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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

139th Regiment

 

 

 

 

 

HelicopterIn FY 2010 the North Carolina Army National Guard (NCARNG) continued mobilizing units throughout the year. We simultaneously redeployed most of the 4000 Soldiers that mobilized the previous fiscal year. During the first and second quarter, the NCARNG hosted Yellow Ribbon Reintegration Program events for over 3500 Soldiers from the 30th HBCT, and the 1-130th Attack Reconnaissance Battalion (Apache), contracting hundreds of rooms and meals across multiple venues to support this important Army program.

 

Although not as busy with mobilizations as FY 2009, there were over 500 Soldiers deployed at any given time throughout the third and fourth quarter of FY 2010.  The largest units of the NCARNG still conducting federal missions at the end of FY 2010 are: the 105th Engineer Battalion Headquarters and its Forward Support Companies, which are conducting command and control operations of other states’ ARNG engineer route clearance units in Afghanistan, and the 105th Military Police Battalion Headquarters is working alongside Iraqi prison security personnel as they hand over responsibility of the largest civilian prison in the Baghdad area. At the end of the fiscal year NC had 593 Soldiers on federal duty out of an end-strength of 10,298.  Additionally, the NCARNG continued its commitment to support North Carolina’s civil authorities, responding to snow storms in the mountains and flooding at the coast as the fiscal year came to a close. The NCNG Rapid Reaction Force (RRF) exercised an installation support plan with one of North Carolina’s largest Airports, Raleigh Durham International, working closely with numerous civilian agencies for several months.

 

The North Carolina Army National Guard family programs continued to support the families of Soldiers by operating federally-funded Family Assistance Centers (FAC) and continued to operate store front locations to better serve military families. Suicide Prevention and counseling services increased their presence this year adding a crucial benefit to Soldiers and their families.

 

 

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Colonel Carl Nagel III

USPFO

4201 Reedy Creek Rd.

Raleigh, NC 27607-6412

Phone: 919-664-6200 • Fax: 919-664-6579

 

 

 

Military Pay and Allowances

Civilian Payroll

Goods and Services

Military Construction

Total Economic Impact

$ 261,632,270

$ 95,163,054

$ 98,340,342

$ 28,650,640

$ 483,786,306

 

Economic impact multiplier of 1.84 has been applied.

 

 

Soldier_on_helicopter_skidFY10 funding received from the National Guard Bureau met the needs of the North Carolina Army National Guard (NCARNG). National Guard appropriations for military personnel, and operations and maintenance accounts were resourced at $84,476,860 and $112,985,092, respectively. This level of funding allowed the NCARNG to fully execute its training plans to include: sending Soldiers to required training and schools, fund tuition-assistance programs, support the additional funding requirements of deploying and re-deploying units; and cover the necessary full-time manning and operating costs.  Military Construction appropriations of $4,164,781 were received and fully executed.  Approximately 40% of the NCARNG personnel, mostly from the 30th Heavy Brigade Combat Team, were mobilized and deployed at the start of this fiscal year, and approximately 6% of the NCARNG personnel were mobilized and deployed at the close of this fiscal year. 

 

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