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The Texas State Guard (TXSG) is one of three components of the Texas Military Forces (TXMF), reporting to The Texas Adjutant General located at Texas Military Forces HQ, Camp Mabry (Austin), Texas. The Commander in Chief of the Texas Military Forces is the Governor of Texas. The other two branches are the Texas Army National Guard (TXARNG) and the Texas Air National Guard (TXANG).

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Posted: 20-AUG-14

Gov. Perry Appoints Brigadier General Betty as Commander of Texas State Guard

Gov. Rick Perry has appointed Brigadier General Gerald "Jake" Betty as Commander of the Texas State Guard effective Sept. 1, 2014 for a term to expire at the pleasure of the governor. The commander of the Texas State Guard is responsible for the organization, training and administration of the Texas State Guard, and reports to the Texas Adjutant General.

Betty is Brigadier General of the Texas State Guard Army Component Command. He is a member of the American Legion, Association of Former Students of Texas A&M, Corps of Cadets Association and the Association of Former Yell Leaders. He served in the U.S. Army and U.S. Army Reserve.

Betty received a bachelor's degree and master's degree in education administration from Texas A&M University.

 

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A form used to report volunteer community service.
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Personnel and Administrative Procedures of the Texas State Guard (Revised: 27-JUN-13)

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Texas Military Forces

The Texas State Guard is one of three components of the Texas Military Forces (TXMF), operating under the command of the Adjutant General of Texas and the Governor as Commander-in-Chief of all state military forces. The TXMF includes the Texas Army National Guard and the Texas Air National Guard.

The mission of the Texas State Guard (TXSG) is to provide mission-ready military forces to assist state and local authorities in times of state emergencies; to conduct homeland security and community service activities under the umbrella of Defense Support to Civil Authorities; and to augment the Texas Army National Guard and Texas Air National Guard as required.

Headquartered at Camp Mabry in Austin, Texas, the TXSG functions as an organized state militia under the authority of Title 32 of the U.S. Code and Chapter 431 of the Texas Government Code.

 

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National Guard Association of Texas
The National Guard Association of Texas (NGAT) is a support organization for the Military Forces of Texas, including the Texas State Guard.
 
National Weather Service - National Hurricane Center
The National Hurricane Center provides vital information and advisories on hazardous tropical weather.
 
State Guard Association of the United States
The State Guard Association of the United States (SGAUS) is a national organization of state defense forces, and is the source of Military Emergency Management Specialist (MEMS) program.
 
Texas Army MARS
The Military Auxiliary Radio System is a Department of Defense sponsored emergency communications program, established as a separately managed and operated program by the Army, Navy and Air Force. The program consists of licensed amateur radio operators who are interested in military communications. They contribute to the MARS mission providing auxiliary or emergency communications on a local, national, and international basis as an adjunct to normal communications.
 
The Texas Military Forces is the three-branch military of the state of Texas. It is composed of the Texas Army National Guard, the Texas Air National Guard, and the Texas State Guard. All three branches are administered by the state adjutant general, an appointee of the Texas governor, and fall under the command of the governor.
 
Texas State Guard Nonprofit Association
The Texas State Guard Nonprofit Association is a support organization for the TXSG. It is 501(c)(3). Contributions now are deductible under section 270 of the Code. The Non Profit is qualified to receive tax deductible bequests, devises, transfer or gifts under section 2055, 2106 or 2522 of the Code.