A year later, his education literally paid off when he received a promotion to logistics sergeant major of the Georgia Army National Guard, achieving the highest enlisted rank he can hold.
What does GANG stand for?
GANG stands for Georgia Army National Guard
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- Military and Government
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We have 11 other meanings of GANG in our Acronym Attic
- Games of the New Emerging Forces
- Global and National Environmental Policy Programme (policy advocacy; Zambia)
- Galactosemia Association of the North Eastern States (Woodbury, NJ)
- Group Actinide Extraction (nuclear reprocessing method)
- Global Arts Networking Foundation
- Niafunke (airport code; Mali)
- Get A Note from Your Doctor
- Center for Geometry, Analysis, Numerics and Graphics (research team; Department of Mathematics and Statistics; University of Massachusettss, Amherst; Amherst, MA)
- Game Audio Network Guild
- Generic Aircraft Nitrogen Generator (aviation)
- God's Anointed Now Generation (Victory Outreach International)
- Gods Anointed New Generation
- Greater Atlanta Naturists Group (Atlanta, GA)
- Grind and Never Give Up (song)
- Garland Air National Guard Station (Garland, TX)
- Greeley Air National Guard Station
- Government Accounting Northern Ireland (UK)
- Graal Animation (computer game)
- Grand Accélérateur National d'Ions Lourds ( France)
- Geological Association of New Jersey
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[ILLUSTRATIONS OMITTED] Soldiers from Alpha Battery, 118th Field Artillery, 48th Brigade Combat Team, Georgia Army National Guard participate in infantry squad battle course training on Fort McCoy, Wis.
This permits our more than 700 members statewide to seamlessly act as a force-multiplier for the Georgia Army National Guard whenever necessary.
This year, in addition to supporting the 48th BCT of the Georgia Army National Guard through their month-long NTC rotation, he is also supporting the 2/28th BCT of the Pennsylvania Army National Guard through their month-long NTC rotation.
Secretary of the Navv and Navy Cross winner (while leading a Marine company in Vietnam) James Webb; 3) two-time Purple Heart winner (and 9th ID squad leader in Vietnam) Senator Chuck Hagel of Nebraska; 4) USAF Lieutenant-Colonel Karen Kwiatkowski, former head of the Pentagon's Near East-Asia Desk; 5) USMC Major-General Anthony Zinni; 6) former CIA officer Bob Baer; 7) former CIA officer Mike Scheuer; 8) Georgia Army National Guard Brigadier-General and Vietnam Veteran James J.