Book Program

Book Program

The AUSA Book Program offers quality books about Army heritage, military theory and policy, and security in the modern world. One of its goals is to foster an understanding of the emerging security environment. This program permits AUSA members to purchase these titles at a discounted rate.

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AUSA Books Highlight Army's WWII Efforts in Italy, Africa

June 27, 2024

With the 80th anniversary of the D-Day invasion earlier this month, all eyes were naturally focused on the beaches of Normandy. The spectacle of that day, however, overshadowed another milestone of the ...

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Author Details US Tank Evolution form 1917 through WWII

May 30, 2024

It would be hard to imagine the US Army without tanks. American tank production exploded during World War II, going from about 300 tanks in 1940 to almost 30,000 three years later. Armor has ...

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The Battle of Bong Son

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Medal of Honor Graphic Novels

AUSA is proud to present the Medal of Honor graphic novel series. These full-color digital books—created by a talented team drawn from the world of professional comic book publishers—bring to life the courage and commitment of some of America’s most celebrated Soldiers.

Volume 6, Issue 2: Medal of Honor: Flo Groberg

Florent “Flo” Groberg was born outside of Paris, France, and emigrated to the U.S. as a child. He was leading a security detachment in Afghanistan when he tackled a suicide bomber to keep him away from fellow soldiers. Groberg was severely injured when the bomber’s vest detonated, but his quick actions saved many lives. He is the first foreign-born Medal of Honor recipient since the Vietnam War.

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Special Edition Graphic Novel

Army History, Army Values

See the famous D-Day story come to life.

In the early hours of June 6, 1944, U.S. Army Rangers had to execute a mission some called impossible: scale the cliffs at Pointe du Hoc and take out the guns that threatened the landings at Omaha Beach and Utah Beach.

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