AUSA News - June 2018
AUSA News - June 2018
Focus Areas: Fund, maintain, sustain, modernize Army
The Association of the U.S. Army’s leadership recently approved the 2018 Focus Areas.
Learning destination, shipping services – new member benefits
As a professional development association, AUSA’s newest member benefit through edX is a perfect fit.
Defense Authorization Act clears HASC, goes to full House
The fiscal 2019 National Defense Authorization Act cleared another hurdle May 10, when it passed out of the House Armed Services Committee on a 60-
Lessons in Leadership highlights World War II, Vietnam, beyond
John R. Deane Jr. had a remarkable career in the U.S. Army – fighting in World War II under Gen.
Blackwolf 22 tank crew’s 4 soldiers win 2018 Sullivan Cup
Greetings from the Association of the United States Army (AUSA), our Army’s association for education and professional development, and a major sup
Military culinary experts – No longer ‘spoons’ or ‘cooks’
Fort Lee, Va., hosted the 43rd Annual Joint Culinary Training Exercise (JCTE) in March.
Army/Air Guard winners join ‘All Guard’ Marathon Team
More than 160 Army and Air National Guard soldiers and airmen from 45 states and two territories competed in the 41st Annual Lincoln National Guard
1st Special Forces Group (Airborne) soldiers are top snipers
There are shooting and marksmanship competitions around the world, and then there is the annual United States Army Special Operations Command Inter
Soldiers from 3rd BCT, 101st Airborne Div., are Best Sappers
Two soldiers of the 3rd Brigade Combat Team “Rakkasan,” 101st Airborne Division, proudly received the 2018 Best Sapper trophy, beating out 39 other
The Army’s Best Mortar Team is a ‘tight knit’ soldier family
Afour-man team from the 82nd Airborne Division, Fort Bragg, N.C., captured the Best Mortar Team Trophy during the inaugural Best Mortar Competition
The Old Guard Monument dedicated at Fort Myer ceremony
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Army Signal Classification Challenge: Cut through the noise
Digitally speaking, it’s loud out there.
Get new equipment into the warfighter’s hands faster
Two relatively new initiatives are cutting costs and reducing the time it takes to get new equipment into the hands of warfighters, said Army logis
Clifford Crivello, Army civilian employee, recognized
Navigating the budget process for any government system must be a daunting task, let alone making any significant change, but it appears it can be
UNCW becomes AUSA Braxton Bragg Chapter subchapter
The University of North Carolina at Wilmington (UNCW) is now the first university subchapter of the Braxton Bragg Chapter of the Association of the