August 2016 AUSA News
August 2016 AUSA News
Williamson: Get new weapons, equipment to soldiers quickly
Keeping a technological edge over adversaries requires the Army to cut the length of time it takes to get new weapons and equipment into the hands
Fanning: Army is the service ‘most connected with America’
After two months on the job, Secretary of the Army Eric K. Fanning said a key part of his position is making the Army seem more than numbers.
Sullivan will receive AUSA's George Catlett Marshall Medal
The highest award of the Association of the U.S. Army, the George Catlett Marshall Medal, will be presented this October to retired Army Gen. Gordon R. Sullivan
AUSA Chapter Excellence Project – Creating a model for success
Chapters are the backbone of the Association of the United States Army.
Current and 3 former Army chiefs honor Sullivan for his service
Five Army chiefs of staff – the current and four former chiefs – were present June 17 for a reception marking the departure of the Association of t
AUSA rejects health care reorganization, supports 2.1% pay raise
On July 1 at AUSA headquarters we welcomed our new president and CEO, retired Gen. Carter Ham.
Ham testifies on proposed updates to Goldwater-Nichols Act
In his first week as president and CEO of the Association of the U.S. Army, retired Gen. Carter F.
AUSA Family Readiness will host 4 events in August, September
The Family Readiness Directorate of the Association of the U.S.
Maj. Gen. Ansel Stroud Jr. – National Guard leader – died July 1
Funeral services were held July 7 in Shreveport, La., for retired Louisiana National Guard Maj. Gen.
USASMA Class 66 graduates 476 students from 33 countries
Greetings from the Association of the United States Army (AUSA), our Army’s association for education and professional development, and a major sup
Defense authorization conference debates health care, pay raise, BAH
Now that both the House and Senate have passed their respective fiscal 2017 defense authorization bills, the next step is to reconcile the differen
AUSA has new 5-member Resolutions Committee
The Association of the U.S. Army has a new Resolutions Committee.