|Dear Redstone - Huntsville Chapter Members,|
Greetings! We hope you are safe and doing well during these very challenging times. Your Chapter Nominating Committee has requested AUSA National’s support with conducting your Chapter’s election. The Nominating Committee has followed your Chapter bylaws and based on your responses, they have forwarded this ballot to us for this year’s election.
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Huntsville, AL -- As public health officials recommend continued social distancing, the Redstone-Huntsville chapter of the Association of the United States Army, along with General Perna and top Redstone officials, have announced the cancellation of the 2020 Army Birthday Dinner scheduled to be held at the new Toyota Stadium on June 12th.
Our Mission is to provide a voice for the Army, support for the soldier, and honor those who have served.
The recent AUSA Global Force Symposium and Exposition, in Huntsville, Ala., in March brought thousands of attendees and was a prime event for the Redstone-Huntsville Chapter to showcase what its officers and members do to assist the Association and help AUSA work toward its 2017 100,000-member goal.
Col. John Wright, USA, Ret., Redstone-Huntsville chapter president, established important goals for the chapter – both for our symposium week and for the year.