NGATN’s purpose is to promote and support adequate National Security, the common welfare of Tennessee National Guard Members, the Association through friendship, understanding, and cooperation among members, and to foster and promote NGATN and the National Guard Association of the United States (NGAUS) through relationships with the general public. Browse our site to learn about NGATN, discover your role as a Serving, Separated or Retired Tennessee National Guard Member within NGATN and NGAUS, and explore your benefits and engagement opportunities throughout the year.
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Nashville, TN 37204
2017 State Conference Quicklinks
NGATN 88th State Conference, 23-26 March 2017
Looking for 2017 State Conference Information? Visit our State Conference Page for Events Agenda, Directions, and more. On-site registration will be available at the Embassy Suites beginning Friday, March 24 at 1200. You may reserve your banquet seats during on-site registration. CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE CURRENT BANQUET SEATING CHART. Questions? Contact us (615) 833-9100.
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Guard Family, You may still register for the 88th State Conference on-site at the Embassy Suites in Murfreesboro beginning at 1200 Friday, March 24. You may also select your bandquet seating during on-site registration. We are no longer accepting registrations by web, phone, fax or email. If you have questions... Read More →
The Tennessee STRONG (Support, Training, and Renewing Opportunity for National Guardsmen) Act is establishing a pilot program to provide eligible members of the Tennessee National Guard tuition funding toward a first time bachelor degree, for the next four years, through a tuition reimbursement program, at eligible public and private Tennessee... Read More →
You know “The One”. You have seen him. He shows up to every drill, creates a positive working environment for every Guard Member, eager to help in any way he can. He teaches Sunday school every Sunday, visits junior Guard Members in person when they are hurt or sick between... Read More →