Joint Force Headquarters (HHD)

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Image of Joint Force Headquarters (HHD) logoThe Colorado Army National Guard is nearly 4000 Soldiers-strong and growing all the time. The units in the state vary from the most modern, cutting-edge high-tech units such as Space support units to classic, hardcore, hard-charging Infantry units that harken to our origins in 1860. 

The Colorado Army National Guard has Citizen-Soldiers serving in every major city in Colorado with units along the Front Range and Western Slope. The diversity of our unit locations and missions allows us to deliver on our commitment to the community, state and nation. For a closer look at the units of the COARNG, click one of the unit links below. To speak with an Army National Guard Recruiter, call 720-250-1075

Joint Force Headquarters and Headquarters Detachment (HHD) provides administrative, training, and logistical support to staff and assigned units in order to facilitate the COARNG's mission and improve Soldier readiness. On order, deploys individuals to augment COARNG units. JFHQ HHD also has oversight of the following units: 

 
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