NGB Forms and pubs issued by the U.S. National Guard Bureau are specific to the Army National Guard and Air National Guard as dictated by the National Guard Service and are used for tracking and other administrative purposes within the agency. Most National Guard Bureau publications approved for release can be found by browsing the links below. Check in regularly for up-to-date issuances of all new and superseded forms and listings.
While all of the provided forms are unclassified and approved for public release, there may be certain restrictions as to who can file and submit some of the National Guard forms provided for download below. Read all of the necessary rules and restrictions before filing.
Army National Guard
The United States National Guard is a reserve military force within the reserve component of the United States Armed Forces composed of National Guard members of each of the 54 states and territories of the U.S.A. The ARNG is the main issuing body for all Army National Guard forms and National Guard publications.
The Guard was founded in 1636 as an organized citizen force and is now a vital element of the military. The ARNG is a versatile force of citizen-soldiers that can respond to domestic and overseas emergencies with strength speed and efficiency. The National Guard serves both the community and the country with soldiers always ready to defend America and maintaining their military training while attending civilian colleges and jobs. Soldiers are required to attend monthly scheduled drills and two-week yearly training courses as part of their service.
This is a National Guard legal document that must be completed by an individual who wishes to obtain a position of an active guard/reserve.