This event is sold out. There will be no on-site registration at the breakfast.
AUSA conducts this event as part of its AUSA Breakfast Series, a professional development forum.
This Forum furthers AUSA's effort to impress upon industry leadership the urgent need for strong, ready landpower forces and to enlist support in communicating the landpower story to Congress, the media and other opinion-shapers within their respective companies and the communities in which their enterprises operate.
This month’s keynote speaker is GEN James C. McConville, Chief of Staff of the Army.
Pre-registration for the Breakfast is CLOSED. No refunds after 16 January. There will be no on-site registration at the breakfast.
Pre-Registered personnel may check-in and pick up their badge starting at 0630, 21 January 2020 at the National Museum of the United States Army.
Registration Fees are as follows:
- National Partner Members: $50
- Community Partners & Individual Members: $75
- Non-Members: $90
- Military/Government: no fee
- Press: No fee
- 0630 - 0655 Registration
- 0655 - 0700 Everyone is Seated
- 0700 - 0720 Breakfast is Served
- 0720 - 0725 Opening remarks and introduction by AUSA President
- 0725 - 0745 Presentation by CSA
- 0745 - 0800 Questions and Answers
Military: Army Combat Uniform (ACU)/Duty
Civilian: Business attire
Complimentary parking is available at the National Museum of the United States Army, 1775 Liberty Dr, Fort Belvoir, VA 22060, USA (map). For directions to the Museum, please use Waze or Google Maps since the address to the Museum is not yet recognized by all mapping sites.
It is critical to remember that this breakfast will be held at an active construction site. For safety reasons, the Museum will not be conducting tours during the AUSA Breakfast. All areas of the building have restricted access with the exception of the breakfast location in the Museum Lobby. A security checkpoint will be in place. The Museum requires all guests to undergo a bag check screening and pass through metal detectors before picking up their badge.
The Office of the Administrative Assistant provides shuttle transportation to Headquarters, Department of the Army personnel attending regularly scheduled AUSA Breakfasts Series on a first-come, first-served basis. The Pentagon shuttle operates from the corridor 5 entrance beginning at 0600 and another shuttle departing at 0620. Shuttles will depart the museum at the conclusion of the breakfast, returning to corridor 5 at the Pentagon.
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For questions pertaining to the registration
Senior Meetings Manager
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For general questions pertaining to the breakfast
National Museum of the United States Army (NMUSA)
1775 Liberty Drive
Fort Belvoir, VA 22060 USA (map)