Choose Appropriate Technology (Example) Document Preview: Training Modules for the National Guard Culminating Signature Project Student’s Name Institution Date Training Modules for the National Guard Culminating Signature Project Introduction The military organization was established in 1636 to defend the United States against attacks at any time. Citizen soldiers of the National Guard have an expansive history of fighting in every major conflict contributing to the great history of America. The National Guard has a dual role that gives the federal government an opportunity to utilize the force as well as the state. Thus each soldier belongs to the National Guard through the state and the U.S Army. When the federal government is not controlling the soldiers they are under the control of the governor who has a right to mobilize them. The governor has the right to call the National Guard to action specifically when emergencies are declared in the state. National Guard soldiers are 39(12) 1395-1401. Parker K. Cilluffo A. & Stepler R. (2017). 6 facts about the U.S. military and its changing demographics. Retrieved from www.pewresearch.org Starr-Glass D. (2013). Experiences with military online learners: Toward a mindful practice. Journal of Online Learning and Teaching 9(3) 353. Statistic Brain Research. (2018). Demographics of Active Duty U.S. Military. Retrieved from www.statisticbrain.com United States Army National Guard. (2018). National Guard. Retrieved from www.nationalguard.com Vest B. M. (2013). Citizen soldier or citizen-soldier? Negotiating identity in the US National Guard. Armed Forces & Society 39(4) 602-627. Veterans Employment Toolkit Handout. (2012). Active Duty vs. Reserve or National Guard. Retrieved from www.va.gov Warr B. J. Scofield D. E. Spiering B. A. & Alvar B. A. (2013). Influence of training frequency on fitness levels and perceived health status in deployed National Guard soldiers. The Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research 27(2) 315-322. Wilcox J. R. (2017). Videoconferencing: the whole picture. Taylor & Francis. […] Order Description: Due March 12, MASTERS LEVEL WRITING/ APA FORMAT 15 PAGES/ References: Include a minimum of 8-10 scholarly resources

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Training Modules for the National Guard Culminating Signature Project Student’s Name Institution Date Training Modules for the National Guard Culminating Signature Project Introduction The military organization was established in 1636 to defend the United States against attacks at any time. Citizen soldiers of the National Guard have an expansive history of fighting in every major conflict contributing to the great history of America. The National Guard has a dual role that gives the federal government an opportunity to utilize the force as well as the state. Thus each soldier belongs to the National Guard through the state and the U.S Army. When the federal government is not controlling the soldiers they are under the control of the governor who has a right to mobilize them. The governor has the right to call the National Guard to action specifically when emergencies are declared in the state. National Guard soldiers are  39(12) 1395-1401. Parker  K. Cilluffo  A. & Stepler  R. (2017). 6 facts about the U.S. military and its changing demographics. Retrieved from www.pewresearch.org Starr-Glass D. (2013). Experiences with military online learners: Toward a mindful practice. Journal of Online Learning and Teaching  9(3) 353. Statistic Brain Research. (2018). Demographics of Active Duty U.S. Military. Retrieved from www.statisticbrain.com United States Army National Guard. (2018). National Guard. Retrieved from www.nationalguard.com Vest B. M. (2013). Citizen soldier or citizen-soldier? Negotiating identity in the US National Guard. Armed Forces & Society  39(4) 602-627. Veterans Employment Toolkit Handout. (2012). Active Duty vs. Reserve or National Guard. Retrieved from www.va.gov Warr B. J. Scofield D. E. Spiering B. A. & Alvar B. A. (2013). Influence of training frequency on fitness levels and perceived health status in deployed National Guard soldiers. The Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research  27(2) 315-322. Wilcox J. R. (2017). Videoconferencing: the whole picture. Taylor & Francis. []

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Training Modules for the National Guard Culminating Signature Project Student’s Name Institution Date Training Modules for the National Guard Culminating Signature Project Introduction The military organization was established in 1636 to defend the United States against attacks at any time. Citizen soldiers of the National Guard have an expansive history of fighting in every major conflict contributing to the great history of America. The National Guard has a dual role that gives the federal government an opportunity to utilize the force as well as the state. Thus each soldier belongs to the National Guard through the state and the U.S Army. When the federal government is not controlling the soldiers they are under the control of the governor who has a right to mobilize them. The governor has the right to call the National Guard to action specifically when emergencies are declared in the state. National Guard soldiers are  39(12) 1395-1401. Parker  K. Cilluffo  A. & Stepler  R. (2017). 6 facts about the U.S. military and its changing demographics. Retrieved from www.pewresearch.org Starr-Glass D. (2013). Experiences with military online learners: Toward a mindful practice. Journal of Online Learning and Teaching  9(3) 353. Statistic Brain Research. (2018). Demographics of Active Duty U.S. Military. Retrieved from www.statisticbrain.com United States Army National Guard. (2018). National Guard. Retrieved from www.nationalguard.com Vest B. M. (2013). Citizen soldier or citizen-soldier? Negotiating identity in the US National Guard. Armed Forces & Society  39(4) 602-627. Veterans Employment Toolkit Handout. (2012). Active Duty vs. Reserve or National Guard. Retrieved from www.va.gov Warr B. J. Scofield D. E. Spiering B. A. & Alvar B. A. (2013). Influence of training frequency on fitness levels and perceived health status in deployed National Guard soldiers. The Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research  27(2) 315-322. Wilcox J. R. (2017). Videoconferencing: the whole picture. Taylor & Francis. []

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