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Here for the North Carolina National Guard, its Families, and Retirees by remembering the past, securing the present, and improving the future.

The North Carolina National Guard Association would like to give a special thanks to our corporate members for their continued support to the Soldiers, Airmen, Families and Retirees of the North Carolina National Guard.

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Today we’re celebrating #NationalPetDay at the NCNGA office! Show us your furry friends in the comments, we’d love to see them! #ncnga ... See MoreSee Less

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President James McKee, Deborah McKee and Executive Director Christine Quante representing NCNGA at Area II Mid-winter EANGUS Conference. ... See MoreSee Less

President James McKee, Deborah McKee and Executive Director Christine Quante representing NCNGA at Area II Mid-winter EANGUS Conference.Image attachment

The Nation’s first organized fighting force assembled on December 13, 1636 in the Massachusetts Bay Colony to defend against attacks from the Pequot Tribe and protect early settlements.

Fun Fact: Men between ages 16 and 60 were required to join!
#ncnga #throwbackthursday #militaryhistory #TBT
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The Nation’s first organized fighting force assembled on December 13, 1636 in the Massachusetts Bay Colony to defend against attacks from the Pequot Tribe and protect early settlements. 

Fun Fact: Men between ages 16 and 60 were required to join!
#ncnga #throwbackthursday #militaryhistory #TBT

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We’ll never concede! May 14, 1607, the true birthday of the National Guard!

This is no April Fools joke, spring has "sprung" at the NCNGA office! 🌸
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This is no April Fools joke, spring has sprung at the NCNGA office! 🌸
#ncnga #ncnationalguardassociation

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Beautiful today!

Born near Henderson in 1858, Young was a politician, businessman, racial spokesperson and soldier.

When war outbroke between the United States and Spain in 1898, Governor Russell appointed Young as Colonel of the Third North Carolina Infantry, a regiment of black volunteers. Although the regiment never saw combat, its existence was a source of pride for black North Carolinians.

#ncnga #ThrowbackThursday #militaryhistory #tbt
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Celebrating Women’s History Month; Rowan County Firefighter and NCANG Retired Crystal Pierce Recognized
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📸: Salisbury Post file photo

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#ncnga #womenshistorymonth #ncnationalguard #herstory
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Celebrating Women’s History Month; Rowan County Firefighter and NCANG Retired Crystal Pierce Recognized
Read More: https://loom.ly/5EyZkjw
📸:  Salisbury Post file photo

Read more at: https://loom.ly/5EyZkjw
#ncnga #womenshistorymonth #ncnationalguard #herstory

Monday motivation from American baseball legend, George Herman "Babe" Ruth.

In May of 1924, Ruth enlisted in the 104th Field Artillery Division of the New York Army National Guard at a widely publicized event in Times Square as a National Guard recruitment push.
#ncnga #motivationmonday #mlb #baberuth
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Monday motivation from American baseball legend, George Herman Babe Ruth. 

In May of 1924, Ruth enlisted in the 104th Field Artillery Division of the New York Army National Guard at a widely publicized event in Times Square as a National Guard recruitment push. 
#ncnga #motivationmonday #mlb #baberuth

Moldovan Soldiers Tour NC Guard Museum
📸: Sgt. 1st Class Robert Jordan
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Moldovan Soldiers Tour NC Guard Museum
📸:  Sgt. 1st Class Robert Jordan
https://loom.ly/oWmPccM
#ncnga #ncngmuseum #ncnationalguard

Born in New Bern in 1875, Wootten was an art instructor turned soldier when she sought freelance photography work in Camp Glenn, where the North Carolina National Guard trained during the summers. Her success led to an offer of official Guard membership with a uniform and title, Chief of Publicity.
#ncnga #ncnationalguard #WomensHistoryMonth #herstory
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Born in New Bern in 1875, Wootten was an art instructor turned soldier when she sought freelance photography work in Camp Glenn, where the North Carolina National Guard trained during the summers. Her success led to an offer of official Guard membership with a uniform and title, Chief of Publicity. 
#ncnga #ncnationalguard #WomensHistoryMonth #herstory
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