During a recent visit to Washington, officers from the Royal Thai Army joined Washington National Guardsmen in a Military Operations Other than War exchange, the Thai version of domestic operations. read more

With more than 16,000 Russian-born citizens in the Puget Sound region alone, law enforcement officers in areas with large Russian populations have sought a new course provided by the Washington National Guard’s Counter Drug Program. read more

After committing themselves to each other, married couple Hunter White and April Talaiga vowed to serve in the Washington National Guard on Oct. 30, 2019. read more

Learning about our nation’s allies is valuable to the United States military. It often provides members the chance to professionally develop, while gaining insight on the doctrine and specializations of other countries, which always is important in building relationships. read more