Missouri National Guard

Missouri National Guard

The Missouri National Guard is a force of 11,500 Citizen-Soldiers and Airmen who live in communities all across Missouri. Have any questions? Let us know!
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Missouri Governor Eric Greitens visited Missouri Guardsmen from the 1st Battalion, 138th Infantry Regiment at U.S. Army Fort Leonard Wood this morning. Gov. Greitens, who served as a US Navy SEAL, joined the deploying Soldiers for physical training. The 1-138th is holding departure ceremonies Friday, Jan., 20 and Saturday, Jan. 21, prior to leaving for their final segment of training before departing for a year-long deployment overseas.

Missouri Governor Eric Greitens visited Missouri Guardsmen from the 1st Battalion, 138th Infantry Regiment at U.S. Army Fort Leonard Wood this morning. Gov. Greitens, who served as a US Navy SEAL, joined the deploying Soldiers for physical training. The 1-138th is holding departure ceremonies Friday, Jan., 20 and Saturday, Jan. 21, prior to leaving for their final segment of training before departing for a year-long deployment overseas.

"The 138th Infantry Battalion of Missouri’s National Guard is leaving for the Middle East on Friday. I had the privilege of doing PT with them early this morning, to let them know how grateful we are for their service and how proud their state is of them," said Gov. Eric Greitens.

"The 138th Infantry Battalion of Missouri’s National Guard is leaving for the Middle East on Friday. I had the privilege of doing PT with them early this morning, to let them know how grateful we are for their service and how proud their state is of them," said Gov. Eric Greitens.

Hundreds of family and friends attended departure ceremonies in St. Louis, Kansas City and Boonville on Friday and Saturday January 20-21, 2017 for the Missouri National Guard’s 1st Battalion, 138th Infantry Regiment.

Hundreds of family and friends attended departure ceremonies in St. Louis, Kansas City and Boonville on Friday and Saturday January 20-21, 2017 for the Missouri National Guard’s 1st Battalion, 138th Infantry Regiment.

Hundreds of family and friends attended departure ceremonies in St. Louis, Kansas City and Boonville on Friday and Saturday January 20-21, 2017 for the Missouri National Guard’s 1st Battalion, 138th Infantry Regiment.

Hundreds of family and friends attended departure ceremonies in St. Louis, Kansas City and Boonville on Friday and Saturday January 20-21, 2017 for the Missouri National Guard’s 1st Battalion, 138th Infantry Regiment.

Hundreds of family and friends attended departure ceremonies in St. Louis, Kansas City and Boonville on Friday and Saturday January 20-21, 2017 for the Missouri National Guard’s 1st Battalion, 138th Infantry Regiment.

Hundreds of family and friends attended departure ceremonies in St. Louis, Kansas City and Boonville on Friday and Saturday January 20-21, 2017 for the Missouri National Guard’s 1st Battalion, 138th Infantry Regiment.

Hundreds of family and friends attended departure ceremonies in St. Louis, Kansas City and Boonville on Friday and Saturday January 20-21, 2017 for the Missouri National Guard’s 1st Battalion, 138th Infantry Regiment.

Hundreds of family and friends attended departure ceremonies in St. Louis, Kansas City and Boonville on Friday and Saturday January 20-21, 2017 for the Missouri National Guard’s 1st Battalion, 138th Infantry Regiment.

Hundreds of family and friends attended departure ceremonies in St. Louis, Kansas City and Boonville on Friday and Saturday January 20-21, 2017 for the Missouri National Guard’s 1st Battalion, 138th Infantry Regiment.

Hundreds of family and friends attended departure ceremonies in St. Louis, Kansas City and Boonville on Friday and Saturday January 20-21, 2017 for the Missouri National Guard’s 1st Battalion, 138th Infantry Regiment.

#MoNationalGuard recruits are being given a chance to meet and drill with drill sergeants from Fort Leonard Wood even before they leave for basic training!

#MoNationalGuard recruits are being given a chance to meet and drill with drill sergeants from Fort Leonard Wood even before they leave for basic training!