If you have never visited our website and you are a member of the National Guard Association of Alabama, you must first register on the website by clicking on the black "Click Here To Register" button to the <<< left and then follow the instructions. This will give you access to the entire website, including the secure portions for dues submittal and conference registration. You must also login to see various other pages, such as the "Links", "Legislative", "Briefings", and "Conference" sections. Please call us at 205-836-9997 if you have any questions regarding our term life insuance program.
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THE DEADLINE FOR HONOLULU IS 05 JULY 2013!!!! We MUST have your reservation and room deposit NO LATER THAN 05 Jul 2013. We have thirty rooms at the Sheraton Waikiki but only 8 (eight) persons have registered as of 19 June. We must turn in any unused rooms on the deadline in order to get our room deposit back ($100 per room). After we have turned our unused rooms, you are not guaranteed that you will have a room at the Sheraton at the Conference rate.
The 135th NGAUS Conference will be in Honolulu 20-23 Sep 2013. We will be at the Sheraton Waikiki Hotel. The room rates will be $179.00 plus tax per night for "run of the house" and $219.00 plus tax per night for "Ocean View". Indicate which one you want on the registration form. The Conference Registration Form is available for download in now under the "Briefings" tab. There will be NO ONLINE Registration for this conference. All Conference Registrations and Room Reservations MUST be made through NGAAL by downloading the registration form and contacting this office at 205-699-0433 or email@example.com.
The 2013 Membership Campaign is now underway. Click on "Join Now" to pay your dues online or call Mrs. Hawkins at 205-699-0433 and give her your credit card information. You may also mail your dues to NGAAL, Suite 200, 6900-43rd Ave North, Birmingham, AL 35206. We are currently at 30.52% Statewide.
Logon to www.ngaus.org and use the "Write to Congress" option!! This is absolutely the most effective way to let your elected representatives know what you think and what you want them to support. You can use a pre-written letter or draft your own letter. It is easy and only takes two minutes to do it!!
Alabama has more than 1,700 officers in the Army and Air National Guard. The issues that NGAUS and NGAAL are addressing are vitally important to you and your soldiers and airmen. EVERY officer in the Alabama National Guard should be concerned enough about these issues to take two minutes for each one to contact their elected officials!!
This website is updated nearly every day with information regarding the Alabama National Guard, whether it is current or upcoming events, legislative activity or conference updates. NGAUS alerts and updates are received several times per week and can be found under the "Legislative" Tab.
Executive Council Meeting Schedule: Next meeting will be Thursday, 18 July 2013 at the Association office in Birmingham.
See the minutes from all Executive Council Meetings under the "Briefings" tab.
The objectives of the National Guard Association of Alabama are: To support the members and families of the Alabama Air National Guard and Army National Guard, furthering their interests by every appropriate means, including legislative actions and professional development activities, and by preserving the history, traditions, records, and relics of the organizations; to promote the National Guard of the United States; cooperate with other organizations in patriotic endeavors and community affairs; to develop a close relationship with other components of military establishments; to serve as the collective voice of the membership, providing professional and social opportunities; to provide important member benefits; to support the Federal and State missions of the Alabama National Guard; and to recognize and award achievements and contributions to the State and nation. The Association also serves to support the efforts of the State Military Department that strengthen the recruiting, retention, and readiness of the force and to extend and perpetuate the interests of The National Guard.