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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 John P. Martin, Missouri Army National Guard (Presidential term: April 2018-April 2019).  The President Elect of the Association is Brian K. Kirkpatrick, Missouri Army National Guard (Presidential term: April 2019-April 2020).  The Executive Director of the Missouri National Guard Association is Dr. Joel D. Denney.  For a complete list of members of the Board of Directors of the Missouri National Guard Association, click here.

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National Guard Birthday Ball Set for 8 December

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The 10th anniversary National Guard Birthday Ball is set for Saturday, 8 December at Tan-Tar-A Resort Osage Beach, Missouri.  This year's Ball will celebrate the 382nd birthday of the National Guard--the official birthday of the National Guard is recognized as 13 December 1636.

The Birthday Ball is an annual affair to observe the contributions of the National Guard to the Nation and Missouri.  Persons attending the Birthday Ball are members of the Missouri National Guard, including the senior level leadership of the Guard, Guard retirees, their spouses/partners, and guests and supporters of the National Guard from government, business and industry, and higher education.  A number of dignitaries will be in attendance at the Ball.  Remarks will be offered by MG Stephen L. Danner, The Adjutant General, Missouri National Guard, and special recognitions will be made. 

The 2018 National Guard Birthday Ball will commence on 8 December at 5 p.m. with The Adjutant General's receiving line and reception; toasts, dinner, special recognitions, and program will follow at 6 p.m.  The evening will conclude with live dancing and the music of the 135th Army Band of the Missouri National Guard.

Registration for military personnel (all ranks) and non-military personnel and their guests for the 2018 Birthday Ball is $60 per person.  The dinner entree will be sirloin filet with Bordeaux red wine sauce; a vegetarian entree (Eggplant Picatta) is also available.  Attire for the Birthday Ball is Mess Dress/ASU's for military personnel and formal (black tie) for non-military.  (Military members may attend the Birthday Ball in civilian formal attire.)

A special lodging rate of $94 p/night is available from Tan-Tar-A Resort for persons attending the Birthday Ball.  Online reservations can be made at the Tan-Tar-A reservation web site or by telephoning Tan-Tar-A (toll free) at 800-826-8272.  Reservations should be made by 9 November--after that date, there is no guarantee that the special rate will be available.

Inquiries about the 2018 National Guard Birthday Ball should be directed to Dr. Joel D. Denney, Executive Director, Missouri National Guard Association.

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2018 and 2019 MoNGA Membership

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--including paying MoNGA Auxiliary Dues. Annual dues paid any time after 1 October 2018 will keep a member "dues current" until 1 January 2020.  Dues for 2018 (and 2019) are unchanged from the dues schedule for 2017.

See the 2018/2019 MoNGA Dues Schedule by clicking here.  Dues for individuals desiring Associate or Retired level membership are also noted on the schedule.  MoNGA Membership dues can be paid via US mail or online.

To pay MoNGA 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 MoNGA 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.

To pay MoNGA Auxiliary dues, click here.

For email responses to questions about dues, including questions about Corporate membership, click here.

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Calendar

12/8/2018
10th Annual National Guard Birthday Ball

12/13/2018
Missouri National Guard Association Board of Directors Meeting

1/17/2019
Missouri National Guard Association Board of Directors Meeting

2/21/2019
Missouri National Guard Association Board of Directors Meeting

3/21/2019
Missouri National Guard Association Board of Directors Meeting