Tulsi Gabbard left for Alaska for Hawaii National Guard Duty

Tulsi Gabbard left for Alaska for Hawaii National Guard Duty

  • Maj. Gabbard reporting for responsibility
  • “I was not invited to participate in any way.” : Gabbard

Tulsi Gabbard, who ran a campaign for the Democratic presidential nomination in the 2020 cycle, is helping Alaska Natives. Her two week mission addresses various issues, including health care, cyber security, transportation and construction.

While most of Joe Biden’s 2020 competitors were invited back to speak during the Democratic National Convention, Gabbard tweeted on Thursday that ” I was not invited to participate in any way”. Despite winning two pledged delegates in the primaries, the congresswoman ended her campaign in March

Tulsi Gabbard joined The Army in 2003

Gabbard has been in Hawaii’s Army National Guard for 17 years, including two deployments to the Middle East. She earned the Meritorious Service Medal in 2005 while her deployment to Iraq.

Tulsi Gabbard was elected to Congress in Hawaii’s 2nd district in 2012 but her her tenure in Congress is about to end. She is currently finishing her fourth term. She is not sseking re-election this year.
While she’s on her Duty, her congressional staff will continue to manage her office. Her staff will assist the constituents while she is away for two weeks. Hawaii Army National Guard Major is fulfilling her annual Army Reserve commitment.
The mission is part of the Innovative Readiness Training program. It helps communities across the U.S. and territories. This mission increases deployment readiness through training opportunities.

Tulsi Gabbard endorsed former Vice President Joe Biden, who formally accepted the party’s nomination on Thursday.

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