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Marine Corps League of North Carolina

The Marine Corps League perpetuates the traditions and spirit of ALL Marines and Navy Fleet Marine Force Corpsmen, who proudly wear or who have worn the eagle, globe and anchor of the Corps. It takes great pride in crediting its founding in 1923 to World War I hero, then Major General Commandant John A. Lejeune. It takes equal pride in its Federal Charter, approved by An Act of the Seventy-Fifth Congress of the United States of America and signed and approved by President Franklin D. Roosevelt on August 4, 1937.

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National Guard Association of North Carolina

Our Mission: Here for the North Carolina National Guard, its Families and Retirees by remembering the past, securing the present, and improving the future.

The North Carolina Veterans Council was founded to serve as the coordinating body of all the veteran organizations, in order to positively impact the lives of all North Carolina Veterans. Our membership consists of 16 Veteran Service Organizations. Each organization has one vote on the Council.

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Naval Reserve Association

Navy Reserve Center: 118

Naval Air Force Reserve Squadrons: 21

Selected Reserves (SELRES): 45,345

Officer: 12,571

Enlisted: 32,712

Mobilized to Active Duty: 2,554

Active Duty Special Work (ADSW): 1,212

Annual Training (AT): 5,645

Active Duty for Training (ADT): 2,677

Training and Administration of Reserve (TAR): 10,084

Officer: 1,524

Enlisted: 8,560

RC HQ / Staff Support: 3,359

Operational Support: 6,804

Total SELRES and TAR: 56,254

Individual Ready Reserve (IRR): 48,618

Active Status Pool (ASP): 45,852

Voluntary Training Unit (VTU): 2,579

VTU Mobilized to Active Duty: 25

VTU ADSW: 67

VTU ADT: 0

Reserve Civilian Employees: 432

Official RESFOR Guidance

TNR Almanac Online

COVID-19 FAQ

Psychological Health Outreach Program

Navy Individual Augmentee

Fact Sheets & Posters

Navy Reserve Force Map

NERE

Mobilization Readiness

Flank Speed Transition

Mental Health Resources

Advancement

SSO Tool Kit

i3 Waypoints

Expectant Parent Resources for SELRES

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Association of the US Army

Voice for the Army - Support for the Soldier

OUR MISSION

AUSA supports soldiers, their families and Army civilians, provides a voice for the Army, and honors those who have served. As the Army’s premier, nonprofit, educational and professional association, we:

Educate those we serve (soldiers and their families, Army civilians, retired soldiers and veterans, and the businesses and industries that support the Army) with programs, products, resources and events…

Inform our members, Congress and the American public about issues affecting America’s Army – Regular Army, Army National Guard and Army Reserve, and…

Connect America’s Total Army, its industry partners, like-minded associations and other supporters at the national, regional and chapter levels.

OUR VISION

To be recognized by the Army, Congress, our industry partners and communities across the nation as the Army’s premier association and the foremost supporter of the Total Army.

OUR GUIDING PRINCIPLES

Dedication

We are dedicated to our mission and to our members, displaying it through our service and commitment.

Innovation

We value innovative approaches to programs and technology.

Excellence

We value, encourage, recognize and reward excellence.

Inclusion

We are inclusive and embrace diversity.

Integrity

We expect integrity within ourselves and our stakeholders.

Nonpartisan

In all we do, we are nonpartisan and apolitical.

2425 Wilson Blvd.

Arlington, VA 22201

Phone: 703-841-4300

Member Services: 1-855-246-6269

Email: membersupport@ausa.org

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Air Force Reserves

Since President Harry S. Truman called for the formation of the Air Force Reserve in 1948, it has been a critical part of the nation's defense. Its mission is to provide combat ready forces to Fly, Fight and Win.

Operating in various locations around the world, the Air Force Reserve has evolved from a "stand by" force for emergencies into a Major Command (MAJCOM) of the Active Duty Air Force.

The Air Force Reserve currently performs about 20 percent of the work of the Air Force, including traditional flying missions and other more specialized missions, such as Weather Reconnaissance (Hurricane Hunters), Modular Aerial Fire Fighting (MAFFs) and Personnel Recovery (Pararescuemen).

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US Coast Guard

The Coast Guard Reserve is a flexible, responsive operational force that exists to support the Coast Guard roles of maritime homeland security, national defense (domestic and expeditionary), and domestic disaster operations.

The Coast Guard depends on the Reserve force to be always ready to mobilize with critical competencies in boat operations, contingency planning and response, expeditionary warfare, marine safety, port security, law enforcement and mission support.

Reservists obtain and maintain proficiency and readiness through a combination of training and augmentation. Commanders, commanding officers and officers-in-charge shall ensure Reservists under their authority receive appropriate training and augmentation opportunities and administrative support. By doing so, Reserve forces will achieve mobilization readiness, while providing increased capacity to the local command. Individual Reservists shall obtain and maintain the skills and personal readiness required to mobilize.

Vision

The Coast Guard’s only dedicated surge force, the Reserve, is a contingency-based workforce, trained locally and deployed globally to meet Coast Guard mission requirements.

Mission

To provide operationally capable and ready personnel to support Coast Guard surge and mobilization requirements in the Homeland and abroad.

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Army Website Directory

OFFICIAL DIRECTORY OF ARMY WEBSITES. Army-Wide Content. Search content A-Z for Names and Units.

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US Army

OUR MISSION: OUR PURPOSE REMAINS CONSTANT

To deploy, fight and win our nation’s wars by providing ready, prompt and sustained land dominance by Army forces across the full spectrum of conflict as part of the joint force.

The Army mission is vital to the Nation because we are the service capable of defeating enemy ground forces and indefinitely seizing and controlling those things an adversary prizes most – its land, its resources and its population.

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US Marine Corps

MARINES ARE THE FIRST TO FIGHT AND DETERMINED TO SUCCEED.

Since 1775, Marines have valiantly fought and died to protect our nation and advance its ideals. Our long and proud heritage of faithful service is fueled by an uncommon fighting spirit and the grit to continue on when others quit. From Belleau Wood to Afghanistan, the United States Marine Corps is America's stand-in force - always ready when our nation is least ready.

1. Marine Corps Air Station New River

Marine Corps Air Station New River

Jacksonville, NC 28545

2. Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point

100 Roosevelt St

Cherry Point NC 28533

3. Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune

Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune

Camp Lejeune, NC 28542

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US Navy

Mission Statement

The United States is a maritime nation, and the U.S. Navy protects America at sea. Alongside our allies and partners, we defend freedom, preserve economic prosperity, and keep the seas open and free. Our nation is engaged in long-term competition. To defend American interests around the globe, the U.S. Navy must remain prepared to execute our timeless role, as directed by Congress and the President.

Who We Are

We are America's primary forward deployed force. Diverse, united, and tough, we are and will remain the most lethal global maneuver force in the world. As great power competitors threaten the global commons, we will rise to deter and defeat those challenges, protect the American homeland, and protect our economic prosperity by keeping the arteries of commerce open on the world's interconnected oceans. As Sailors, forged by the sea, we will continue to be the Navy this nation needs.

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US Air Force

The mission of the United States Air Force is to fly, fight, and win...airpower anytime, anywhere.

To achieve that mission, the Air Force has a vision:

With a Total Force of more than 689,000 personnel, Airmen work to support all aspects of airpower, which includes five core missions: air superiority; global strike; rapid global mobility; intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance; and command and control. Airpower also requires people and resources dedicated to unit readiness, base infrastructure and talent management.

"Delivering airpower for our nation requires more than just aircraft; It requires Total Force Airmen – active duty, Guard, Reserve, civilians – in all Air Force specialties working together as a seamless team to operate, maintain and enable our mission and bring the unique capabilities and effects of airpower to bear." -- Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. CQ Brown, Jr.

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