your enlistment to take advantage of this offer.


Free $1,000 Life Insurance

All currently serving members of the Texas Army and Air National Guard are automatically covered with a FREE $1,000 NGAT Life Insurance policy.


Fed Protect

Low cost Group Level Term Life Insurance for current and former members of the Texas National Guard and Texas State Guard between the ages of 18-75 are eligible to apply with coverage continuing through age 121.

Want to join NGAT?

The National Guard Association of Texas (NGAT) appears before various state and national legislative committees to speak on behalf of the Soldiers and Airmen of the Texas Military Forces. This is why your membership is so important. The greater our membership numbers, the more influence NGAT can bring to the political decision-makers and continue the fight on top issues affecting you and your family. Join NGAT today and make a real difference in the fight for your benefits and your future as a member of the Texas Military Forces.