Then may we assume you want to end this list of Federal benefits available to National Guard members? You know, since they are just a part of state government.<quoted text>
People in the National Guard (what used to be called the state militias) are not in the U.S. military though.
And I'm a firm believer in keeping the U.S. military services completely separate and apart from the state militias (National Guard).
The United States oF America is a federation of separate states, not one large country that simply has administrative divisions called "states". The states made the federal government, not the other way around.
This is a listing on the Alaska website, but they are Federal benefits.