AUSA testimony – chapter, member efforts addressed 2016 goals
As we head into the 2017 legislative cycle, here’s a recap of a very busy 2016.
Irzyk explains performance of American tanks in World War II
Greetings from the Association of the United States Army (AUSA), our Army’s and our soldiers’ professional organization.
Milley: Army readiness improving, ‘but we are not there yet’
Army Chief of Staff Gen. Mark A.
Organize and equip the force to face cyberspace challenges
New personnel and career management policies are needed to help the Army continue to effectively build and shape its cyber force, the former chief
Members speak: Pearl Harbor
AUSA’s ‘Profile of the U.S. Army’ delivered to new Hill members
As we begin 2017, your AUSA Government Affairs team is getting our exercise on Capitol Hill.
Vet Tix provides soldiers, veterans and families event tickets
Army life has its challenges.
Redstone chapter salutes National Guard, signs ESGR agreement
“Always ready, always there.”
New AMPV provides soldiers more size, power, cooling, mobility
The first armored multi-purpose vehicle (AMPV) has rolled off the production line in York, Pa.
Trump names Vincent Viola as his nominee for Army secretary
“I am proud to have such an incredibly accomplished and selfless individual as Vincent Viola,” then-President-elect Donald Trump said in a statemen
100 years: All American Division paratroopers defend our freedom
Formed in 1917 for entry into World War I, the 82nd Airborne Division is one of the most celebrated units in the U.S. Army.
Carter, Hagel open Pentagon corridor honoring Vietnam veterans
Secretary of Defense Ash Carter, along with former Defense Secretary and Vietnam veteran Chuck Hagel, provided remarks before cutting the ribbon an
AUSA staff reorganized to take on membership challenges
The Association of the U.S. Army is beginning 2017 with some staff changes and a new set of challenges.
Woodfill chapter raises funds for VA hospitals, guard soldiers
The Association of the U.S.
Army All-American Bowl honors, mentors high school athletes
The day before Jaelan Phillips played in the Army All-American Bowl, where he would be watched by millions, the college football prospect took part