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Welcome

We are here for you! This page will help navigate through your events today and provide you information. 

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A Partnership with: The Eugene Community.

Why is the National Guard Helping With the Vaccine?

The Oregon Army National Guard is here to help the people of Oregon. When called upon, the National Guard helps in times of need such as fighting forest fires, Search and Rescue, and protecting Oregon from catastrophic events. Simply put, we are Oregonians helping other Oregonians, living up to our motto of "Always Ready, Always There".

How is this mission different? The answer is; it's not really. The Oregon Army National Guard has hundreds of medical professionals certified and ready to help. Our mission is to partner with our local hospitals to correctly administer the COVID-19 vaccine to those that would like it.

Would you like to learn more about how you can help on our team?

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Fill out this form to receive answers to questions you may have about the National Guard, and a recruiter will be in touch to help you out shortly; no commitment necessary.

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I Stand With the Guard is a first hand view of our Soldiers experiences and related media about the National Guard. 

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Your College Tuition is 100% Paid

Through the Oregon Army National Guard you will receive tuition assistance to all of Oregon's eligible private and non-profit institutions.

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Citizenship

Non-citizen spouses, parents, and unmarried minor children of U.S. citizen members of the U.S. military (current or past) who are in the U.S. after an unlawful entry may have an opportunity known as "Parole In Place" or PIP allows those who already qualify for a green card based on this close family relationship to "adjust status" - that is, apply for lawful permanent residence or a green card - without leaving the United States, despite their past illegal entry and stay.