August 2015 AUSA News
August 2015 AUSA News
The Army must be able to logistically execute at the tactical, operational and strategic level anywhere in the world in support of the maneuver com
There is no doubt that communities will suffer under these reductions.(Army force reductions for fiscal years 2016 and 2017 will decrease the Army’
Reprinted by permission of The Hill Lasting scars to our nation’s national security are forming because of the continued political stalemate over s
A senior Pentagon official is making the case for a massive overhaul of the military personnel system – from recruiting to promotions to tour lengt
Far-reaching military retirement reforms proposed by the Military Compensation and Retirement Modernization Commission (MCRMC) in January 2015 have
The U.S. faces a kaleidoscope of threats and needs a balanced, robust Army to address them, the president of the Association of the U.S.
The Army Chief of Staff’s Retired Soldier Council convened at the Pentagon from April 20-24 to review issues of concern to the retired community an
On March 18, the Army launched its new "White Pages," open to anyone with either a Common Access Card or Department of Defense Self-Service Logon a
Kicking off a week of events for the Army’s 240th birthday, Army Secretary John M.
Secretary of the Army John McHugh officially approved the Army’s participation in the Association of the U.S.
There is a lot of uncertainty that exists in this world today, in spite of predictions by others that we are entering a period of peace," said Secr
The Army Materiel Command (AMC) is adapting and preparing for an uncertain future by optimizing global sustainment, readiness and support for comba
The Army needs to "adapt, plan, execute and assess faster than the enemy" in order to win in a complex world, the commanding general of the Army’s
A biography in the Association of 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 before, seemingly end
The Association’s Institute of Land Warfare (ILW) has recently released two new publications."Malaysia, Singapore and the United States: Harmony or
A new report says that inconsistent education standards of K-12 schools in and around military bases could pose a serious retention issue for the A
Sustainment is not only an Army core competency, it is an Army competitive advantage that is unique among other armies around the world," said the
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