Letters to Congress & the Administration from AUSA
An important way to advocate for the Army, Soldiers (past, present and future) and their Families is by sending letters to members of Congress. A complete listing by date, subject, and recipient(s) of the letters sent to Congress and copies of the letters themselves can be found on the Letters to Congress page in this Congressional Information section.
Readers can communicate with their Congressional Members, by using the “Contact Congress” button to send already prepared text or create new text.
Letters from Congress to AUSA
Letters sent from members of Congress to AUSA are also available to view on the Letters from Congress page in this Congressional Information section.
Latest Transitions in the 114th Congress
The Government Affairs directorate maintains up to date records of congressional committee membership and information on the members themselves. The Latest Transitions in the 114th Congress page summarizes any changes in congressional membership.
Army Veterans in the 113th Congress
At the start of every new Congress, AUSA creates the latest edition of the “Once a Soldier…Always a Soldier” book to honor those in Congress who have served the United States as Soldiers and continue to serve as Legislators. A listing of every current member who has served in the U.S. Army and a downloadable version of the “Once a Soldier” book can be found on the Army Veterans in the 113th Congress page.