North Carolina State Guard Association

North Carolina State Guard Association The North Carolina State Guard Association is an unarmed – all-volunteer – service organization dedicated to assisting our fellow citizens during emergency situations or natural disasters.

We are registered with North Carolina and the Federal Internal Revenue Service as a non-profit 501 (c) (3) organization. No salaries are paid to leaders or members of the NC State Guard. Members purchase their own uniforms and equipment. All donated monies are used for the purchase of unit equipment or training. We take a solemn oath to support our National and State elected leadership, defend the US Constitution, and abide by the following regulations: Title 32 of the United States Code section 109, North Carolina Code section 127A, National Guard Bureau Reg 10-4 and standard military practice. We also pledge to serve when called upon by the Governor in the NC State Defense Militia. We do not discriminate as to race, sex, religion, national origin, age, sexual orientation, or physical disability. All promotions are earned through training and merit and are based on the needs of our organization.

We are registered with North Carolina and the Federal Internal Revenue Service as a non-profit 501 (c) (3) organization. No salaries are paid to leaders or members of the NC State Guard. Members purchase their own uniforms and equipment. All donated monies are used for the purchase of unit equipment or training. We take a solemn oath to support our National and State elected leadership, defend the US Constitution, and abide by the following regulations: Title 32 of the United States Code section 109, North Carolina Code section 127A, National Guard Bureau Reg 10-4 and standard military practice. We also pledge to serve when called upon by the Governor in the NC State Defense Militia. We do not discriminate as to race, sex, religion, national origin, age, sexual orientation, or physical disability. All promotions are earned through training and merit and are based on the needs of our organization.

Mission: Our mission is to provide a trained force capable of assisting our local and state government organizations in an emergency.

Operating as usual

08/17/2020

If you wish to have more information please contact Col R Reiser at [email protected].

06/19/2020
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03/10/2020

We will resume our drill/meetings on 21 March 2020 at 0900, Allison Woods. We will meet The third (3) weekend of each month (mission aside). For more information please write to [email protected].

01/15/2020

If you want more information please contact us at [email protected]. Thank you.

01/08/2020

you can contact us for more information at [email protected] or 704-338-2618.

11/24/2019

The NCSGA will be standing down until February 2020 due to the holidays and weather. For more information contact Col R. Reiser at [email protected]. Have a great Thanksgiving and Christmas/New Year.

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11/21/2019
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11/07/2019

Our next drill/meeting will be at Allison Woods on 15 November 2019, 0900hr. For more information contact me at [email protected].
Col R. Reiser

07/14/2019

For more information contact:
Col R. Reiser
704-338-2618 or [email protected].

04/01/2019

We are looking for volunteers to help us grow. If you want to help your neighbors in times of natural disasters then this is the group for you. We train at Allison Woods which has 1000 acres with lakes and woods. The phone number that is listed has been changed (I am working with face book to get it changed) is now 704-338-2618 or contact us at [email protected]. We welcome one and all.
Col. Robert Reiser.

12/19/2018

Our next drill/meeting will be the third (3) weekend of February 2019 at Alliso Woods 0900.
For more information contact Col. Robert Reiser at [email protected].

12/14/2018

We are standing down until after the holidays due to members traveling. Our next meeting will be the third weekend in February. MERRY CHRISTMAS and HAPPY NEW YEAR. Please stay safe.

11/12/2018

For more information please contact:
Col R. Reiser
704-338-2618 or [email protected]

10/09/2018

Looking for volunteers who want to make a difference and help your friends and neighbors in times of need. Weather it may be a lost person or a storm to any other disaster that may put our great state in need of help.
We need your help so we can help others.
You can contact us at:
Col R. Reiser
704-338-2618 or [email protected]

08/10/2018

If you wish to contact us call 704-338-2618.

Way to go SCSG!!!
06/01/2015

Way to go SCSG!!!

A letter from Director Joseph C. Bonnett III, SES of the North American Aerospace Defense Command and United States Northern Command recognizing the S.C. State Guard for their professional work in support of operation VIGILANT GUARD 2015.

Great team work by all!

Fourth generation at West Point!  Way to go Mr Vinson!!!
05/06/2015

Fourth generation at West Point! Way to go Mr Vinson!!!

Congratulations to Ardrey Kell High School senior Christian Vinson on his appointment to West Point! He will be the sixth member of his family, and the fourth generation, to attend West Point, from his great-grandfather in 1914 to his sister, who will graduate in 2017. Christian told me that “My mother emigrated from Latin America, and my grandfather became the first Latino elected to public office in Charlotte. I grew up constantly reminded at every family gathering that our citizenship is a gift, and one that needs to be protected by the American military.” The son of Doug and Adriana Vinson, he lives in south Charlotte.

Anchors Aweigh Mr Thomas!  Best wishes for a successful naval career!
05/04/2015

Anchors Aweigh Mr Thomas! Best wishes for a successful naval career!

Congratulations to South Mecklenburg High School senior Adam Thomas on his appointment to the U.S. Naval Academy! Adam serves as Captain of South Meck’s cross country, swimming, and track teams and looks forward to the rigorous challenges of the Naval Academy. The son of William and Angela Thomas, he lives in south Charlotte.

Anchors aweigh Mr Rushing!  Best of luck at the USNA!
04/29/2015

Anchors aweigh Mr Rushing! Best of luck at the USNA!

Congratulations to Union Academy Charter School senior Jordan Rushing on his appointment to the U.S. Naval Academy! Jordan told me that he wants to help “lead the United States in the fight to establish freedom and human rights for all the people of the world. I have always wanted to make an impact with my life.” Mr. Rushing is the son of Michael and Elizabeth Rushing and lives in Stallings.

Off to the Wild Blue Yonder! Congratulations Mr Pelter!!!
04/23/2015

Off to the Wild Blue Yonder! Congratulations Mr Pelter!!!

Congratulations to David W. Butler High School senior Adam Pelter on his appointment to the United States Air Force Academy! Adam believes that “helping others is the most important thing for us to do in this life, and I feel a strong calling to help the oppressed and live out Isaiah 1:17; ‘Learn to do right; seek justice. Defend the oppressed. Take up the cause of the fatherless; plead the case of the widow.’” Mr. Pelter is the son of Jeffrey and Alicia Pelter and lives in Matthews.

Congratulations Mr Mendelow!
04/17/2015

Congratulations Mr Mendelow!

Congratulations to Charlotte Country Day graduate Cody Mendelow on his appointment to the U.S. Naval Academy! Cody told me, “I was raised to believe in the core values of honor, courage, and commitment and wanted to earn a spot at the Naval Academy since I was three years old.” Mr. Mendelow is the son of David and Greer Mendelow and lives in south Charlotte.

Congratulations Mr. Litton!
04/16/2015

Congratulations Mr. Litton!

Congratulations to Charlotte Catholic High School senior Ben Litton on his appointment to West Point! Ben told me his goal is to “defend the principles upon which this country was founded that preserve our inalienable individual rights of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. I want to protect these principles for Americans and our allies throughout the world, no matter the personal costs.” The son of Robert and Joy Litton, Ben lives in south Charlotte.

Congratulations Ms Horn!  Way to represent Union County!!!
04/14/2015

Congratulations Ms Horn! Way to represent Union County!!!

Congratulations to Kristen Horn on her appointment to West Point! Kristen told me that "the dedication to service, leadership, and moral integrity of the cadets and officers (at West Point) embody the standards I strive to live by and desire to instill in others. They mold young people like me into better leaders for the military and I want to answer that call." Kristen is a graduate of Union Academy Charter School and the daughter of Michelle Horn and lives in Stallings.

Anchors Aweigh Ms Frankenberg!  Best of luck!!
04/09/2015

Anchors Aweigh Ms Frankenberg! Best of luck!!

Congratulations to Sydney Frankenberg on her appointment to the U.S. Naval Academy! Profoundly impacted by 9/11, she remembers “a sense of bewilderment at how there could be people full of such hatred for others . . . and a sense of respect for those who valiantly risked their lives that day to serve their country and help others. Responsibility is and always has been the price of freedom.” Sydney is a senior at Cannon School and the daughter of Brett and Sara Frankenberg and lives in Charlotte.

Aim High Mr Dunn!
04/08/2015

Aim High Mr Dunn!

Congratulations to Jackson Dunn on his recent appointment to the U.S. Air Force Academy! Jackson is a senior at Myers Park High School and began his life in a Russian orphanage, which forced him to develop a strong work ethic, leadership, and teamwork skills at a young age. “The early years of my life were different than most people I know, but for that, I am now thankful.” Mr. Dunn is the son of Kimberly and Bradley Dunn and lives in Charlotte.

Congratulations Mr Brosnan!
04/07/2015

Congratulations Mr Brosnan!

Congratulations to Riley Brosnan on his recent appointment to the United States Naval Academy! Riley told me that "“America allowed my mother and her family to emigrate from Vietnam and start a new future away from that war torn country. Our nation has granted me freedom and opportunity that can best be repaid through a period of military service.” Riley is a senior at Charlotte Catholic High School , the son of John and Kim Brosnan, and lives in Matthews.

Our brothers & sisters to the south would love some support!
04/03/2015

Our brothers & sisters to the south would love some support!

A worthy event for State Guard members and friends of the State Guard to support.

Thee First 175 Mile PTSD River Challenge........

Address

10020 Greenwood Ct.
Charlotte, NC
28215,

General information

As an state militia, we embody the traditions of the citizen militia which has served our country and North Carolina since colonial times. State militias are recognized in Federal Law [32 U.S.C. s.109], but the existence of a state Militia or State Defense Force remains at the discretion of each state government. The North Carolina State Code [Article 127A as amended in June 2011] authorizes the existence of a State Defense Militia. The North Carolina State Guard was officially established on 27 February 1941 when the North Carolina National Guard was mobilized into Federal Service during World War Two. The State Guard actually began organizing in early February with the appointment of officers, and the mustered strength reached a high of 2,128 by 1944. With the return of the National Guard, units began being inactivated in 1946, and the State Guard was completely disbanded by July of 1947. The shoulder patch worn by the original North Carolina State Guard is now worn by our organization. The North Carolina State Defense Militia (SDM) was reactivated by North Carolina Governor James G. Martin in February 1988. Since that time, the NC SDM participated in operations for Hurricane Hugo in 1989 and members filled in for National Guard troops while they were deployed for the Persian Gulf War 1990–91. It also served during coastal storms and an outbreak of tornadoes in King, North Carolina. In 1995 the NC General Assembly passed Joint Resolution 987 to honor the NC SDM for their service to the State. Unfortunately, however, the NC SDM was deactivated in 1996 on order of the NC Adjutant General. This suspension is still in effect. On the Atlantic Coast, hurricane-prone North Carolina is one of a few states now without an organized and funded State Defense Force! It is our hope and aim to have the Governor re-establish the NC SDM.

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(704) 338-2618

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Our next drill/meeting will be at Allison Woods on 19 September, 2020, 0900hr. For more information contact Colonel R. Reiser at [email protected] or message him through Facebook. Visitors welcome!
Taking on new members! Contact us today! [email protected]
Taking on new members! Please contact us for more information! [email protected].
Bet Gov. Cooper wishes he had a state guard like Texas for this upcoming hurricane. Gov. Cooper please reinstate the NORTH CAROLINA STATE GUARD