National Guard Association of North Dakota
We are a professional association of Soldiers and Airmen of the North Dakota Army and Air National Guard (current and retired). We are your friends and neighbors serving North Dakota and the United States of America.
Our purpose: To educate, advocate and promote the well being of our state and nation. Now and forever – We are the Guard!
2023 Roughrider Annual Conference
Register for the 2023 Roughrider Conference – March 17th and 18th, 2023 at the Radisson Hotel in Bismarck, ND
Now accepting Officer of the Year nominations for 2022. Categories include Field Grade Officer, Company Grade Officer, and Warrant Officer.
Closeout for nominations is 30 January 2023
Renew your membership or join our member-based organization made up of active and retired Army and Air National Guard Members.
2023 Membership Drive – January through June 2023.
The North Dakota National Guard Enlisted Association and National Guard Association of North Dakota have established a Rough Rider Society Scholarship Program.
Deadline to apply is 1 February 2023
NGAND reaches 100% Membership Status
The National Guard Association of North Dakota reaches 100% Membership Status for 2022! Thank you for your continued support. The 2023 Membership Drive will start on January 1, 2023.
SUPPORT YOUR SOLDIERS AND AIRMEN WITH AN ANNUAL OR LIFETIME MEMBERSHIP
Your professional association draws its strength from a united membership. As a joint voice to the North Dakota legislative delegation in the US Congress; NGAND is best positioned to advocate for improved Guard member benefits. Annual and Life memberships are available to all active, separated and retired commissioned and warrant officers of the National Guard.
Renew your membership or join our member based organization made up of active and retired Army and Air National Guard members.
Partner with the NGAND to support our soldiers and airmen and help maintain the security of our state. We invite any company, firm, organization or corporation to apply for membership in our Roughrider Society.
What happens to the money after you pay your dues?