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CHIEF OF THE NATIONAL GUARD BUREAU
General Joseph Kelly

VICE CHIEF OF THE NATIONAL GUARD BUREAU
Major General George O'Reilly


The United States National Guard Bureau is a joint-bureau between the United States Army and Air Force which is used for some administrative functions of the United States National Guard, especially providing a direct line of communications between the Federal Government and the National Guards of the 50 States, 3 territories, and the District of Columbia. The bureau ensures that the various National Guards are maintaining federal standards for readiness and can act as an outside third party to conduct systemic investigations. In the event that the President needs to federalize one or more National Guard units, the proper chain-of-command to issue such an order through would be via the Chief of The National Guard Bureau who would inform the Adjutant General in the respective State. Normally, however, the respective National Guards administer themselves and only receive general supervision and advice from the bureau itself. This is because under normal conditions, the National Guard is under the command to its respective State or Territory unless it is federalized by the President for a defined period of time and purpose. Below are secret, encrypted documents on the United States National Guard. Unlawful release or publication of this classified information is a violation of 18 U.S. Code § 798 and may be prosecuted under the Espionage Act.








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UNITED STATES NATIONAL GUARD
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[Active Personnel] 408,050​

[Loyalty] State/Territory, Federal

[Type] Reserve Force

The United States National Guard has its roots in colonial militias dating as far back as 1636 before the country itself existed. However, the idea of the Guard itself is most relatable to the "Minutemen" of the American Revolution who were local citizen-soldiers who took up arms on a moment's notice to defend their towns and cities from the British Army. Today, the National Guard still proudly embodies its identity of being made up of "Citizen Soldiers" who have normal jobs and lives, but periodically drill and can be called up for service at any time. Each State and three territories of the United States, plus the District of Columbia, have National Guards. These forces recognize their governor as their commander-in-chief and can be activated by the governor at any time to respond to natural disasters or insurrection. Any National Guard unit can be "federalized" by the President of the United States to be deployed overseas in times of war, and would then fall under his command. The President may also federalize National Guard troops and deploy them within a state provided that the governor of that state consents. The National Guard is divided into the Army National Guard, which is made up of ground forces and armored units, while the Air National Guard focuses on everything from fighter aircraft to logistical transport and refueling aircraft. The documents below will list the Army and Air components of each District, State, and Territory's National Guard. Any active State Defense Forces, which are solely under the jurisdiction of a State and cannot be federalized, will also be listed (though not included in the above "Active Personnel" count). These documents will appear in the alphabetical order of each category: District, States, Territories.
 
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