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DEPARTMENT PERFORMANCE

DEPARTMENT PERFORMANCE

Public Defense

Benjamin J. Corell, Adjutant General

Mission Statement:
The Iowa National Guard provides timely, ready forces in support of domestic and global missions, responsive to the needs of the State and Nation.

Iowa National Guard Service Members
End Strength

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Iowa National Guard Service Members

2020 Domestic Operations

Data Source: Iowa National Guard

 

 

Updated 11/02/2020

The Iowa National Guard remains ready to mobilize and execute missions that exceed the Governor's response requirements. Throughout the turbulent events of 2020, the Iowa National Guard demonstrated relevance to the citizens of Iowa during pandemic operational and logistical support, derecho response activities, and support to civil authorities - all while building organizational readiness and executing our planned Federal mission requirements abroad. These activities have strengthened the force and built capabilities as we demonstrated stewardship of our valuable resources, the readiness of our organization, and the responsiveness of our formations to serve the citizens of Iowa and the United States of America.

Graph - Strength in the Iowa National Guard

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Why this is important:
In FY20, Iowa National Guard Service Members mobilized at unprecedented levels in support of the State's COVID-19 and derecho storm responses. Service Members served in State Active Duty (SAD), Federal 502(f) (FEMA), and Full Time Unit Staff (FTUS) duty statuses.


What we're doing about this:
We contniue to increase our capacity to successfully contribute resources to serve the citizens of Iowa and the homeland, while simultaneously supporting Federal missions abroad. Intergovernmental and agency cooperation developed in FY20 enables future planning and response capability to meet State and National demand signals.

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Highlighted Measure:

End Strength


Data Source: Iowa National Guard

Updated 11/02/2020



Why this is important:
In addition to the state missions performed by Iowa Guardsmen in FY20, the Iowa National Guard deployed more than 1,700 soldiers and airmen in support of 44 global missions. The Iowa National Guard produces trained and ready forces capable of deploying worldwide during forecasted and contingency operations. FY20 saw the beginning of the largest number of mobilized Iowa National Guardsmen and missions since 2010.


What we're doing about this:
The Army National Guard attained 100% of assigned end strength, an increase from 97.4% in 2018 and 98.7% in 2019. The Air National Guard attained a 98.9% of assigned end strenth, an increase from 96.9% in 2018 and 98.3% in 2019. The Iowa National Guard is a trusted organization that continually provides numerous opportunities for Iowans in their civilian and military lives.

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