North Carolina - 95 Army Facilities in 75 Counties

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Major General
William E. Ingram, Jr.

THE ADJUTANT GENERAL
4105 Reedy Creek Rd.
Raleigh, NC 27607-6410
Phone: 919-664-6101 • Fax: 919-664-6400

 

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MAJOR COMMANDS:
Joint Force Headquarters
60th Troop Command
130th Maneuver Enhancement Brigade
30th Heavy Brigade Combat Team
113th Sustainment Brigade
449th Theater Aviation Brigade

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Guard PhotoThe North Carolina Army National Guard (NCARNG) continued its commitment to the persistent conflict in FY08 while simultaneously contributing to the security at home by supporting North Carolina’s civil authorities and other states conducting relief operations during the hurricane season.

Although not a large year for deployments, the NCARNG continued to mobilize company- and detachment-size units to the Horn of Africa, Afghanistan, and Iraq in FY08. Engineer units drilled wells and cleared routes; military police and embedded training teams helped Iraqi police and Afghan security forces; and North Carolina Army National Guard public affairs Soldiers operated the media center in Bagram, Afghanistan.

FY08 was a year of increased training as nearly 5,000 Soldiers were placed on alert for mobilization in 2009. This included the 30th Heavy Brigade Combat Team and the 1-130, Reconnaissance Attack Battalion (Apache) for its second deployment to Iraq. The 30th has completely transformed to the Army’s modular formation and will enter Title 10 status in the second quarter of FY09.

The North Carolina Army National Guard family programs continued to support the families of Soldiers by opening additional federally-funded Family Assistance Centers in anticipation of the large deployment requirements for next year.

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State Financial Information

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Colonel Rodney L. Thomas
USPFO
4201 Reedy Creek Rd.
Raleigh, NC 27607-6412
Phone: 919-664-6200 • Fax: 919-664-6579

 

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Military Pay and Allowances
Civilian Payroll
Goods and Services
Military Construction
Total Economic Impact

$
$
$
$
$

  252,889,741
   85,211,129
  102,174,463
   56,554,561
  496,829,894

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Economic impact multiplier of 1.597 has been applied.

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Guard PhotoFunding received for FY08 was adequate to meet the needs of the North Carolina Army National Guard. However, limitations and restrictions in base support funds were challenging. Approximately 20% of the state’s units were mobilized when the fiscal year began, with most returning throughout the year. National Guard appropriations for personnel and operations and maintenance were resourced at $111,290,700 and $151,919,992 respectively. This level of funding allowed the NCARNG to fully execute its training plans, send Soldiers to required schools, fund tuition-assistance programs, and meet the extensive needs to support the additional funding requirements of the 30th Heavy Brigade Combat Team, scheduled for mobilization in early 2009.

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For more information about the North Carolina Army National Guard go to: http://www.nc.ngb.army.mil/