The NGAGA has established the National Guard Association of Georgia (NGAGA) The Order of James Oglethorpe.
The Order of James Oglethorpe honors private citizens and military patrons hereafter named “Legacy Donors” who promote the long term health of the National Guard Association of Georgia and National Guard Association of the United States (NGAUS) by donating Life Memberships to Georgia National Guard Company Grade Officers (CGOs).
The Order of James Oglethorpe is a 3-inch medallion with a red, white, and blue ribbon. The medallion is worn with dinner attire at the Annual NGAGA State Conference dinner and other NGAGA functions.
SAVE THE DATES:
3-5 June 2022
Stone Mountain, Georgia
More information and registration will be available later
26-29 AUG 2022
Please mark your calendar for the 144th NGAUS National Conference. Watch this space for more information when it becomes available.
Founded in 1948, the purpose of the National Guard Association of Georgia shall be to advance the best interests of its members in support of the betterment of the Georgia National Guard as a ready, reliable, and relevant component of local, state and national security programs, now and in the future.
We look at NGAGA as being “your voice” both on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC and at the State Capitol in Atlanta. NGAGA and NGAUS are always working for you regardless of your status, no matter whether you are on drilling status at home, title 10 deployed in support of the war on terror, or title 32 securing the US and Mexican Borders.
While you are keeping America safe and strong, we are working on legislation that will provide personal amenities and keep equipment and training upgraded so that you can perform your duties and keep the Guard relevant.
On behalf of the Board of Directors, thank you for your support and service. And, thanks also for visiting our website. If you would like to provide feedback, please use the contact us link at the top of any page on this site.