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.


NGATN State Conference

Looking for 2017 State Conference Information?  Visit our State Conference Page for Room Reservations, Conference Reservations, Events Agenda, Banquet Seating Charts, and more. Online registration is open October 2016-17 March 2017. On-site registration is available during the Conference.
Registration Link Coming October 2016

Latest News


2016 NGAUS Fellows Program

NGAUS is announcing their 2016 Fellowship Program for Army and Air National Guard Company Grade Officers and Warrant Officers.  Chosen applicants will receive a 12 month, paid fellowship at NGAUS Headquarters in Washington, D.C.   The intent is to develop practical experience with the  interaction between US Congress and the... Read More →

2017 Annual State Conference

M ark Your Calendars! Ladies and Gentlemen, NGATN is excited to announce that JJ Clemons will be assuming the Membership Coordinator duties for the 2017 Annual State Conference as Christi Flowers Hamlett transitions to a new position closer to home.  NGATN is returning to the Embassy Suites in Murfreesboro for... Read More →

NGATNIT Offers Cancer Coverage To Members

  Seven-time Olympic Gold Medalist Shannon Miller is a wife, mom, business woman, and more recently, a cancer survivor.  As an incredible athlete with a healthy lifestyle, she is a living example of how indiscriminately Cancer can influence lives.  Shannon is partnering with Washington National to help better financially prepare Americans for... Read More →

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