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2,800+ full-time federal employees 390+ state employees 13,000+ traditional Guard members

Annual budget $114,796,200

Agency executives

Major General
Major General
Terry M. Haston, Adjutant General, Tennessee
Tennessee
Military Department Brigadier General
Brigadier General
Tommy H. Baker, Assistant Adjutant General, Army, Tennessee
Tennessee
Military Department Brigadier General
Brigadier General
Don Johnson, Assistant Adjutant General, Air, Tennessee
Tennessee
Military Department

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Army National Guard Tennessee
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Air National Guard Tennessee
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State Guard

The Tennessee
Tennessee
Military Department is a department within the Executive Branch of Tennessee
Tennessee
State Government with four major components. The Tennessee
Tennessee
Army National Guard
Army National Guard
and the Tennessee
Tennessee
Air National Guard constitute the National Guard in Tennessee. The Tennessee
Tennessee
Emergency Management Agency (TEMA), and the Tennessee
Tennessee
State Guard are the other major components of the Military Department. The Tennessee
Tennessee
Army National Guard
Army National Guard
includes the 230th Sustainment Brigade, 278th Armored Cavalry Regiment, 194th Engineer Brigade, and the 30th Troop Command. The Tennessee
Tennessee
Air National Guard
Air National Guard
includes the 118th Wing, the 134th Air Refueling Wing, the 164th Airlift Wing
164th Airlift Wing
and the 119th Command and Control Squadron.

Tennessee
Tennessee
Army National Guard
Army National Guard
soldiers conduct riot gear training.

The Tennessee
Tennessee
Emergency Management Agency (TEMA) provides state-level emergency management, coordinating federal assistance through FEMA, tasking state agencies for resources, and supporting local government emergency management agencies. The Tennessee
Tennessee
State Guard is a state defense force, a volunteer reserve force which may be activated whenever any part of the Tennessee
Tennessee
National Guard is in active federal service.[1] The department has over 550 state employees plus over 12,000 federal employees. The five Guard components have over 16,000 officers and enlisted personnel with a $450+ million dollar budget. The Adjutant General heads the Department and is appointed by the governor. Beside the five commands, the Bureau of War Records reports to the Adjutant General. The Joint Public Affairs Office maintains the organization's social media presence, official website and magazine The Military Department headquarters is located in Nashville, Tennessee. Guard units and state armories are located in each county. TEMA has staff and facilities located across the state. References[edit]

^ " Tennessee
Tennessee
Military Department". Retrieved 2013-05-10. 

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