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Your 2018 Board:

Executive Director:
Col Jeff (Abe) Aebischer

Past President:
Col. Stephanie Sheppard (ANG)

MAJ Noah Siple (ARNG)

Vice President
Maj Tracy Busmann (ANG)

CPT Clint Miller (ARNG)

Lt Matt Mills (ANG)

TAG appointee ANG:
Lt Col Britt Vanshur

TAG appointee ARNG:
LTC Chris Burt

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NGAUS Legislative Alert #15-1
Time spent receiving medical care would qualify as active-duty time for Post-9/11 GI Bill education assistance

NGAUS Legislative Alert #15-2
Recognize the service of the Reserve Components of the Armed Forces by honoring them with veteran status

NGAUS Legislative Alert #15-3
Reauthorizing and Strengthening the National Guard State Partnership Program

Current local initiatives / priorities:

 · Improving and maintaining our working relationship with the Enlisted Association of the National Guard - Idaho (EANGUS).

 · Discounted hunting/fishing license for military members.

· Making a portion of National Guard income exempt from Idaho State tax or a Retention Benefit.

· Increasing and making the State Education Assistance Program (SEAP) permanent / lowering in-State tuition to State institutions or a Waiver.


Current Membership Numbers

Current Members Numbers by Branch

As of 3 June

ANG 87 of 139

ARNG 102 of 576

Retired 35

Total 224

Created by Miguel H. Lopez May 12, 2015 at 12:43pm. Last updated by Miguel H. Lopez Jun 3, 2015.


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The article published this morning in the NGAUS Washington Report.

To all Members,

The article below was published this morning in the NGAUS Washington Report.

As you can see Idaho came in third in the small state category for membership increase last year, still very good news!

NGAUS Awards States for Membership Hikes

NGAUS has awarded 10 states with cash prizes for their efforts in increasing paid membership during the past year. The program was announced one year ago by retired Maj. Gen. Gus Hargett, the NGAUS president, as an incentive for states to boost membership.

"We consider this money well spent," Hargett said of the payouts to the most successful states. "A large membership provides the muscle for us to advocate for the National Guard on Capitol Hill. I applaud those states that have made the case to their Guardsman about the benefits of NGAUS membership."

The winner in the small state category is Connecticut, which increased its paid membership by more than 103 percent. The state association will receive $5,000 from NGAUS. Wyoming will receive $3,000 for increasing its membership by 50 percent.

Idaho boosted its membership by 46 percent and will receive $1,500, while Alaska's increase of nearly 40 percent netted it $500.




Miguel H. Lopez

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