President Confers with Governors on National Guard

April 2006
Army Magazine;Apr2006, Vol. 56 Issue 4, p6
The article reports on the meeting of President George W. Bush, Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff General Peter Pace with nation's governors to discuss the status of the National Guard in the U.S. The President reassured the governors that the equipment lost and used in Iraq will be replaced and upgraded. In the meeting, governors discussed immigration reform and homeland security with the President.


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