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  • June 6 is always a special day in the history of American armed forces. It is the anniversary, of course, of D-Day — the beginning of the Allied invasion of northern France in 1944, when more than 150,000 troops landed on the beaches at Normandy...
  • Gen. Maxwell Taylor was one of the most influential military leaders of the Cold War. Among his many roles, he served as the U.S. Army chief of staff, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and as the U.S. ambassador in Saigon during the early years...
  • The AUSA Book Program will release its second digital graphic novel in May, titled Medal of Honor: Roy Benavidez . Master Sgt. (then-Staff Sgt.) Raul “Roy” P. Benavidez is a legend in the Special Forces community. Even before he earned his Green...
  • Black and white photo of US infantrymen cautiously moving.
    Recent news from Asia and the Pacific high-light several threats the United States faces in the region: North Korea, Chinese actions in the South China Sea, terrorist groups in the Philippines, and more. The U.S. military is taking steps to counter...
  • Recent news from Asia and the Pacific highlight several threats the United States faces in the region: North Korea, Chinese actions in the South China Sea, terrorist groups in the Philippines, and more. The U.S. military is taking steps to counter...
  • The AUSA Book Program is dedicated to bringing the best of military publishing to our members. Our goal is to foster an awareness of, and appreciation for, the U.S. Army and its role in maintaining security in the modern world. To that end, the Book...
  • Did you ever hear about the time that George Washington’s bodyguards planned to kill him? And how he uncovered the plan in the early days of the Revolutionary War and brought one of the soldiers to justice in the largest public execution in America...
  • It is the turning of a New Year, and my mind turns to tanks. One reason is that I often associate this time with Gen. George S. Patton, thinking of the Third Army breaking the siege of Bastogne the day after Christmas during the Battle of the Bulge...
  • The U.S. Army Special Forces, the Green Berets, fought a secret war in the Kingdom of Laos from 1959 through 1974. Their strategic mission was to prevent the country from toppling over to the communist side (or at least keep it neutral) while U.S...
  • The U.S. Army Special Forces, the Green Berets, fought a secret war in the Kingdom of Laos from 1959 through 1974. Their strategic mission was to prevent the country from toppling over to the communist side (or at least keep it neutral) while U.S...