Welcome to the Missouri National Guard Association
The Missouri National Guard Association (or, MoNGA) was established in 1947 for the purpose of providing united representation for all Army and Air National Guard members of the State of Missouri (enlisted and officer personnel and Guard retirees). As the Association represents all Guardsmen and Guard retirees, MoNGA is better heard by the Missouri General Assembly, the US Congress, and other policy makers.
Simply stated, the mission of MoNGA is to improve the quality of life for all Guardsmen, retirees, and their families while ever-seeking to improve the readiness and capabilities of the Missouri National Guard in fulfilling its state and federal responsibilities.
The Missouri National Guard Association is officially designated as a not-for-profit, 501(c)(19) Missouri-based corporation. Offices of MoNGA are located at Missouri National Guard headquarters, the Ike Skelton Training Center, Jefferson City, Missouri.
The current President of the Association is LTC Charles D. Hausman, Missouri Army National Guard. The Executive Director of the Missouri National Guard Association is Dr. Joel D. Denney.
2016 NGAUS Conference . . .
Register Now . . .
Registration is now "open" for the 138th NGAUS General Conference and Exhibition set for 9-12 September in Baltimore, Maryland. To register, complete the NGAUS State Attendee Registration Form and return the form (via email or US mail) to the offices of the Missouri National Guard Association (MoNGA). To view, print, and/or download the form, "click" here. The form will be emailed to persons upon request to Dr. Joel Denney, MoNGA Executive Director. A complete listing of conference events is available by "clicking" here.
For 2016, the fee for attending the NGAUS Conference is $165 for NGAUS members and $165 for spouses/guests--payment can be made when completing the registration form by personal check or credit/debit card. Additional fee charges apply for the conference motorcycle rally, golf tournament, and retired/separated luncheon--there is no conference fun run in 2016.
A limited number of lodging rooms for persons in the Missouri delegation to the conference are available at the Renaissance Harbor Place Hotel (telephone: 410-547-1200), a Marriott property--the official hotel for Missouri during the conference. The special lodging rate for the NGAUS Conference at the Renaissance Harbor Place Hotel is $158 per night, plus applicable taxes--15.5%. The daily rate for self-parking at the hotel is $30.
Lodging rooms at the Renaissance Harbor Place Hotel will be provided on a "first received registration form" basis--again, only a limited number of rooms are available. Persons desiring to lodge at the Renaissance Harbor Place Hotel during the conference should register for the event as soon as possible.
Questions about the 138th NGAUS General Conference and Exhibition can be directed to Dr. Denney.
2016 MoNGA Membership: See the Dues Schedule,
Pay Online, or Pay by US Mail
For Annual members of the Missouri National Guard Association, it's time to re-invest in the total Guard experience and remit dues to MoNGA for the 2016 member year. Dues paid for 2016 any time after 1 October 2015 will keep a member "dues current" until 1 January 2017.
See the 2016 Dues Schedule by clicking here. Dues for individuals desiring Associate or Retired level membership are also noted on the schedule. Membership dues can be paid via US mail or online.
To pay dues by mail, complete the Pay-by-Mail Membership Form and send the completed form with the appropriate dues payment (that matches rank/pay grade) to: Missouri National Guard Association, Missouri National Guard Headquarters, 2302 Militia Drive, Jefferson City, Missouri 65101-1203. To print a copy of the Pay-by-Mail Membership Form, click here.
To pay dues online, click ONLINE. This is the preferred method by MoNGA for the payment of dues and better assures that a paying member will receive information about MoNGA events and MoNGA news. Credit card transactions are easy through MoNGA's safe, secure payment gateway. To pay dues online, remember that persons must first register on the MoNGA web site (if not registered, already). After one registers on the MoNGA web site, it is important to keep profile information (especially one's email address) up-to-date.
For email responses to questions about MoNGA dues, including questions about Corporate membership, click here.