The 39th Infantry Brigade Combat Team (IBCT) is the largest major command in the state and is headquartered on Camp Robinson. The 39th IBCT consists of 44% of the state’s Army National Guard strength and employs 11% of the state’s Army National Guard fulltime workforce. The 39th IBCT has units located in 37 communities in Arkansas and Nebraska and Missouri.
The 39th is primarily an infantry brigade organized to provide wartime missions in maneuver, field artillery, reconnaissance, intelligence, engineering and medical operations as well as maintenance, signal support and transportation activities.
The 39th is prepared to support state emergency operations by assisting with road clearing, search and rescue, security, flood response and other natural disaster assistance
Arkansas Army National Guard Units
The Arkansas Army National Guard is composed of over 6,700 Soldiers in four Brigades:
The 39th Infantry Brigade Combat Team
The 77th Combat Aviation Brigade
87th Troop Command
The 142nd Field Artillery Brigade
Arkansas Air National Guard Wings
The Arkansas Air National Guard is composed of over 1,800 Airmen in two Wings:
The 189th Airlift Wing
The 188th Wing
The Arkansas National Guard is a community-based force consisting of men and women from every county in the state.
Click here for a map of our presence in the State of Arkansas.