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ASSOCIATION NEWS 2011 State Membership Strengths & Revenue* State 2011 2011 Strength Total Active Active Annual Active Strength Objective Members Members Life Members 508 1,047 1,243 1,213 198 157 939 1,431 497 928 988 1,368 1,087 477 1,068 410 718 1,087 925 359 527 838 1,658 929 1,333 1,276 970 533 474 1,780 117 837 915 631 2,033 1,184 1,343 905 980 406 482 982 2,361 1,535 596 688 1,193 580 445 668 2,117 1,515 2,587 1,367 53,433 656 1,308 1,374 1,312 214 165 971 1,477 508 944 998 1,378 1,091 478 1,068 410 720 976 740 276 402 595 1,107 589 750 715 513 279 238 881 57 402 430 294 945 536 584 364 394 149 167 333 598 344 115 124 214 100 72 100 305 215 253 125 30,642 462 861 1256 979 188 129 539 1,466 239 811 987 1,230 877 458 567 233 460 711 726 221 31 552 1,091 237 621 577 292 105 178 822 0 303 419 174 883 434 286 300 297 132 150 300 529 306 29 111 142 55 20 22 162 55 92 0 23,107 194 447 118 333 26 36 432 11 269 133 13 148 214 20 501 177 260 266 14 55 371 43 16 352 129 138 221 174 60 59 57 99 11 120 62 102 298 64 97 17 17 33 69 38 86 13 72 45 52 78 143 160 161 125 7,535 2010 Strength 121% 133% 111% 125% 109% 98% 105% 107% 101% 102% 103% 104% 106% 103% 101% 100% 100% 94% 63% 68% 79% 85% 56% 72% 52% 42% 67% 58% 71% 91% 57% 70% 66% 68% 58% 43% 55% 46% 53% 27% 28% 47% 19% 15% 21% 33% 21% 34% 13% 18% 23% 24% 13% 41% 63% Collected 2011 Dues $23,709 $43,629 $65,713 $53,010 $11,583 $7,218 $26,749 $85,706 $11,969 $41,216 $52,160 $66,555 $47,478 $25,991 $32,664 $13,861 $25,281 $39,862 $37,338 $10,445 $1,934 $32,372 $57,087 $15,950 $17,225 $36,242 $9,950 $3,038 $11,009 $47,143 $0 $19,017 $22,354 $9,456 $54,897 $17,893 $17,119 $19,743 $20,077 $6,449 $9,021 $19,040 $14,788 $11,799 $1,840 $7,462 $10,197 $3,574 $863 $1,213 $11,778 $3,857 $7,102 $0 $1,243,626 South Dakota 129% Wisconsin 125% Georgia 111% North Carolina 108% Vermont 108% Guam 105% Kansas 103% Tennessee 103% North Dakota 102% Utah 102% Louisiana 101% Mississippi 101% Iowa 100% New Mexico 100% Arkansas 100% Delaware 100% Hawaii 100% Oklahoma 90% Massachusetts 80% New Hampshire 77% Nevada 76% Oregon 71% Alabama 67% Kentucky 63% Minnesota 56% South Carolina 56% Maryland 53% District of Columbia 52% Montana 50% Ohio 49% Virgin Islands 49% West Virginia 48% New Jersey 47% Nebraska 47% Pennsylvania 46% Virginia 45% Indiana 43% Colorado 40% Michigan 40% Maine 37% Rhode Island 35% Arizona 34% California 25% Florida 22% Connecticut 19% Puerto Rico 18% Washington 18% Idaho 17% Wyoming 16% Alaska 15% New York 14% Illinois 14% Texas 10% Missouri 9% Total 57% Task Forces Set to Meet At NGAUS Conference All 13 NGAUS task forces will meet this month at the 133rd General Con-ference in Milwaukee. The schedule is included on the of-ficial conference Schedule of Events at www.ngaus.org/milwaukee. Task force members are subject-matter experts who work closely with the NGAUS legislative staff throughout the resolutions cycle, which provides the association’s action plan. Two task forces met last month. The Combat Support and Combat Service Support task force met July 14 at the campus of Army Combined Arms Sup-port Command at Fort Lee, Va. Participants received briefings from National Guard Bureau officials, indus-try partners and staff from CASCOM. Also, Annie Lively, the NGAUS Army legislative assistant, provided a legislative briefing and update on the NGAUS resolutions process. The Fire Support and Air Defense Artillery task force met July 21 at the National Guard Memorial, the associa-tion headquarters in Washington, D.C. A highlight was the induction of Maj. Gen. Raymond W. Carpenter, the acting director of the Army National Guard, into the Order of Saint Barbara. Named after the patron saint of artil-lerymen, the order is an honor society for members of the Army and Marine Corps to recognize excellence in field artillery and air defense artillery . Board Selects New Secretary, 2016 General Conference Site The NGAUS board of directors se-lected Col. Murray Hansen of Georgia to serve as the board’s new secretary. He will complete the unexpired term of Col. Al Faber, who left the board after retiring from the Ohio Army National Guard. Hansen former-ly served as the Air representative from NGAUS Area III. The board also selected Baltimore to host the 138th General Conference and Exhibition in 2016. NOTE: Strength percentages are determined by adding each state and territory’s active annual and active life members and dividing that figure by their officer strength. Retired members do not count toward active membership strengths. *As of June 30, 2011. **Includes 286 nonaffiliated members. 114 | Na tional Guard

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2011 State Membership Strengths & Revenue*<br /> State2011 Strength2011 Strength ObjectiveTotal Active MembersActive Annual MembersActive Life Members2010 StrengthCollected 2011 Dues<br /> South Dakota129%508656462194121%$23,709<br /> Wisconsin125%1,0471,308861447133%$43,629<br /> Georgia111%1,2431,3741256118111%$65,713<br /> North Carolina108%1,2131,312979333125%$53,010<br /> Vermont108%19821418826109%$11,583<br /> Guam105%1571651293698%$7,218<br /> Kansas103%939971539432105%$26,749<br /> Tennessee103%1,4311,4771,46611107%$85,706<br /> North Dakota102%497508239269101%$11,969<br /> Utah102%928944811133102%$41,216<br /> Louisiana101%98899898713103%$52,160<br /> Mississippi101%1,3681,3781,230148104%$66,555<br /> Iowa100%1,0871,091877214106%$47,478<br /> New Mexico100%47747845820103%$25,991<br /> Arkansas100%1,0681,068567501101%$32,664<br /> Delaware100%410410233177100%$13,861<br /> Hawaii100%718720460260100%$25,281<br /> Oklahoma90%1,08797671126694%$39,862<br /> Massachusetts80%9257407261463%$37,338<br /> New Hampshire77%3592762215568%$10,445<br /> Nevada76%5274023137179%$1,934<br /> Oregon71%8385955524385%$32,372<br /> Alabama67%1,6581,1071,0911656%$57,087<br /> Kentucky63%92958923735272%$15,950<br /> Minnesota56%1,33375062112952%$17,225<br /> South Carolina56%1,27671557713842%$36,242<br /> Maryland53%97051329222167%$9,950<br /> District of Columbia52%53327910517458%$3,038<br /> Montana50%4742381786071%$11,009<br /> Ohio49%1,7808818225991%$47,143<br /> Virgin Islands49%1175705757%$0<br /> West Virginia48%8374023039970%$19,017<br /> New Jersey47%9154304191166%$22,354<br /> Nebraska47%63129417412068%$9,456<br /> Pennsylvania46%2,0339458836258%$54,897<br /> Virginia45%1,18453643410243%$17,893<br /> Indiana43%1,34358428629855%$17,119<br /> Colorado40%9053643006446%$19,743<br /> Michigan40%9803942979753%$20,077<br /> Maine37%4061491321727%$6,449<br /> Rhode Island35%4821671501728%$9,021<br /> Arizona34%9823333003347%$19,040<br /> California25%2,3615985296919%$14,788<br /> Florida22%1,5353443063815%$11,799<br /> Connecticut19%596115298621%$1,840<br /> Puerto Rico18%6881241111333%$7,462<br /> Washington18%1,1932141427221%$10,197<br /> Idaho17%580100554534%$3,574<br /> Wyoming16%44572205213%$863<br /> Alaska15%668100227818%$1,213<br /> New York14%2,11730516214323%$11,778<br /> Illinois14%1,5152155516024%$3,857<br /> Texas10%2,5872539216113%$7,102<br /> Missouri9%1,367125012541%$0<br /> Total57%53,43330,64223,1077,53563%$1,243,626<br /> <br /> NOTE: Strength percentages are determined by adding each state and territory’s active annual and active life members and dividing that figure by their o3cer strength. Retired members do not count toward active membership strengths.<br /> <br /> *As of June 30, 2011.<br /> <br /> **Includes 286 nona3liated members.<br /> <br /> --------------------------------------------------------------------------------<br /> <br /> Task Forces Set to Meet At NGAUS Conference<br /> <br /> All 13 NGAUS task forces will meet this month at the 133rd General Conference in Milwaukee.<br /> <br /> The schedule is included on the official conference Schedule of Events at www.ngaus.org/milwaukee.<br /> <br /> Task force members are subjectmatter experts who work closely with the NGAUS legislative staff throughout the resolutions cycle, which provides the association's action plan.<br /> <br /> Two task forces met last month. The Combat Support and Combat Service Support task force met July 14 at the campus of Army Combined Arms Support Command at Fort Lee, Va.<br /> <br /> Participants received briefings from National Guard Bureau officials, industry partners and staff from CASCOM.<br /> <br /> Also, Annie Lively, the NGAUS Army legislative assistant, provided a legislative briefing and update on the NGAUS resolutions process.<br /> <br /> The Fire Support and Air Defense Artillery task force met July 21 at the National Guard Memorial, the association headquarters in Washington, D.C.<br /> <br /> A highlight was the induction of Maj. Gen. Raymond W. Carpenter, the acting director of the Army National Guard, into the Order of Saint Barbara.<br /> <br /> Named after the patron saint of artillerymen, the order is an honor society for members of the Army and Marine Corps to recognize excellence in field artillery and air defense artillery.<br /> <br /> --------------------------------------------------------------------------------<br /> <br /> Board Selects New Secretary, 2016 General Conference Site<br /> <br /> The NGAUS board of directors selected Col. Murray Hansen of Georgia to serve as the board's new secretary.<br /> <br /> He will complete the unexpired term of Col. Al Faber, who left the board after retiring from the Ohio Army National Guard. Hansen formerly served as the Air representative from NGAUS Area III.<br /> <br /> The board also selected Baltimore to host the 138th General Conference and Exhibition in 2016. <br />

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