Vermont - 23 Armories in 23 Communities

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Michael D. Dubie

THE ADJUTANT GENERAL
789 Vermont National Guard
Colchester, VT 05446-3099
Phone: 802-654-0124 • Fax: 802-654-0425
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MAJOR COMMANDS:

124th Regional Training Institute - Joint Forces Headquarters
Troop Command - 86th Armored Brigade

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Guard PhotoThe Vermont Army National Guard (VTARNG) took part in a number of deployments supporting Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Iraqi Freedom in FY06. Task Force Green Mountain, Vermont’s largest deployment, served in Kuwait and returned in December. B and D Company, 1-172nd Armor, returned in January after serving in Iraq and Saudi Arabia. Task Force Saber served in Ramadi, Iraq, during this period and returned home in June. Task Force Catamount served primarily in Herat, Afghanistan, and returned in July. C Company, 3-126th (Air Ambulance) deployed early in the year to Iraq. In July, the 131st Engineer Company deployed to Iraq. In September, Task Force Lobo spent several weeks serving on the U.S. border in Arizona supporting Operation Jump Start.

Even with all of these deployments, the VTARNG was in the process of converting to an infantry brigade combat team. Preparations were made throughout the year for the 86th Armor Brigade’s conversion into the 86th Infantry Brigade Combat Team (Mountain). The Vermont Army National Guard also began construction on a state of the art flight facility to house numerous assets at the Burlington International Airport. The Army Mountain Warfare and Information Warfare Schools continued to train all components of the Army.

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State Financial Information

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USPFO
789 Vermont National Guard
Bldg. 3, Camp Johnson
Colchester, VT 05446-3099
Phone: 802-338-3181 • Fax: 802-338-3375
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Military Pay and Allowances
Civilian Payroll
Goods and Services
Military Construction
Total Economic Impact
$
$
$
$
$
 65,925,402
 23,880,684
 27,058,810
 71,511,149
188,376,045

Economic impact multiplier of 1.657 has been applied.
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Guard PhotoFY06 Vermont Army National Guard funding was adequate to support state and federal missions. The fiscal environment remained challenging due to required reliance on supplemental funding actions at the national level and subsequent impacts at the state level. Real property and communications continued to be under-funded. The VTARNG supported all statutory requirements and achieved all major objectives and missions through Program Budget Advisory Committee action and efficient use of financial resources.

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For more information about the Vermont Army National Guard go to: http://www.vtguard.com/