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AUSA News September 2017

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“See you in September,” said the House and Senate as they departed Washington for their annual August recess. Before they left, the House passed its version of the fiscal 2018 National Defense Authorization Act. Despite the Senate leadership’s best...
Acquisition and sustainment experts laid out a series of challenges for Army network development in a panel discussion during the Association of the U.S. Army’s Hot Topic forum on Army Networks. “When you look at the Army network, there aren’t two,...
Twenty-eight AUSA chapter presidents, two chapter presidents-elect, two region presidents and one state president attended a two-and-a-half-day training program focusing on association membership and chapter operations. Attendees were welcomed to...
Capitol Hill
September is likely to be a memorable month in Congress. Unfortunately, not in a good way. There are only 12 legislative days when the House and Senate are both scheduled to be in session after their return to Washington on Sept. 5. So far the House...
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The M3 Bradley Fighting Vehicle that led the charge from Kuwait into Baghdad in 2003 has once again served as the lead vehicle advancing on a vital objective. This time the objective was the campus of the National Museum of the United States Army (...
“Building Readiness: America’s Army from the Great War to Multi-Domain Battle,” the theme of the Association of the United States Army’s 2017 Annual Meeting and Exposition, Oct. 9–11, will set the tone for speeches, industry and military exhibits,...
Greetings from the Association of the United States Army (AUSA), our Army’s and our soldiers’ professional organization. Across the Army and around the world, Army leaders, soldiers, Army civilians, retired soldiers, veterans, industry leaders and...
The AUSA Family Readiness Directorate is proud to host three Military Family Forums at the 2017 Annual Meeting. These forums provide a venue for the military and civilian leadership to address Army family issues and introduce new organizations,...
During the weeklong celebration of the 101st Airborne Division’s 75th anniversary, soldiers and community members were invited to witness the inauguration of a champion of Fort Campbell at Division Headquarters. The Champions of Fort Campbell...
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The deputy to the commanding general, U.S. Army Security Assistance Command, Robert L. Moore, was the guest speaker at the 4th Annual Department of the Army Civilian Leadership Summit at Redstone Arsenal. The event, sponsored by the Redstone –...
Joint and coalition partners must train together on the use of their military communications networks whenever possible to build familiarity and to identify incompatibilities well in advance of when those networks will be needed during actual...
President Donald J. Trump presented the Medal of Honor to former Spc. 5 James McCloughan during a White House ceremony July 31. McCloughan, a medic and a Vietnam veteran, was one of 89 soldiers in Company C, 3rd Battalion, 21st Infantry Regiment,...
William H. Brown, Harris Corporation’s chairman, president, and CEO, has been nominated to serve on the Association of the U.S. Army’s Council of Trustees. Brown has served as president and CEO of Harris since November 2011 and was elected chairman...