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The Georgia National Guard is the National Guard of the U.S state of Georgia, and consists of the Georgia Army National Guard and the Georgia Air National Guard. (The Georgia State Defense Force is the third military unit of the Georgia Department of Defense, part of the Government of Georgia.) The Constitution of the United States specifically charges the National Guard with dual federal and state missions. The state functions range from limited actions during non-emergency situations to full scale law enforcement of martial law when local law enforcement officials can no longer maintain civil control.
The National Guard may be called into federal service by the President under either Title 10 or Title 32 status. When National Guard troops are called to federal service, the President serves as Commander-in-Chief. The federal mission assigned to the National Guard is: "To provide properly trained and equipped units for prompt mobilization for war, National emergency or as otherwise needed."
The Governor may call individuals or units of the Georgia National Guard into state service during emergencies or to assist in special situations which lend themselves to use of the National Guard. The state mission assigned to the National Guard is: "To provide trained and disciplined forces for domestic emergencies or as otherwise provided by state law."
As authorized under the Constitution, Congress has the power to regulate National Guard units; hence they are trained and equipped as a part of the United States Army, even when under state command. The same ran ks and insignia are used and National Guardsmen are eligible to receive all United States military awards. All Georgia National Guard soldiers are also eligible for a number of state awards for local services rendered in or to the state of Georgia.
Georgia also maintains its own State Defense Force. This force is separate from the National Guard and reports to the Governor of Georgia as Commander-in-Chief. The GSDF services the state exclusively, especially when the National Guard is deployed and unavailable.
- 48th Infantry Brigade Combat Team
- 78th Aviation Troop Command
- 1st of the 171st General Support Aviation Battalion, Dobbins Air Reserve Base, Marietta
- Company H, 171st Aviation Regiment, Dobbins Air Reserve Base, Marietta
- 2nd Battalion, 151st Service and Support, Dobbins Air Reserve Base, Marietta
- 1st of the 169th General Support Aviation Battalion, Hunter Army Airfield, Savannah
- Company C, 1st of the 111th General Support Aviation Battalion, Dobbins Air Reserve Base, Marietta
- 1st of the 185th Air Assault Battalion, Winder
- 935th Combat Service Support Battalion, Hunter Army Airfield, Savannah
- Detachment 9, Operational Airlift, Dobbins Air Reserve Base, Marietta
- Company C, 2nd of the 151st Aviation and Security and Support Battalion, Dobbins Air Reserve Base, Marietta
- Army Fixed Wing Support Activity, Robins Air Force Base, Warner Robins
- Army Aviation Support Facility No. 1, Winder Barrow Airport, Winder
- Army Aviation Support Facility No. 2, Dobbins Air Reserve Base, Marietta
- Army Aviation Support Facility No. 3, Hunter Army Airfield, Savannah
- 648th Maneuver Enhancement Brigade
- 878th Engineer Battalion, Augusta
- 170th Military Police Battalion, Decatur
- 348th Brigade Support Battalion, Cumming
- 1st of the 214th Field Artillery Battalion, Elberton
- Joint Task Force 781st CERFP, Kennesaw
- 560th Battlefield Surveillance Brigade
- 420th Network Signal Company, Cumming
- 230th Brigade Support Company, Fort Gillem, Ellenwood
- 3rd Squadron, 108th Cavalry, Chamblee
- 78th Homeland Response Force
- 122nd Regional Training Institute, Clay National Guard Center, Marietta
- Joint Task Force 781 CERFP
- Regional Training Site-Maintenance, Georgia Guard Garrison Training Center, Hinesville
- 116th Army Band, Joint Forces Headquarters, Ellenwood
- 124th Mobile Public Affairs Detachment, Clay National Guard Center, Marietta
- 248th Medical Company, Marietta
- 4th Civil Support Team, Marietta
- 848th Engineer Company, Douglas
- 138th Chemical Company, dobbins Air Reserve Base, Marietta
- 122nd Rear Operations Center, Hinesville
- 214th Field Artillery, Waynesboro
- 202nd Explosive Ordnance Detachment, Marietta
- 139th Chaplain Detachment, Clay National Guard Center, Marietta
- Headquarters Detachment, 265h Regional Support Group, Metter
- Headquarters Detachment, 110th Combat Service Support Battalion, Tifton
- 82nd Maintenance Company, Fort Benning, Columbus
- 1148th Transportation Company, Fort Gordon, Augusta
- 1177th Transportation Company, LaGrange
- 1230th Transportation Company, Thomasville
- 277th Maintenance Company, Kennesaw
- 201st Regional Support Group, Fort Gordon, Augusta
- Georgia Medical Command, Joint Force Headquarters, Ellenwood
- Recruiting and Retention Detachment, Joint Forces Headquarters, Ellenwood
- North Georgia College and State University Detachment, Dahlonega
- Detachment 2, Training Site Support Detachment, Georgia Guard Garrison Training Center, Hinesville
- 165th Airlift Wing
- 116th Air Control Wing
- 117th Air Control Squadron
- 165th Air Support Operations Squadron
- 224th Joint Communications Support Squadron
- 283rd Combat Communications Squadron
- 139th Intelligence Squadron
- 202nd Engineering Installation Squadron
- 530th Air Force Band
- Combat Readiness Training Center
Georgia's Adjutant General Lineage
The Adjutant General is the senior military officer and de facto commander of the Georgia National Guard. Also known as TAG, they are subordinated to the Governor, the Chief Executive. As of today, there have been 35 Adjutant Generals in Georgia and the position has changed hands 41 times.
|Rank||Name||Appointment||Date of Relief|
|Lt. Col.||Augustus C. G. Elholm||Dec. 19, 1792||Jan. 15, 1975|
|Lt. Col.||Jonas Fauche||Feb. 20, 1796||Nov. 2, 1806|
|Lt. Col.||Daniel Newman||Dec. 13, 1796||Nov. 2, 1796|
|Lt. Col.||John C. Easter||Nov. 13, 1817||Nov. 11, 1835|
|Brig. Gen.||Daniel Newman||Dec. 25, 1837||Dec. 22, 1840|
|Maj. Gen.||Henry C. Wayne||Dec. 12, 1860||May 10, 1865|
|Col.||John. B. Baird||Oct. 16, 1879||Nov. 5, 1882|
|Col.||Jon S. Stephens||Nov. 6, 1882||Dec. 31, 1886|
|Brig. Gen.||John M. Kell||Jan. 1, 1887||Oct. 5, 1990|
|Brig Gen.||Phil G. Byrd||Oct. 11, 1990||Nov. 11, 1990|
|Brig. Gen.||James W. Robertson||Nov. 12, 1990||Nov. 30, 1903|
|Brig. Gen.||Sampson W. Harris||Dec. 1, 1903||July 1, 1907|
|Brig. Gen.||Andrew J. Scott||July 2, 1907||July 1, 1911|
|Brig. Gen.||William G. Obear||Aug. 7, 1911||Dec. 31, 1912|
|Brig. Gen.||J. Van Holt Nash||Jan. 1, 1913||Aug. 26, 1917|
|Maj.||Arthur McCollum||Dec. 4, 1917||March 1, 1919|
|Brig. Gen.||J. Van Holt Nash||March 1, 1919||Oct. 22, 1922|
|Brig. Gen.||Lewis C. Pope||Oct. 28, 1922||June 30, 1923|
|Brig. Gen.||Charles M. Cox||July 2, 1923||June 27, 1927|
|Brig. Gen.||Homer C. Parker||June 28, 1927||June 30, 1932|
|Brig. Gen.||Charles M. Cox||July 1, 1932||Jan. 8, 1933|
|Brig. Gen.||Lindley W. Camp||Jan. 11, 1933||Jan. 12, 1937|
|Brig. Gen.||John E. Stoddard||Jan. 12, 1937||Sept. 30, 1940|
|Brig. Gen.||Marion Williamson||Oct. 1, 1940||Jan. 14, 1941|
|Brig. Gen.||Sion B. Hawkins||Jan. 14, 1941||Jan. 12, 1943|
|Brig. Gen.||Clark Howell||Jan. 12, 1943||Sept. 28, 1944|
|Brig. Gen.||Marvin Griffin||Sept. 28, 1944||March 22, 1947|
|Brig Gen.||Alpha A. Fowler, Jr.||March 22, 1947||Nov. 16, 1948|
|Brig. Gen.||Ernest Vandiver||Nov. 17, 1948||June 20, 1954|
|Maj. Gen.||George J. Hearn||June 21, 1954||July 9, 1957|
|Maj. Gen.||Charlie F. Camp||July 10, 1957||Jan. 12, 1959|
|Maj. Gen.||George J. Hearn||Jan. 13, 1959||Jan. 11, 1971|
|Maj. Gen.||Ernest Vandiver||Jan 12, 1971||Nov. 1, 1971|
|Maj. Gen.||Joel B. Paris III||Nov. 2, 1971||Jan. 13, 1975|
|Maj. Gen.||Billy M. Jones||Jan. 14, 1975||Oct. 31, 1983|
|Maj. Gen.||Joseph W. Griffin||Nov. 1, 1983||Jan. 14, 1991|
|Col.||Jerry D. Sanders||Jan. 15, 1991||March 15, 1991|
|Maj. Gen.||William P. Bland||April 1, 1991||Jan. 31, 1999|
|Lt. Gen.||David B. Poythress||July 1, 1999||Oct. 28, 2007|
|Maj. Gen.||William T. Nesbitt||Oct. 28, 2007||Sep. 30, 2011|
|Maj. Gen.||James B. Butterworth||Sep. 30, 2011||Present|
- "TAG Lineage". Georgia Department of Defense 2010 Annual Report. Georgia National Guard Issuu.
- Bibliography of Georgia Army National Guard History compiled by the United States Army Center of Military History