Major General Jose S. Mayorga


PO Box 5218

Austin, TX 78763-5218

Phone: 512-782-5006 Fax: 512-782-5578








Joint Forces Headquarters

36th Infantry Division

Standing Joint Interagency Task Force (SJIATF)

176th Engineer Brigade

71st Theatre Information Operations Group (TIOG)

Recruiting and Retention Battalion

Texas Medical Command

136th Regional Training Institute

Training Centers Command





Air_Assault_TrainingThe Texas Army National Guard (TXARNG) has operated at a high operational tempo during all of FY2010. This past year saw the deployment of nearly 5,000 Texas Guardsmen in support of major operations, which include Iraqi Freedom, Enduring Freedom, New Dawn and unique operations such as Haitian earthquake support, Afghanistan Agricultural Development teams and Southwest Border Support for the US Customs and Border Patrol (DHS).


Units mobilized included the 72nd Infantry Brigade Combat Team, the 36th Sustainment Brigade, HQ 36th Infantry Division, the 1836th Transportation Company, elements of Engineer Brigade, 136th Military Police Battalion, Agriculture Development Teams 3 & 4, and several Red Teams.


The TXARNG provide significant defense support to civil authorities (DSCA), this year responding to flooding caused by Hurricane Alex throughout South Texas from Brownsville to Laredo. In addition, numerous range fires were attacked by the Texas Guard in support of Central Texas firefighters, as were last winters severe snow and ice storms in North Texas. The Texas Guard provided assistance in aviation, medical, logistics, transportation, engineering and communications missions. This past year also saw the Joint Counter Drug Task Force's Texas Challenge Academy graduate over 160 "at risk" teams. The Texas Army National Guard is poised again for FY2011 to support the state and nation with over 19,000 trained and ready Soldiers.








Colonel Jeffrey L. Lewis


PO Box 5218

Austin, TX 78763-5218

Phone: 512-782-5186 Fax: 512-782-5108




Military Pay and Allowances

Civilian Payroll

Goods and Services

Military Construction

Total Economic Impact

$ 534,424,257

$ 156,686,135

$ 275,680,620

$ 239,498,080

$ 1,206,289,092


Economic impact multiplier of 1.84 has been applied.



_0013_TX2FY10 funding was adequate to support the Texas Army National Guard units in their training and mobilization efforts. Through the effective use of financial resources available, the TXARNG met its established priorities and continued to support a high level of unit readiness. Through the use of contract employees and temporary help, the Texas USPFO continued to support the mobilization and pre-mobilization activities of the Texas Military Forces for deployments outside the continental United States to support the Global War on Terrorism. Throughout it all, both State and Federal missions were supported and met in executing homeland security taskings.


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