December 2012 AUSA News
December 2012 AUSA News
In accepting the Association of the United States Army’s highest award, the George Catlett Marshall Medal for service to the nation, former Secreta
While the Army continues to ensure its nearly 60,000 soldiers in Afghanistan are trained and equipped for their combat mission, it also must prepar
Reacting to criticism of some expensive government conferences that has resulted in limited participation at this year’s Association of the United
The Army’s top leaders stressed the need to maintain a balance between the active and reserve components during a time of declining budgets, while
The Association of the United States Army, in conjunction with the National Guard Association of the United States and the Reserve Officers Associa
By the time you read this, American citizens will have elected a president to serve for the next four years and a new Congress.Regardless of who wi
AUSA’s Institute of Land Warfare has recently released two new publications.The first, "Capability Set Production and Fielding: Enhancing the U.S.
The Army must continue to address challenges abroad and internally, according to the Army vice chief of staff, Gen. Lloyd J.
Twenty-four of the Army’s finest warriors converged at Fort Lee, Va., to engage in a fast-paced and intense battle against themselves and each othe
The hard-won experience the Army gained over the past decade in Iraq and Afghanistan will help the service adapt to the new security environment of
Sgt. Maj. of the Army Raymond F.
The Army civilian workforce grew by about 50,000 since the terrorist attacks of 2001, and like their uniformed colleagues, the workforce faces cuts
Preparing soldiers for the Army of 2020 means restructuring a critical link in the Noncommissioned Officer Education System.
In a town hall meeting with Army spouses, the Army chief of staff, Gen.
Spc. Saral Shrestha and Staff Sgt.
With over 30,000 registered runners, the 28th Army Ten-Miler took place Oct.
The vaunted U.S. government "pivot" to Asia is in fact a return to normal for the Army, with its long history in the region, Lt. Gen. Francis J.
The Army has no intention of returning to "tiered readiness" as it winds down operations in Afghanistan and looks to its future, the commanding gen
The U.S. military is a learning and growing entity, and young officers must be flexible enough to lead their organizations, the commander of U.S.
The Army is looking to improve its professionalism, specifically through defining clear parameters for standards and discipline, according to Sgt.
Whether someone absorbs a hit by an improvised explosive device (IED) or a charging linebacker, the effect can be devastating on the human brain.Kn