State Tuition Assistance has increased from $4000.00 a year to $5000.00 a year towards tuition and fees! This is an incredible increase in education benefits for Soldiers and Airmen. Pass this information along to both current and prospective members.
The G1 Education Services needs your help to forward this reminder to your Soldiers’ e-mail through your unit’s drill notice email distro list.
The State Education Assistance Program is an educational benefit for Idaho Army National Guard Soldiers that has been…
Please join the Executive Committee in congratulating CPT Laura Newell, S1/Adjutant for 2-116 CAB (AR) of the 116th Cavalry Brigade Combat Team, and CW2 Ryan Kohlbecker, Strength Manager for the 116th Cavalry Brigade Combat Team as the two CGO's selected to attend the Idaho National Guard Officers Association Development Program and be sponsored to attend this years 139th Annual Conference in Louisville, KY.
Current local initiatives / priorities:
· Improving and maintaining our working relationship with the Enlisted Association of the National Guard - Idaho (EANGUS).
· Making National Guard income exempt from Idaho State tax.
· Increasing and making the State Education Assistance Program (SEAP) permanent / lowering in-State tuiton to State institutions.
· Discounted hunting/fishing license for military members.
IF YOU ARE INTERESTED, first Join NGAUS through the State Association. Then get involved in a committee and seek out your elected officials for more information. The ONLY way you can apply for this opportunity it through INGOA....
NGAUS to Host Company Grades in DC
NGAUS will sponsor visits to the nation's capital this year for two National Guard company-grade officers and some warrant officers from each of the states, territories and the District of Columbia. The purpose of this professional development program is to expose young officers to the legislative process and provide an inside look at the Defense Department.
The program is open to all company-grade officers in the Guard, including warrant officers 1 and warrant officers 2.
"The young officers in the National Guard represent the force's future," said retired Maj. Gen. Gus Hargett, the NGAUS…