Army National Guard Company Overview

Website
Headquarters
Arlington, Virginia, US
Company Size
10,000 employees or more
Industry
Government and Military
Founded
1636

Serving Our Community, Serving Our Country

For more than 380 years, the Army National Guard has come to the aid of our communities and our country during times of need. Serving a unique dual mission, the Army National Guard answers the Governor's call during natural disasters and civil emergencies, as well as the President's call during times of war. Whatever the need, the Army National Guard is “always ready, always there.”

 

This Team Rewards Your Part-Time Service

The Army National Guard offers real, tangible rewards for serving part-time in defense of your country. Just a few examples are good pay while learning valuable skills, critical life experiences, and the opportunity to develop effective leadership skills. When you join the Army National Guard, you choose an MOS, or Military Occupational Specialty, from more than 150 exciting career fields. Along with being fascinating and fun, this job acts as a training ground for dozens of exciting, lucrative careers in the private sector. You may also qualify for up to 100% tuition assistance.

 

Vision

The vision of the Army National Guard is simple: To protect the homeland, responding when called with ready units. Soldiers are trained in many different career fields, but they must be first and foremost prepared to defend themselves, their fellow Soldiers, and their Nation.

 

Environment

The Army National Guard is based in communities and is located in every State, the District of Columbia, Guam, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands. When you become a member of the Army National Guard, you'll do your monthly training close to home so you'll be ready to serve wherever you are needed. Many cities and towns have their own armory where the Army National Guard conducts training. This means you can join a unit right in your hometown or nearby.

 

The Army National Guard has more than 3,200 units located in more than 2,600 communities across the 54 States and Territories. Each State has a unique force structure and a varying number of units, personnel, armories, and training sites.

 

People

World events have demonstrated the crucial role the Army National Guard plays when called upon by our Nation during times of need. We have responded. And we are serving honorably and with distinction.

 

The reason for our success is clear – the people of our Army National Guard family. It is a diverse collection of people from every State, Territory, and the District of Columbia. These Soldiers have personal lives to lead, families to support, and careers to pursue in the civilian sector, but they are also committed to selflessly serving our Nation and its communities. Soldiers are our most precious resource.

Office Locations

Army National Guard Jobs

Grayling, MI, US

91G Fire Control Repairer Job Description Electronics systems are an integral component to many of the weapons the Army National Guard deploys. The National Guard relies on the Fire Control Repairer to keep these systems functioning properly. As a Fire Control Repairer, you are responsible for combat vehicle, infantry, and artillery fire control systems and equipment, as well as related test equip

8/11/2018
Powell, WY, US

91E Machinist Job Description Army National Guard Machinists provide the critical knowledge, expertise, and skills needed to repair broken parts, modify old ones, or fabricate replacements for all equipment. They achieve this by operating lathes, drill presses, grinders, welding gear, and other machine shop equipment. Duties could include: working with these tools, as well as measuring work with c

8/10/2018
Cheyenne, WY, US

68W Health Care Specialist Job Description Dreaming of a health care career? As a National Guard Health Care Specialist, you will address the health care needs of civilians after natural disasters or civil emergencies. You will also be the first line of defense against injuries and illnesses suffered by our Soldiers through the administration of immediate emergency care and ongoing care and suppor

8/10/2018
Wausau, WI, US

68W Health Care Specialist Job Description Dreaming of a health care career? As a National Guard Health Care Specialist, you will address the health care needs of civilians after natural disasters or civil emergencies. You will also be the first line of defense against injuries and illnesses suffered by our Soldiers through the administration of immediate emergency care and ongoing care and suppor

8/10/2018
Viroqua, WI, US

92A Automated Logistical Specialist - Supply Chain Job Description As an Automated Logistical Specialist in the Army National Guard, you will learn the ins and outs of supply chain management, from storage and distribution to warehouse management and record keeping. Major duties include: Establishing and maintaining records, such as stock lists, inventory, material control, accounting, and supply

8/10/2018