USNG


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USNG

or U.S.N.G.,

United States National Guard.
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For a further discussion about USNG and the risks associated with an investment in USNG, see USNG's Prospectus, which is available at www.
After the reverse unit split, a Unitholder will own fewer USNG units, but each USNG unit will have an NAV that is four times higher than that of the pre-split USNG units.
The reverse unit split will not affect any Unitholder's percentage interest in USNG, except to the extent that the reverse unit split could result in a USNG Unitholder receiving cash in lieu of a fractional unit.
For example, a USNG Unitholder that holds 106 pre-split units would receive 26.
How many units of USNG will be received as a result of the reverse unit split?
Will the reverse unit split be a taxable transaction for USNG Unitholders?
What will happen to USNG units sold before February 21, 2012?
What will happen to USNG units purchased before February 21, 2012?