Vol. 34, No. 4
Special Membership Report
Listed below are the articles and features of our February 2011 issue of AUSA News. Please visit the AUSA News Archive for online access to previous issues.
From preliminary reports, the tornado that hit Fort Leonard Wood did the most damage in the family housing area where 52 homes were destroyed – 35 of which were occupied by military families.
Seen as a rite of passage among the U.S. armed forces, the Initial Entry Training graduation brings a certain enthusiasm and anxiety to the day. That same elation was captured in Al Anbar, Iraq, recently as the passing of the flag from the senior graduating class of Iraqi Army soldiers to the junior class, symbolized change and the forward movement of troop now assigned to their first units while continuing their military service.
National Guard troops deployed to the U.S. border with Mexico are boosting Border Patrol agents’ efforts, a senior Customs and Border Protection agent said in early December.
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