Fort Liberty Chapter's Community Partners are local commercial businesses, industries, professional and technical firms, corporations, local government and civic groups, and organizations or societies which support the Aims and Objects of the Association of the United States Army.
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The Fort Liberty Chapter of the Association of the United States Army (AUSA) is pleased to announce that the Chapter’s 2023 Scholarship Program is now open.
This announcement supports our commitment to the Army and AUSA. To date, we have awarded over $670,000 dollars in scholarships, and we take pride in our ability to continue this program.
The Fort Liberty Chapter of the United States Army joins the North Carolina Department of Military and Veterans Affairs (NCDMVA) in supporting the following legislative goals identified by the NCDMVA that if enacted will enhance the lives of our North Carolina Military Members, Veterans, and their Families.
The United States Army's XVIII Airborne Corps is one of the most storied organizations in our nation's history. The Corps' illustrious career began with its vital role in liberating Europe from Nazi tyranny during the Second World War.