North Carolina Army National Guard
|North Carolina Army National Guard|
NCARNG Element, JFHQ Shoulder Sleeve Insignia
|Branch||Army National Guard|
|Part of||North Carolina National Guard|
|Headquarters||Raleigh, North Carolina|
|Commander in Chief||Patrick McCrory|
|Adjutant General||Gregory Lusk|
|NCARNG Element, JFHQ Distinctive Unit Insignia||100px|
The North Carolina Army National Guard is North Carolina's principle military force. The force is equipped by the federal government and jointly maintained subject to the call of either. The professional head of the North Carolina Army National Guard is the Adjutant General.
Direct reporting units
The North Carolina Army National Guard is organized into six major commands. The units come under supervision of the Adjutant General in time of peace, and automatically become part of his command when they are first ordered into active the active military service of the United States in case of emergency:
60th Troop Command
Regiments of the North Carolina Army National Guard are listed in order of precedence according to the U.S. Army Regimental System -- Army National Guard where seniority does not always bring priority:
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- Official website
- North Carolina Army National Guard on Facebook
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- Unit Designations in the Army Modular Force, accessed 23 Nov 2006