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The Twentieth Maine by H. Charles McBarron, for the State of Maine, 1863.

The Twentieth Maine by H. Charles McBarron, for the State of Maine, 1863.

Welcome to the National Guard Bureau Publications and Forms Library

The purpose of this web site is to make National Guard Bureau publications and blank forms available in electronic format. This website is created and maintained by the National Guard Bureau Publications Management Center, ARNG-CSO-FCP. Our Mission is to be the most cost effective and responsive center for publication, reproduction, storage and distribution management of National Guard information products and advertising materials using their expertise and advancing technologies. Our Vision is to provide innovative and efficient services to our clients, now and into the future! If you cannot find a National Guard publication, blank form or other related product please feel free to contact us.

About the National Guard Bureau Publications and Forms Center

The National Guard Bureau Publications and Forms Center, or ‘print plant’ as it is more widely known, was established at Camp Keyes in June 1953, as a printing plant for checklists and other component forms exclusively. Over the years the plant has grown and shifted responsibilities. It now prints all of the forms and duplication requests for the entire National Guard, consisting of all 54 states and territories. See more.....

The NGB Publications Bulletin is published once a month. The information provided in each bulletin includes new, revised, obsolete and superseded publications, forms and information of general interest concerning publications, blank forms to include advance information on changes and corrections. These bulletins are available on the NGB Publications & Forms Library web site in Adobe (PDF) format under the Publications section.

Hot Off the Press

CNGBI 1400.25 Vol. 630

National Guard Technician and Civilian Personnel Absence and Leave Program dated 23 April 2021.  Supersedes CNGBI 1400.25 Vol 630 dated 06 August 2018

NGB DTM 3005.00

National Guard Joint Operations Center, dated 19 April 2021.  Supersedes CNGBN 3005 date 15 January 2020

CNGBI 3510.01A

National Guard  Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear Response  Management dated 08 March 2021 supersedes CNGBI 3510.01 dated 07 June 2016

NGB-DTM 1305.00

National Guard Bureau Patches and Distinctive Unit Insignia dated 11 February 2021 supersedes NGB-DTM 1305.00 dated 18 May 2020

CNGBI 0300.01

National guard Warrior resilience and Fitness Program dated 16 November 2018

CNGBCN 1303.01

Cancellation of Chief of the National Guard Bureau Instruction 1003.01A dated 19 February 2021, cancels CNGBI 1303.01A dated 06 August 2014

CNGBI 4000.00

Code Word, Nicknames, and Exercise Term System dated 01 February 2021

Order Historical Prints

9-11 by Gil Cohen for the state of North Dakota, 2001 - Part of our Heritage Print Series Colonel George Washington - Part of our Presidential Series The Guard in the Air - Aviators assist law enforcement authorities in locating a fugitive - Part of our State Missions Series Serving with Pride - Minuteman on the left rear with a female soldier in front and a female airman to the right rear

Historical prints to include Heritage Series, Presidential Series, State Mission Series and Commemorative Posters are available for order. Complete a NGB Form 13R and submit to our organizational email ng.me.mearng.list.ngbpdc@mail.mil. The prints are free, however, the maximum order total cannot exceed five of each print. Orders exceeding authorized limits will need a memorandum for justification. ARNG-CSO-FCP has the authority to approve or reject any order if deemed fraudulent or wasteful.

In The News

SSG Daniel Trojecki Proofing Prints Print shop supports entire National Guard
The National Guard Bureau Publications Management Center is a printing operation that conducts its business on Camp Keyes in Augusta, Maine. Since its opening in 1953, the print shop has been fulfilling the printing needs of the Army National Guard.  Read More.....
 
National Guard Bureau Distribution Center Small print shop makes big impression
AUGUSTA, Maine - In a building located slightly behind the United States Property and Fiscal Office with the same worn down brick façade, stands the largely unknown print plant, with a small team of dedicated civilians and soldiers who work together to produce documents for the entire National Guard. Read More..... 

 

Useful External Links

Army Publishing Directorate Logo Army Publishing Directorate
The (APD) is the Army’s centralized location for printing, distribution, publications, forms, and digital media.
   
Department of Defense Logo Department of Defense Issuances
The DoD Issuances Program processes the documents that establish DoD policy.
   
United States Air Force Logo Air Force E-Publishing
Maintained for Air Force and Air National Guard, publications and forms.
   
Office of Personnel Management Logo Office of Personnel Management
(OPM) manages Standard Forms, Optional Forms and OPM Forms.
   
Government Printing Office Logo U.S. Government Publishing Office GPO Produces and distributes official publications of Federal agencies in digital and print formats.
   
Government Services Administration Logo Government Services Administration
GSA forms,  and other forms frequently used.

Frequently Accessed Products

NGB Form 13R
NGB Materials Requisition Sheet, used for ordering products to include Heritage Prints 
   
NGB Form 14R 
Request for and Record of NGB Publications Account. Used to establish or update a publications account to request and receive materials.
   
DD 282
DoD Printing Requisition Order form. Used to order products.
   
Chief of the National Guard Bureau Issuances CNGBI 5000.01A
Chief of the National Guard Bureau Issuances. Establishes policy and assigns responsibilities for developing, coordinating and publishing Chief of the National Guard Bureau Issuances.
   

Frequently Asked Questions
All prior service members and veterans can request
copies of their military service records from the
National Archives veteran service records office.
Please visit:
http://www.archives.gov/veterans/military-service-records/ 

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