Major General William D. Wofford


Camp Joseph T. Robinson

North Little Rock, AR 72118-2200

Phone: 501-212-5001 Fax: 501-212-5009










Joint Forces Headquarters

39th Infantry Brigade Combat Team

77th Aviation Brigade

87th Troop Command

142nd Fires Brigade







Agriculture_Development_TeamThe Arkansas Army National Guard began Fiscal Year 2010, by hosting the annual Winston P. Wilson War fighter Sustainment Training Exercise and the annual Armed Forces Skill at Arms Meeting. These exercises promote marksmanship training and provide an opportunity to test marksmanship skills in a battle focused environment.


In November, the 1036th & 1037th Engineer Companies were mobilized in support of Operation Enduring Freedom, to conduct route clearance for ground forces in Afghanistan. The Arkansas Army National Guard also responded to other sustainment operations by mobilizing the states first Agricultural Development Team in February, as well as, training a follow on ADT to relieve in place. In March, the 1-114th Security and Support Battalion was mobilized to Kosovo in support of KFOR-13 operations.


The Arkansas Army National Guard received a notification of sourcing for the 119th Public Affairs Detachment and the 39th Infantry Brigade Combat Team for a possible mobilization to Afghanistan in FY 2012. Preparations for the deployment have commenced to include conducting annual training in TY 2011 at the National Training Center, Fort Irwin, CA.


In September, the Arkansas National Guard hosted the New Madrid Seismic Zone conference in order to meet with other states that would be affected from an earthquake along the New Madrid fault line and refine partnerships to support the region.








Colonel Philip L. Roser


Camp Joseph T. Robinson

North Little Rock, AR 72199-9600

Phone: 501-212-4300 Fax: 501-212-4389




Military Pay and Allowances

Civilian Payroll

Goods and Services

Military Construction

Total Economic Impact







Economic impact multiplier of 1.84 has been applied.



Military ConvoyFY10 was a successful year for the Arkansas Army National Guard. Due to the continuous efforts from the USPFO-AR Comptroller Division and state program managers, program execution increased throughout the year and federal funding was adequate to complete statutory and essential mission requirements. Preparation for the transition to the General Fund Enterprise Business System (GFEBS) in FY 11 is at the forefront of the organization. Readiness and accountability remains the senior leadership's priority in order to provide trained Soldiers and units for the needs of the nation, state, and communities.


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