August 2012 AUSA News
August 2012 AUSA News
Defense Secretary Leon E.
The Department of Defense identified four units to deploy as part of the upcoming rotation of forces operating in Afghanistan.The scheduled rotatio
The Eighth Army commander said American troops in Korea will continue to play a critical role as the U.S.
The Eighth Army commander signed a historic agreement June 6 with the commander of the Republic of Korea Army formation that serves along the Korea
We did it.The Association of the United States Army’s campaign against the Defense Department’s plan to increase or implement TRICARE fee increases
Gen. Gordon R. Sullivan, USA, Ret., president of the Association of the United States Army (AUSA), received the Andrew J.
AUSA’s Institute of Land Warfare (ILW) has recently released a new publication."A New Equipping Strategy: Modernizing the U.S.
It is summer in Washington and the perennial problem of authorizing and funding our Army is in full flower.As I have reported, seemingly endlessly,
Army Retirement Services, Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff, G-1, Headquarters, Department of the Army, provides information on benefits and enti
Command Sgt. Maj.
The men’s division winner of this year’s 16th Annual Fort Bragg Army Birthday 10-Miler averaged nearly a six-minute mile, and led the pack of more
The Army’s top civilian and its top enlisted soldier kicked off Army birthday week June 11 by visiting Mount Vernon in Northern Virginia, and placi
On the Army’s 237th birthday the Chief of Staff toured New York City to tell the Army’s story and thanked Americans for their support of the American soldier.
Many children might say the only thing matching the excitement of a birthday celebration is the chance to kick off the party earlier than scheduled
The start of the school year can bring changes and new opportunities for success.For military families, new schools and new routines are part and p
A former U.S. Army chief of staff thanked U.S.
The 2011 AUSA Annual Meeting and Exposition with over 30,000 attendees was arguably the best ever.But then I say that every year.The reason I say t
Possible increases in TRICARE premiums and changes to military retired pay were the Army Chief of Staff’s Retiree Council’s top two concerns when t
Changes ahead for TRICARE pharmacy beneficiaries. One way or another TRICARE pharmacy fees are going to increase starting in Fiscal Year 2013.
Army birthday week is about recognizing more than two centuries of soldiers defending freedom, and about saying thank you to those Americans who ha
The United States Army celebrates its 237th birthday on June 14.In the spring of 1775, a group of militiamen came together from various New England
Secretary of the Army John M. McHugh and the Army vice chief of staff, Gen. Lloyd J. Austin III, went to Capitol Hill to share with Sen.
Starting May 15, unemployed veterans between the ages of 35 and 60 can now apply for new benefits to cover education costs for up to one year throu
On the morning of the Army’s 237th birthday, the air bordered on chilly at Arlington National Cemetery.