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Guard Your Health


Guard Your Health provides a central place for Army National Guard Soldiers and family members to find information and resources on health and medical readiness. The site supports the Army National Guard Chief Surgeon’s efforts to build and sustain a resilient, adaptable and medically ready Citizen-Soldier force.


The Guard Your Health website is tailored to the unique health and wellness needs and experiences of Army National Guard Soldiers and families. Website visitors can access health tips, expert commentary and community forums on topics such as nutrition, exercise, stress, sleep, dental health, readiness and family resilience.


The Website content is tailored for Soldiers and their roles in the Army Guard and civilian communities. Beyond health articles, content includes a custom-developed Army Physical Fitness Test calculator, a tool to identify Soldiers’ and families’ eligible benefits and listings of free treatment and support resources available to the Army Guard community.


The website’s responsive design provides an optimal viewing experience across a variety of devices including desktop or laptop computers, tablets and smartphones. This optimization will enable website users to view, share and act upon available resources from any location through the devices they use and carry every day.


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If you have any questions, feel free to email the BHMC state coordinator Lonnie R. Bacon at






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The posting of information, material or links on this site does not constitute an endorsement, nor should it be interpreted as an assurance of the reliability of the organization or information contained in materials or on the site. The information, material or links are provided as an informational resource only and each individual should determine the utility and truthfulness of the information for themselves.