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Wisconsin
National Guard

FOR COMMUNITY, FOR COUNTRY! The Wisconsin Army National Guard was established on March 5th, 1837. The Wisconsin Army National Guard is made up of approximately 7,700 Soldiers. Our Soldiers live in Wisconsin by their family and friends. They also work civilian jobs and go to college full time. Guard Soldiers conduct training one weekend a month and a two-week annual training once each year. The Wisconsin Army National Guard responds to national emergencies as well as local Wisconsin community emergencies such as natural disasters. You will receive military job training, paycheck, educational benefits (100% COLLEGE TUITION), and much more. Joining our team means that you will be a part of long and proud lineage and have the honor of serving your community and your country.

Benefits

Armories and Recruiting Stations

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Brigades

  • 32nd Infantry Brigade Combat Team
  • 64th Troop Command
  • 157th Maneuver Enhancement Brigade
  • 426th Regiment Regional Training Institute

State Education Benefits

100% tuition reimbursement

Up to UW Madison semester rate ($5,266); Enlisted or warrant officer without a bachelors degree; payment only for out of pocket tuition cost (no fees). Must achieve a 2.0 GPA for the semester, cannot exceed 8 full time semesters or equivalent. Must be a member of the WING on end date of course to be reimburse

Wisconsin G.I. Bill is a tuition remission program

This benefit is a tuition remission program for eligible Wisconsin Veterans who are attending public institutions of higher education in Wisconsin. The WI G.I. Bill provides tuition remission benefits of 128 credits or 8 semester, whichever is longer. Must be used at a University of Wisconsin institution or Wisconsin technical colleges.

Education Services Office

Am I eligible?
What are the benefits?
How do I join?

Get Started

  • Fill out this form and a Guard recruiter will contact you to answer all of your questions.
  • Get the conversation started, with no obligations on your part.

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