Washington National Guard
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Political information
Type State Militia/Reserve Force
Leader(s) Col. Sawyer
Capt. Mark Bannon
Capt./Maj. James Webb
Lt./Capt. Parker
Sgt. Hanson
Affiliation United States National Guard
Historical information
Date established 1855
Conflicts World War III

The Washington National Guard is a branch of the domestic United States Army. Its sole duty is to protect the American state of Washington on the American West Coast. It often appears assisting Allied players throughout World in Conflict.

World War IIIEdit

When Seattle was swiftly invaded by the Soviet Army, the Washington National Guard and the regular US Army units tried to stop them but were heavily outnumbered and outgunned. They would have been wiped out completely if not for Captain Bannon and Lieutenant Parker who led them to fight their way to escape the Soviet onslaught.

After the retreat, surviving elements of the Washington National Guard were assimilated to the U.S. Fifth Supply Battalion under the command of Colonel Sawyer.

Then they participated in the Invasion of Seattle, Battle of Pine Valley, the Battle of Cascade Falls, the Battle of Clearwater Creek, and eventually the the Liberation of Seattle.

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