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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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Honored to have been a part of this incredible event

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As the renewal for the NC National Guard license plates is fast approaching, we want to make sure everyone knows about the option to get a special license plate and who is eligible. To learn more, scan the QR code!

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As the renewal for the NC National Guard license plates is fast approaching, we want to make sure everyone knows about the option to get a special license plate and who is eligible. To learn more, scan the QR code!

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Constitution Day. πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡ΈπŸ‘β€οΈ
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Three North Carolinians signed the U.S. Constitution at the Convention of 1787 in Philadelphia: Hugh Williamson, originally from Pennsylvania; Richard Dobbs Spaight, originally from New Bern; and William Blount, of Bertie County.
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Constitution Day. πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡ΈπŸ‘β€οΈ
We the People... 

Three North Carolinians signed the U.S. Constitution at the Convention of 1787 in Philadelphia: Hugh Williamson, originally from Pennsylvania; Richard Dobbs Spaight, originally from New Bern; and William Blount, of Bertie County.
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1901 | Buffalo, New York - Twenty-fifth President of the United States William McKinley, Jr., dies today of an assassin's bullet shot into him on September 6th. Born in Ohio, he enlisted as a private at the age of 18 in the 23rd Ohio Volunteer Infantry at the outbreak of the Civil War (also serving as a major in this same regiment was future 19th President Rutherford B. Hayes). McKinley proved an able leader and quickly moved up through the ranks so that by war's end he was a major. After leaving the Army he entered politics, being repeatedly elected to the House of Representatives until elected President in 1897. The most important aspect of his time as president was taking the United States to war against Spain over the issue of Cuban independence. The outcome of that war made America a world power with colonies in Puerto Rico, Hawaii, Guam and the Philippines. During this period nearly 200,000 Guardsmen served in the American Army seeing combat in all theaters of the war. McKinley's Vice President, who is sworn in as the 26th President on this date, is former New York Guard Captain and Colonel of the 1st Volunteer Cavalry, "the Rough Riders", Theodore Roosevelt.

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1901 | Buffalo, New York - Twenty-fifth President of the United States William McKinley, Jr., dies today of an assassins bullet shot into him on September 6th. Born in Ohio, he enlisted as a private at the age of 18 in the 23rd Ohio Volunteer Infantry at the outbreak of the Civil War (also serving as a major in this same regiment was future 19th President Rutherford B. Hayes). McKinley proved an able leader and quickly moved up through the ranks so that by wars end he was a major. After leaving the Army he entered politics, being repeatedly elected to the House of Representatives until elected President in 1897. The most important aspect of his time as president was taking the United States to war against Spain over the issue of Cuban independence. The outcome of that war made America a world power with colonies in Puerto Rico, Hawaii, Guam and the Philippines. During this period nearly 200,000 Guardsmen served in the American Army seeing combat in all theaters of the war. McKinleys Vice President, who is sworn in as the 26th President on this date, is former New York Guard Captain and Colonel of the 1st Volunteer Cavalry, the Rough Riders, Theodore Roosevelt.

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Thank you North Carolina National Guard Association for a great event! More photos here! www.flickr.com/photos/ncngpao/albums/72177720311120792

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Thank you to Tony Ferguson who donated a flag to our 9/11 Observance & TMF Scholarship golf tournament in honor of our Veterans.

Flags will be on display at our golf tournament on Monday, September 11th at Carolina Trace Country Club.

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Thank you to Tony Ferguson who donated a flag to our 9/11 Observance & TMF Scholarship golf tournament in honor of our Veterans.

Flags will be on display at our golf tournament on Monday, September 11th at Carolina Trace Country Club.

#ncnga #ncnationalguardassociation #nationalguard #tmfscholarship #americanflag #buyaflag #supportourheroes #honorourheroes #honorourveterans #rememberourveterans #ncnationalguard
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