Chapter Events


    Among the many benefits of being a member of AUSA the membership includes:

    • ARMY Magazine received monthly, including the October Green Book which is an almanac of articles from Army leadership and reference information about America's Army worldwide

    • AUSA News received monthly, features relevant news about Army topics and AUSA reports on our support of the Army

    • Membership in one of the 132 chapters worldwide

    • Institute of Land Warfare publications and reports, in depth essays and reports on wide range of military topics

    • Member benefit identification card for spouses

    • Eligibility to participate in the Membership Services Program 

    To Join the North Texas Chapter of Association of the United States Army, 
    Click this Link to Join and follow the on-sceen instructions.

    If you are joining this Chapter from  an area (State or County) outside of our membership area - your Chapter is 
    automatically assigned by your Zip Code to the Chapter nearest to your address (home or work).  If you wish
    to join this Chapter anyhow, remember to select the line - "Do you wish to change your Chapter?"
    Our Chapter number is 4404PRI.      

    Below is a map of our area containing Texas counties for which we enroll members.

    Ralph Gauer is our Regional President. He felt strongly that all parts of Texas should be represented in individual AUSA Chapters, so he made it happen. As indicated on the Texas map below, North Texas now literally encompasses everything north of I-20. So, for the folks in Midland, Amarillo, Lubbock and Canyon, welcome to the newsletter and an assigned local Chapter. To give you some history, after the Cold War ended, the North Texas Chapters dwindled in activity and meeting attendance. Dickie McKinney rejuvenated Dallas in 2004 along with Chaplain Wesley Geary. So we‟ve gone from six guys meeting in Audie Murphy‟s house to the purple you
    see below. - Woody Alexander

     New North Texas Membership Area

    Chapter Area Footprint as currently defined by AUSA National HQ: