Tabletop looks at how state responds to cybersecurity threats
02.09.18 — Discussion focuses on how cybersecurity awareness can be strengthened in Washington state Read More »
Washington National Guard unit returns from deployment
01.23.18 — After six-months in Southwest Asia, more than 30 airmen from the 242d Combat Communications Squadron (CBCS) are scheduled to arrive home this evening. Read More »
10th Civil Support Team Trains for Future Disasters
01.23.18 — The 10th Civil Support Team is ready to go at a moments notice. for any emergency. Read More »
Army National Guardsman transforms himself
In February Spc. Joshua Medford found himself at a crossroads. He's spent the last 16 years doing what he loves to do.... Read More »
Welcome to the Washington State Guard
The Washington State Guard is an all-volunteer unit organized under the Military Department of the State of Washington. Its members come from all walks of life. They normally serve without remuneration and meet monthly, or more often as needed, within organized units stationed at strategic locations throughout the State.
The mission of the Washington State Guard is to provide organized units that are equipped and trained in the protection of life or property and the preservation of peace, order and public safety under competent orders of State authorities.
The Washington State Guard serves at the direction of the state’s Adjutant General. It is always ready to provide trained personnel to support civil government authority, provide for the protection and preservation of life or property during natural or manmade disasters or civil emergencies, and rapidly and effectively respond to search, rescue, or recovery operations. Additionally, the members of the Washington State Guard effectively execute State Homeland Defense missions and participate as active members and contributing citizens of our local communities.