The Louisiana National Guard operates five posts throughout the state. Their main function is to provide training for the current Louisiana National Guard. Several posts offer educational opportunities at museums, billeting for military personnel, and even resources  for conferences and the entertainment industry.

Profits from the services provided at these posts support the daily work and training of the Louisiana National Guard.  

Jackson Barracks

The headquarters of the Louisiana National Guard, Jackson Barracks provides billeting and courtroom facilities as well as the Jackson Barracks Military Museum.

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Camp Beauregard

Known for its major role in WWII, Camp Beauregard’s long history of supporting the training and mobilization of U.S. military personnel dates back to the Great War. Today, this installation serves as the primary training post for the Louisiana National Guard. Camp Beauregard also serves as a staging base for various agencies and services during times of state and federal emergencies. Located in Pineville—the heart of Louisiana—the post is approximately ¼ mile east of the U.S. Highway 165 and La. Highway 116 intersection.

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Camp Minden

The newest military training site, Camp Minden offers billeting less than 20 miles from Shreveport, Louisiana.

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Gillis W. Long Center

The historic Gillis W. Long Center in Carville, Louisiana was built to serve East Baton Rouge, Ascension, and Iberville Parishes.

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Camp Villere

Camp Villere is located in Slidell, Louisiana, just outside of New Orleans. Camp Villere is part of the Jackson Barracks operations.

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