Major General Kenny C. Montoya


47 Bataan Blvd.

Santa Fe, NM 87505-4695

Phone: 505-474-1202 Fax: 505-474-1355










Joint Forces Headquarters, NMNG

111th Maneuver Enhancement Brigade

93rd Troop Command

515th Regional Training Institute

Joint Task Force Guardian

Joint Task Force Zia






Range_TrainingThe past year has provided our 3,000 soldiers great challenges and great achievements. We are extremely proud of our returning warriors. The redeployments of the 515th CSSB, 720th TRANS CO, 1115th TRANS CO, 920th EN CO and 44th OSD resulted in the first time, since 2003, that the New Mexico Army National Guard has had all units out of combat zones.


Accomplishments included ranking in the top 15 NGB Ammo expenditure, 94% DMOSQ Rate,

2027 ATRRS school graduations and the 515th Regional Training Institute being awarded WLC. Operational activities in New Mexico have included being the first state to have soldiers

augmenting Border Patrol along the Southwest Border, first to provide Air MEDEVAC to the Southwest Border, 14 Air Search and Rescue missions and 4 Air MEDEVAC missions. State Partnership Program activities were highlighted by NM Counter Drug Program training Costa

Rican Police and implementing the first Drug Demand Reduction program in the region. Looking towards future deployments, 466 soldiers completed mission tailored PTAE training for our upcoming KFOR-14 rotation.


The New Mexico Army National Guard has and will continue to be a flexible, viable and relevant force prepared to defend the nation and provided assistance to our citizens in times of crisis.








Colonel Jose R. Rael


47 Bataan Blvd.

Santa Fe, NM 87508-4695

Phone: 505-474-1300 Fax: 505-474-1851




Military Pay and Allowances

Civilian Payroll

Goods and Services

Military Construction

Total Economic Impact

$ 116,129,495

$ 33,925,874

$ 37,041,404

$ 59,925,120

$ 247,021,893


Economic impact multiplier of 1.84 has been applied.



Physical_TrainingThe New Mexico Army National Guard (NMARNG) received adequate budget authority to support operations, training and deployments in FY10. NMARNG leadership focused resources on improving readiness, specifically in units scheduled for demanding OCONUS deployments and border support operations. The NMARNG attained a quality, 99% obligation rate in both Appropriation 2060 and 2065. Continued communication and coordination with NGB-ARC and NGB Financial Services resulted in successful soldier support and financial management operations throughout the fiscal year.


For more information about the New Mexico Army National Guard go to https://www.nm.ngb.army.mil/