Black History Month is an annual observance when the achievements by African Americans are recognized and celebrated. For nearly 160 years, African American soldiers and airmen have played a pivotal role in the Washington National Guard, in both combat overseas and at home in our state. read more

Work for Warriors (formerly Employment Transition Services) enhances the well-being of National Guard, Reservists, Veterans, Active Duty and their Families by mitigating unemployment and under-employment that negatively impacts their lives. read more

100 Washington National Guard personnel sent to help across the state read more

The Military In Lasting Tribute memorial honors military heroes who died serving our nation. read more

Through fun games and activities, this workshop guides military-connected teens ages 13-17 through important issues that come up during stressful times. Teens will learn and practice unique ways to help one another thrive, even when things get tough. read more