This month join us to hear how a Soldier's story can be riveting with thrill-seeking opportunities, world-wide adventures, leadership challenges, and emotional roller-coasters. Join us as the 15th Sergeant Major of the Army, Daniel Dailey, highlights his journey climbing the leadership ladder to the top of the U.S. Army and continues to do so as the AUSA Vice President of NCO/Soldier Programs. He will share his own lessons learned on how to build successful teams and make a positive impact on others, while also sharing the Army's new initiative, "This is My Squad" (TIMS).
This month Brigadier General Welton Chase joined us to share the journey through time with BG Welton Chase to see how "Camp Gordon" transformed from a World War II training camp - producing brave, combat arms, fighting Infantryman wielding bayonets and maneuvering tanks - into today's "Fort Gordon," a cyber dominance platform - developing the most elite, powerful, Information Warrior of tomorrow's fighting force.
This month General Carter Ham, U.S. Army Retired, AUSA President & CEO for being our guest speaker at today's August Morning ZOOM Briefing. If you missed his discussion on AUSA National and what to expect, please watch the video below.
Also, many thanks to our sponsors: Petsch Respiratory, Herbert Homes, First Command, Amentum, Georgia Power, MAU Workforce Solutions, Mayo and Associates, Defoor Realty, Episcopal Day School, and the CSRA Alliance for Fort Gordon.
This month MG Tom Carden, GA State Adjutant General, addressed the roles and responsibilities of the GA National Guard in response to the pandemic, protests, and violence. At the direction of the Governor, the GA National Guard serves in concert with local, state and federal law enforcement agencies. Hear how these citizen soldiers have been deployed, what they legally can and cannot do, and what training they have received to perform these duties.
UPDATE: Application deadline has been extended to June 30th.
The Greater Augusta-Fort Gordon AUSA Chapter's 2020 College Scholarship application is now open. The local chapter of AUSA is offering up to three $2,000 scholarships for Active Duty or Reserve Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine or direct family member (Spouse or child). The scholarship is to be used during the 2020-2021 academic year and the money can be used for Tuition, Fees, and Books!!