February 2011 Special Report: Membership 



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Annual Meeting registration


AUSA: Leading voice for the Army

AUSA has long been the leading voice among associations for the Army’s appropriate share of the defense budget, for an increased Army end strength to address your concerns over too frequent deployments, for entitlements equal to your sacrifices and for the tools and equipment you need to accomplish the mission.


Family Programs connects with soldiers, families

The AUSA Family Programs Directorate was established in 1999 with the mission: Focus on the needs of the Army family by providing information, resources and assistance and representation.


Top 10 reasons to become a member of AUSA

The Top 10 Reasons why you should be a member of AUSA.


Grassroots activity key to AUSA legislative objectives

This report describes the lifecycle of AUSA’s grassroots work from the creation of the annual Association’s resolutions to the creation of the next set of resolutions.


What soldiers and civilians are saying about the Association of the United States Army

Here is what some of the participants in the Annual Meeting, including a Silver Star recipient, recruiter of the year, a state adjutant general and family readiness group leaders, are saying about AUSA’s professional development forum and its landpower exhibition.