Iowa and Indiana have a combined total of 9,852 active National Guard members, which means there is an abundance of them to go around.
That means the next National Guard is likely to come from the state of Indiana, which has a population of about 6.2 million people.
The next Indiana National Guard will be based in the state, and it will probably be called the Indiana National Guardship, which is not a good name.
The Indiana Guard has only been in operation for a few years, and its members have been called up more than once.
The last time there were more than 9,000 active National Guardsmen was in 2003, when the Guard was called up to help defend the United States from a wave of al Qaeda attacks in the Middle East.
Now that the attacks have subsided, it’s possible that the next Indiana Guard will come from another state.
It would not be the first time the next Guard will not be from a state.
The first time there was more than 2,000 National Guard troops in a state was in 2010, when an Ohio National Guard unit was sent to Afghanistan to assist with counterterrorism operations.
That year, the Ohio Guard received a new contract with the Department of Defense, which included the National Guard.
The new contract called for the Ohio National Guardsman to receive the same basic training as the Ohio State Guard.
Indiana has also requested more than 1,000 new Guard troops to support the state’s growing population, but the Department is still working to get the state to commit enough money to build a new, modern Guard outpost in Indianapolis.
But the next time Indiana will have a National Guard, the State Guard will likely not be based at Fort Wayne, Indiana, but will be in nearby Fort Wayne.