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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: 
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.

DIV ORDER NO: 2014-08-11

SUBJECT: AUGUST DRILL

1. DRILL LOCATION: Camp Allison Woods- 2106 Turnersburg Highway, Statesville, NC 28625. 

Directions: If coming East or West follow Interstate 40 to Interstate 77 North. If traveling from Charlotte area take 77 north and Exit 54 and turn onto Highway 21 North and travel approximately three miles. After you cross the Yadkin River Bridge the entrance (an unpaved road) will be immediately on your right. Signs to training area will be posted.

2. PURPOSE:
  1. General military training (GMT); 
  2. Search and Rescue Training Brief by Lt Sipes; and 
  3. Begin planning for a 6 JUNE 2015 EVENT at Camp Allison.
Questions -- Email me or call me at home, or call WO1 Wrona @ (704) 559-9049

3. DATE:
Friday until Sunday –15-17 AUGUST. TIME: Formation Saturday 0845.

4. UNIFORM:
ACU, BDU or Khaki .Civilian casual for new members. 

5. EQUIPMENT NEEDED: 
Bring tents, sleeping bag, rain gear and rations if you intend to stay overnight. Bring note taking equipment.

6. SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS: 
Possibility of rain with winds at 5 to 9 MPH. Temperatures will range from the 65 to 85. Expect morning dew, 
rain possibility 20%.

Enter at the south gate. Code will be announced separately. Do not give code to nonmembers. The road is not paved – drive slowly. Meet at the SCOUT CAMP (see map).

7. MEALS AND TRANSPORTATION:
Meals will not be provided. Local restaurants are available within a 15 minute drive [near the 77/21 interchange]. Use personal vehicles (POVs) and share rides where practical. Travel and meal costs are not reimbursable – but may be tax deductible – keep receipts. 

Next Drill: 
3rd weekend of AUG (15-17)

DIST: 
Routine

Jerry Vintinner, Commanding

NCSG Mobilization Petition


A petition to re-mobilize the North Carolina State Militia, and to rename said militia to the "North Carolina State Defense Force"


We the undersigned request the re-establishment of the North Carolina State Militia in accordance with the provisions of North Carolina General Statutes Chapter 127A and Federal Law as found in USC 32, s. 109. We also request that the reformed North Carolina State Militia be renamed to avoid possible misunderstanding.



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About State Defense Forces

As a 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.

States With Active Defense Forces


State defense forces: 
  • army units highlighted in RED
  • naval units in BLUE
  • those with both in GREEN
  • inactive in PURPLE
Puerto Rico is not shown.