Army National Guard


Army National Guard is listed in the Armed Forces category in Marietta, Georgia. Displayed below are the social networks for Army National Guard which include a Facebook page, a Google Plus page, a Instagram account, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Army National Guard on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 93.

Contact information for Army National Guard is:
631 N Marietta Pkwy NE
Marietta, GA 30060
(770) 528-3192
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Social Posts for Army National Guard

As a Guard #Soldier you will use and learn about the #M240B, the principle weapon of any #infantry unit. Looking to…

As a Guard Soldier you will use and learn everything there is to know about the M240, the principle weapon of any infantry unit. If you want to get involved, our Soldiers are here to answer your questions.

Civil Support Team Soldiers investigate a bio lab during a hazardous materials exercise at Waverly Hills Sanatorium, allegedly one of the most haunted places on Earth. If you're interested in STEM, the Guard has plenty of careers to explore:

#Soldiers investigate a lab during a #hazmat exercise. Curious about #STEM? See what the #NationalGuard offers:…

RT @SD_Guard: The @SD_Guard FSC, 153rd En Bn, recently engaged in a partnership opportunity with the Kuwaiti National Guard on welding oper…

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As MOS 35P: Cryptologic Linguist, you use your foreign language skills to protect our nation's #freedom. Learn more…

As MOS 35P: Cryptologic Linguist, you'll combine your foreign language skills with technology to protect our nation's freedom. If you know a foreign language, your service is needed. See what else you'll be doing:

National Guard with New York Army National Guard and Missouri National Guard.
Did you know? President Roosevelt served in the New York National Guard and President Truman served in the Missouri National Guard. Nearly half of the Presidents have served in some capacity--state militias or the Guard.

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