AUSA Firing Line: A virtual community for AUSA members

Wednesday, October 01, 2014

People are now visiting AUSA’s new online virtual community – Firing Line –and checking out the discussion forums, blog sites and surveys.

For the past few weeks, AUSA social media sites, ARMY Magazine, and AUSA NEWS, announced the launch of the AUSA Firing Line.

Now you have the opportunity to vote on the weekly survey question.

This is your opportunity to voice your thought and opinions on current topics.

For example, one of our latest survey questions is: "Will partisan politics keep us from being successful in defeating ISIS?"

The most visited blog posts on the AUSA Firing Line include the Hero 2 Hired (H2H) program and what it is doing to help unemployed or under employed service members.

Other blog posts feature family readiness and "Chapter Activity of the Week" topics.

The most visited discussion questions to date include employment and Hero2Hired, veterans’ homelessness and Army officers needing to learn a foreign language for promotion.

To access the site, go to the AUSA homepage at www.ausa.org, and click on the "AUSA Firing Line" link at the top of the page by the Facebook icon.

Once on the AUSA Firing Line page, you will be able to view all the discussions, posts and the weekly survey question. In order to comment click on the "Log In" button located at the upper right side of the screen.

On the next screen, enter your email address and password. Follow the directions to the right of the password box to reset your password.

Once logged in, you may post your thoughts to any of the blogs or discussion threads.

If you need assistance with entering the site, call the AUSA Call Center at 1-(855) -246-6269.

Don’t miss this opportunity to be part of the AUSA Firing Line team and to share your thoughts with other AUSA members.