The Texas Guard is currently being restructured to include a larger force, according to documents obtained by The American Conservatives.
A portion of the Texas National Guardsman and National Guardman Training Academy in Fort Worth is being transferred to Fort Bragg, N.C.
The documents, obtained by the American Conservative, show the National Guard would be disbanded into six components and have different units under them, which could result in a total of at least a dozen different units.
The Texas National guard has been in existence since 1854.
Its mission is to provide the Texas military with training and assistance to the states and territories of the U.S.A. and other allied nations.
The Texas chapter of the American Legion was founded in 1858 by Gen. William Tecumseh Sherman, who served as Texas’s second president.
It was founded as a part of the United States Military Academy in Pensacola, Florida, in 1864.