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ngaus 2020

If you missed any of the conference, you can check out the speeches here: https://www.youtube.com/user/NGAUS1878

Curtis N. “Rusty” Metcalf Trophy (bestowed annually by the National Guard Bureau) winner: 165th Airlift Wing, Georgia Air National Guard
Conference Challenge winners: Third Place: Tom Blackstock; Seventh Place: Rebecca Burton


industry day2020 Industry Day
October 21-22, 2020

Clay National Guard Center
100 Halsey Ave. Bldg. 447 Drill Hall
Marietta, GA 30060

It is anticipated that hundreds of guardsmen will view the exhibits. The schedule has time for industry leaders to learn about doing business with the Guard and interface with Georgia Guard leadership. Your attendance and exhibit would be welcomed and add meaning to our community relationships.

Schedule of Events

Exhibitor Registration

Coprorate Membership Levels
check these out for some exhibitor benefits

Thank you to our
Corporate Members!


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Apply NOW to be employed tomorrow. It is not a matter of if a disaster will occur, but when.

On average Witt O'Brien's will hire over 300 new employees within the first 48-72 hours of the disaster occuring.

Will YOU be one of them!


Employment Opportunities

“Witt O'Brien's provides the highest quality of compliance, prevention, preparedness, response and recovery services. We stand ready at all times to respond to our clients' needs in the most cost-effective and efficient manner”.

We are currently recruiting for the 2013 Hurricane season. Our intent is to deploy former military personnel to all areas where Witt O’Brien’s has pre-event Debris monitoring contracts to perform duties as either a Debris Monitoring Field Supervisor or Field Debris Monitor.

Debris removal is the clearance, removal, and/or disposal of items such as trees, sand, gravel, building components, wreckage, vehicles and personal property. For debris removal costs to be eligible for reimbursement the debris must be a direct result of the disaster and the work must be necessary to:

Eliminate an immediate threat to lives, public health and safety;

Eliminate immediate threats of significant damage to improved public or private property; or

Ensure the economic recovery of the affected community to the benefit of the community-at-large.

Debris monitoring is the process of ensuring the disaster-related debris removal operations are conducted in accordance with the funding agencies requirements (the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and the Federal Highways Administration (FHWA)). The debris monitoring operations are meant to ensure that the removal contractor is performing the scope of work (as defined by their contract) and to document the debris removal operations.

The primary role of debris monitors is not to function as the debris police, but simply to confirm debris eligibility by documenting the location of the debris (field monitors) and the volume of debris collected (tower/debris management site monitors)

To be considered for either position you must submit your resume through the following online portal: http://wittobriens.iapplicants.com/searchjobs.php OR you may also click on the either title below to apply directly:

·Debris Monitoring Field Supervisor

·Field Debris Monitor

You may also contact Nicole Brode at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for additional information.