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Farmington New Mexico

May, 29th

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About National Guard

Each of the 50 states and the 4 territories within the United States has its own local National Guard. Your local National Guard consists of the Air National Guard and the Army National Guard. It is the responsibility of your local National Guard to remain connected with the other 100 plus units that make up the National Guard. The Bureau is responsible for maintaining the regularity of the various local National Guard units. They design programs that will make sure that the equipment is properly maintained and that personnel training continues. This is important because whenever there is a national emergency, it is up to your local National Guard to respond to the call. Of course, the Bureau is responsible for coordinating these responses. The Bureau performs these same actions for the Army and Air Force as well. Your local National Guard plays an important role in providing backup for the Army and Air Force. The main reason for this is that they want to nurture democracy, encourage market economics, promote stability within the region and also provide citizens from across the United States with opportunities to interact with one another. The Air National Guard is completely responsible for the United States' air defense. On the other hand, the Army National Guard is a very important part of America's defense forces. More than likely you have seen the numerous state and community based programs that your local National Guard is in charge of. These programs are responsible for improving the environment, safeguarding each state from any drug trafficking and bringing together the various families who have family members that are a part of the National Guard.

  • Army National Guard

    1101 W Navajo St, Farmington, NM 87401

    (505) 326-3120

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  • American National Insurance Co

    1101 W Navajo St, Farmington, NM 87401

    (505) 325-0261

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  • Guardian Angel Home Health

    4801 N Butler Ave, Farmington, NM 87401

    (505) 564-9002

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  • National Indian Youth Council Employment & Training Services

    653 W Broadway, Farmington, NM 87401

    (505) 327-5341

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  • First National Bank

    100 E Broadway , Farmington, NM 87401

    (505) 327-4393

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  • National Oilwell

    850 Malta Ave, Farmington, NM 87401

    (505) 325-4146

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  • Laborer's International of North America Local 16

    801 E Murray Dr, Farmington, NM 87401

    (505) 325-5521

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  • International House of Pancakes

    3546 E Main St, Farmington, NM 87402

    (505) 564-3400

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  • Gideon's International

    2100 E 18th St, Farmington, NM 87401

    (505) 327-4678

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  • Guardian Safe and Lock

    2417 E 20th St, Farmington, NM 87401

    (505) 564-2490

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  • National Payday Loans

    2604 E Main St, Farmington, NM 87401

    (505) 564-9400

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More on National Guard

The local National Guard is active during times of war and during times of peace as well. Your governor can ask for help from your local National Guard whenever there is a natural disaster such as an earthquake, a fire or a storm. They can also request help from the local National Guard whenever there is the threat of a civil war. This is because the local National Guard is responsible for maintaining units that are both trained and equipped so that they can respond whenever there is any type of an emergency. Most of the people who work for your local National Guard work there part-time. Their service period usually consists of 1 weekend each month as well as a 2 week training period each year. This allows the members of your local National Guard to maintain a civilian life while also enjoy the benefits of military life at the same time, which means that they will receive an excellent benefits package, money for education and an opportunity to develop their career skills. They will even earn a paycheck on a regular basis and retirement benefits. You may wish to consider becoming a member of your local National Guard. Not only will you reap monetary rewards but you will also feel good knowing that you are contributing to society in a positive way.

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