The Structure of the National Guard
The National Guard is a joint force, consisting of the Army Land Forces, the Naval Command and the Air Command. Τhe National Guard General Staff is the supreme echelon in the chain of command and comprises the Chief of the National Guard General Staff, the General Staff, Commands and Directorates of Arms and Corps and affiliated units.
Army Land Forces: These consist of formations at Brigade and Regimental Combat Group levels.
Naval Command: The Naval Command, comprising the Staff and the Naval Units, answers directly to the Chief of the National Guard General Staff.
Air Force Command: The Airforce Command, comprising the Staff and the Aviation Units, such as Helicopter and Aircraft Squadrons, Air Defence Squadrons, Air Control Squadrons and Support Squadrons, answers directly to the Chief of the National Guard General Staff.