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  • Ready or Not?

    It pays to be prepared. As part of a military family, you know that deployments are possible at a moment's notice. Being ready requires advance planning on your part regarding your personal affairs. Much of this information needs to be communicated to your family. The readiness information in this section has been broken down into three areas:
  • While You Are Away

    YOUR FAMILYIs anyone more important to you than your family? These are the individuals that you love. They could be your mother or father, husband or wife, significant other, and of course, your children. You want to see them have the very best that life offers. You're concerned about their welfare and you do what you can to see that they're taken
  • The Palace Chase Program

    Palace Chase is a voluntary separation program for active duty Air Force officers and enlisted members. It affords you an opportunity to separate from active duty early and serve the remaining portion of your commitment in the Minnesota Air National Guard. If you'd like to learn more about this program or find out how to apply, please send us an
  • Already Served?

    When called, you served your nation as a member of the Armed Forces.When your tour was completed, you proudly hung up your uniform, returned to civilian life, and started a job in the private sector.But you don't have to give up the benefits you enjoyed in the military. Whether you served in the Army, Navy, Air Force, or Marines, you can retain
  • Occupations

      - Physicians - Nurse- Flight Nurse - Mental Health Nurse- Critical Care Nurse - Dentist- Bioenvironmental Engineer- Optometrist - Physicain Assistant - Public Health Officer - Biomedical Lab Officer- Health Service Administrator - Medical Service Corps Officer   
  • Air National Guard Palace Front

    The Palace Front program is a transfer program which allows active duty Air Force officers and enlisted members to transfer from the United States Air Force to the Minnesota Air National Guard the day after separation from the Air Force non-Palace Chase, normally upon completing their Active Duty Service Commitment (ADSC) or on reaching their date
  • REAL ID Enforcement

    Secure driver's licenses and identification documents are a vital component of our national security framework. The REAL ID Act, passed by Congress in 2005, enacted the 9/11 Commission's recommendation that the Federal Government "set standards for the issuance of sources of identification, such as driver's licenses." The Act established minimum
  • CCIP - Commander's Inspection Program

    Managing Resources Improving the Unit Leading People          Executing the Mission
  • Benefits

    Extra Income By enlisting in the Minnesota Air National Guard, you can augment your existing income with an extra paycheck. The pay you earn by serving two days each month is equivalent to four active duty days. Rank and time in service determine individual pay rates. What would you do with an extra paycheck each month? Additional BenefitsUnlike
  • Tuition Reimbursement

    On a state level, we also offer 80% college tuition reimbursement. Any member taking undergraduate or graduate course work, and some correspondence courses will receive reimbursement based on the tuition rates of the school they are attending. Undergraduates must receive a grade of "C" or better, and graduates must receive a grade of "B" or better.
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