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National Guard In Fort Wayne




National Guard


Below is a list of businesses listed within our directory which provide National Guard services. If you do not see your business within the list below, you can submit it for addition to this list. Adding your business will feature your listing above Standard listings.

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Business Listing   Indiana State - Air National Guard- Recruiter - Fort Wayne, IN - Phone: (260) 478-3247



Business Listing   Indiana State - Indiana Army National Guard- HQ 1-293D Infantry- OM - Fort Wayne, IN - Phone: (260) 490-1805



Business Listing   Indiana State - Indiana Army National Guard- Hq- BN HQ - Fort Wayne, IN - Phone: (260) 490-0221


Business Listing   National Guard Reserve Training Detachment - Fort Wayne, IN - Phone: (260) 489-2769


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Helpful Definition for: National Guard

National Guard, in Fort Wayne, would mean military force,  police force,  paramilitary force, etc. The primary duty of a National Guard is to guard the nation. The governor of state can activate National Guard troops during emergencies or disaster situations, like hurricanes or terrorist attacks.

 The troops in Fort Wayne respond to emergencies, and go for fighting missions as well as reconstruction missions which require immense speed, energy and efficiency. National Guard troops in Fort Wayne should always be ready to face any crisis situation and handle it expertly .








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