Gen. David G. Perkins, commander, Army Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC); Gen. Gustave F.
As ballistic missile threats to the U.S.
A major obstacle to improving Army readiness is the inability of units to have everyone on their rosters ready to deploy together, Sgt. Maj.
Nominations to serve on the Association of the United States Army’s Council of Trustees were submitted by the national nominating committee to the
AUSA will challenge attendees at the Global Force Symposium and Exposition to think “healthy habits” by inviting them to participate in the Health
Since my last column there has been absolutely no news to report or to reflect on.
AUSA’s Arsenal of Democracy Chapter hosted a Cigar Night recently at the Jenuwine Cigar Lounge, Sterling Heights, Mich.
Members of the Association of the United States Army affirmed their support for members of the National Guard and Reserve in a meeting in Dothan, A
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What is the value of being a member of the Association of the United States Army and what do I or my soldiers get from becoming a member?
“Why should Army National Guard and Army Reserve soldiers and family members join AUSA?”
AUSA Family Readiness continued its focus on outreach to Army families by providing 12 Military Family Forums in 2016.
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American soldiers and veterans have made tremendous sacrifices for each of us, and continue to put themselves in harm’s way whenever, wherever they
Of the 3,498 service members who have received the Medal of Honor throughout U.S. history, only 88 have been black.
The Army must begin aggressively restructuring, reorganizing and modernizing to meet the challenges posed by near-peer adversaries such as Russia a
The future of networked mission command faces a number of challenges, chief among them being a current reliance on a variety of different networks
On a snow-covered golf course in Bend, Ore., Spc. Leonard Korir outkicked former Army Reservist Stanley Kebenei to the finish line to win the U.S.
The top U.S. general in South Korea warns the world has entered the “second age” of ballistic missile proliferation.