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Arkansas National Guard 2010 Annual Report

Arkansas National Guard 2010 Annual Report

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The Arkansas National Guard’s annual report for fiscal year 2010 is now available online. Included in the report is valuable information about our mission and values, organization and how the Soldiers and Airmen of Arkansas provided support to our communities, state and nation. Read it here: http://www.arguard.org/PublicAffairs/Anl%20Rprt-Current/2010%20Annual%20Report_Final.pdf.
The Arkansas National Guard’s annual report for fiscal year 2010 is now available online. Included in the report is valuable information about our mission and values, organization and how the Soldiers and Airmen of Arkansas provided support to our communities, state and nation. Read it here: http://www.arguard.org/PublicAffairs/Anl%20Rprt-Current/2010%20Annual%20Report_Final.pdf.

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ANNUAL REPORT
Fiscal Year 2010  
Mission, Vision & Values 3The Command 4Unit Chart 6Army Units 8Air & Joint Units 10Separate Units 12Training Sites 14Federal Missions 16Military Support 20Top Stories 22MilCon 26Financials 27County-by-County 28History 29Programs 30Directorates 32Support 35
From the Adjutant General
It is a privilege to present the Arkansas National Guard’s annual report for FiscalYear 2010. Within these pages is an overview of our organization, along with severalexamples of the support we provide to our communities, state and nation.As in the past, 2010 presented some heavy challenges in our effort to balance our missions at home and abroad. Fortunately, the Soldiers, Airmen and civilian employeeswithin this organization worked together to achieve success in all of our missions, justas they have always done.Together, these men and women have made our state proud by ensuring our organi-zation’s ability to respond as needed here at home. From pre-positioning equipmentin preparation for a potential ice stom, to responding to a late-night call for support in
response to tornadoes, and searching for survivors of severe ooding, our Soldiers and
Airmen were there, and our state employees helped ensure it was possible.Along with emergency response missions, our team of counterdrug personnel helpedcivil authorities recover over $200 million worth of stolen vehicles and equipment.They also helped the state “take-back” approximately two and a half tons of unused prescription drugs.We supported the state with these kinds of unique missions while continuing our efforts to ensure a positive future for our nation by operating two youth programs, andsupporting a third on Camp Robinson. During the year, roughly 3,000 young men andwomen have entered these programs empty handed, but departed with a GED -- readyto start a new life.As we supported our state in these endeavors, we continued ourmission to help ensurethat our nation’s military force was strong. Well over 100,000 Active Duty and ReserveComponent troops from all 54 states and territories passed through our two training sitesin 2010, with roughly 500 more trained by our Guardsmen at the Little Rock Air ForceBase.Along with training troops to ensure the highest level of readiness, we put our ownreadiness to the test in support of operations overseas.Fiscal Year 2010 saw our Soldiers clearing the Afghan roadways of explosives andworking with Afghan farmers to stabilize the region. It witnessed our Airmen in theskies over Afghanistan, with others here at home supporting those operations throughdata interpretation and intelligence support. After an earthquake left hundreds of thou-sands homeless in Haiti, our Airmen stepped up to provide intelligence supportinside the borers of that devastated nation.Along with numerous individual mobilizations, the year also sent several of our troops on deployment to Kosovo, while bringing others home from Guan-tanamo Bay.These challenges are not solely by our uniformed Soldiers and Air-men. Our men and women are only able to perform at this leveldue to the tremendous support we enjoy from our Fami-lies, friend, employers, legislators and entire communitiesthroughout the state. Wiathout this support we would not be able to respond to these calls to serve with such strengthand determination. That support is greatly appreciated.With this, we proudly close another successful chapter of our history, and we pledge our continued support for years to come.-- Maj. Gen. William Wofford
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Mission
The Military Department of Arkansas is a broad, community-basedorganization with both federal and state government responsibilities.Federal missions include operations in support of the Army and Air Force for peacekeeping and wartime missions. State missions pri-marily include disaster relief and community support.The department, comprised of both Army and Air NationalGuard elements, has service and economic impact in 54Arkansas counties. The agency’s mission, vision andvalues serve to focus operations on critical customer requirements to provide trained, ready profession-als, and units responsive to the needs of the nation,state and community.
Vision
Arkansas National Guard military and civilian profes-
sionals, working as a team, building the nest reserve
military organization serving the nation, state and com-munity.
Values
Integrity means honesty, candor, ethics,morals and accountability. Commit-ment means loyalty, caring, trustand teamwork. Professionalism
means seless service, empower 
-ment, stewardship and excellencein all we do. Warrior Spirit means
 placing the mission rst, never ac
-cepting defeat, never quitting andnever leaving a fallen comrade.
MISSION
Values 
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