For conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity in action at the risk of his life above and beyond the call of duty. Army distinguished himself while serving with Company C. CWO Ferguson, commander of a resupply helicopter monitoring an emergency call from wounded passengers and crewmen of a downed helicopter under heavy attack within the enemy-controlled city of Hue, unhesitatingly volunteered to attempt evacuation.
County disaster response teams search and rescue, route clearance, debris removal Water provision Examples of MSCA provided in a Title 32 status[ edit ] The National Guard may also respond to natural disasters and other domestic operations in a Title 32 status. In this situation, the Guard is still under the direct command and control of the Governor, but the Federal Government provides the funding through Title 32 of the United States Code.
EMAC provides mutual aid across state lines, provides assets for states' personnel and equipment shortfalls, places responding assets under operational control of requesting governor and the Federal Emergency Management Agency FEMA recognizes cross-state support as reimbursable.
A total of Arkansas National Guard Soldiers and Airmen were mobilized, with deployed to Louisiana at the peak of Wocs autobiography.
Arkansas National Guard units were among the last to leave Louisiana, finally handing off its missions to the Louisiana National Guard in February At its peak, Arkansas had over Arkansas troops and airmen on orders including: Chaffee Maneuver Training Center[ edit ] Chaffee Maneuver Training Center Fort Chaffee encompasses over 65, acres, large Wocs autobiography to support Brigade size training exercises, or up to approximately soldiers.
Acreage available to support Field Artillery training as well as various small arms training ranges. A recent addition to Fort Chaffee is the convoy live fire range to meet the latest training requirement of the Global War On Terrorism.
Fort Chaffee became a center for processing hurricane evacuees, providing shelter and relief to over 10, Citizens of Louisiana during Hurricanes Katrina and Rita. National Guard Professional Education Center[ edit ] Camp Robinson is home to the PEC and its acre campus consisting of 25 buildings and a total staff of approximately military, civilian contractor personnel.
We annually provide instruction to over 20, members of the military force. These conferences typically provide 3 to 5 day training sessions covering specific subjects and discussions on a wide variety of issues such as: Administer NGB Marksmanship training and competitive programs at all levels, stressing the development of combat skills to improve proficiency above basic marksmanship requirements and increase battlefield survivability.
The MTC provides coordinating authority, quality assurance QAassessment and accreditation oversight for training responsibilities.
Additionally, the MTC provides operational, training, administrative, logistical, and resource management support as required to accomplish the mission to train the Army Warrior within each respective State and Territory as specified and approved by The Adjutant General TAG.
It began in with the first Officer Candidate Class. For the next 39 years the Arkansas Military Academy built a proud heritage in the Arkansas National Guard setting the standard for some of the best officers in the Army.
InGeneral Herbert Temple had a vision to develop a two-week course that would hone and improve the soldier combat skills needed to win on the modern battlefield.
For ten years the Battle Skills School trained soldiers from all over the United States on the basic skills of survival and small unit tactics. The Mission of the RTI is to train infantry and artillery, and communications military occupational specialties, as well as non-commissioned officer education, and officer candidate school.
The rd operates the second largest infantry school in the Army, only second to Fort Benning. The Arkansas National Guard is supported by 1, full-time federal military employees and an additional full-time state civilian employees.
State Military Department[ edit ] The Arkansas State Military Department supports the Arkansas Guard by providing responsible fiscal, administrative, nursing, security, youth service, family support, natural resource conservation, recycling, waste water, public affairs, legal, museum, fire, police officers, skilled trades, and trained professional staff that will ensure well-maintained armories, facilities, training, and personnel administration for the National Guard.Master Warrant Officer Andrew Fairhead is the Drill Sergeant-Major and Drum Major.
Fairhead has been a member of since November Prior to his appointment as the Drill Sergeant-Major, he has been the Band Drum Major, an appointment he has held since February Chief Warrant Officer 5 Mark Meyer, a native of Sherwood, Ohio, graduated basic training August at Fort McClellan, Alabama.
He attended Advanced Individual Training, Fort Gordon, Georgia, graduating as a radio teletype operator in January Mar 15, · Category People & Blogs; Song American Soldier; Artist Toby Keith; Licensed to YouTube by UMG (on behalf of DreamWorks Nashville); UMPI, AMRA, Rumblefish (Publishing), EMI Music Publishing.
Must be a Staff Sergeant, Gunnery Sergeant, Staff Sergeant selectee, or Warrant Officer selectee. Advanced Administrative Specialist Course (AASC) nominees must possess Service “A”; seasonal Service “C” or Service “B”; seasonal Marine Corps Combat Utility .
Biography: Chief Warrant Officer 3 Shannon Kenagy completed recruit training at Parris Island, South Carolina in and served in infantry, administration, and intelligence military occupational specialties over the course of 21 years on active duty.
He worked his way through the enlisted grades to the rank of Sergeant First Class, then received an appointment as a Warrant Officer, and retiring as a Chief Warrant Officer in A latecomer to acting, he started his stage career after retiring while attending Ohio Dominican College in Columbus, Ohio under the G.I.