Multi-Domain Battlefield is built on expanding capabilities
The Multi-Domain Battlefield operating concept that is shaping the Army’s future includes two big challenges: how to sustain a force in a fluid, fa
AUSA needs your input to formulate our 2017 resolutions
Election Day came and went, the votes were cast and we have a new President-elect.
Cyberspace: Linked to readiness, ‘creates vexing set of challenges’
The ability to dominate cyberspace operations is “inextricably linked to Army readiness,” says Gen. Daniel B. Allyn, the U.S.
Fort Campbell Chapter event: Command climate, job satisfaction
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‘Social media-savvy soldiers’ are key to fighting in future battlefields
Young, social media-savvy soldiers may be the linchpin in commanders’ efforts to use cyber networks to throw virtual effects at enemies in future b
Army moves to ‘attract young people … to work in cyber’
With cyber domain operations playing an increasingly important role in the Army’s future, attracting, recruiting and retaining quality soldiers is
Redstone-Huntsville Chapter honors Sgt. 1st Class Lee Dalton
One of Redstone Arsenal’s top enlisted soldiers was honored recently with a leadership award presented by the Redstone-Huntsville Chapter of the As
100,000 member goal – Recruit one more AUSA member
Gen. Carter F.
Upgrade ground combat platforms to face battlefield lethality
One of the Army’s chief strategists warns of an “urgent” need to upgrade Army ground combat platforms to respond to the increased lethality of the
Brown warns: ‘We have to be ready to fight tonight’ in Pacific
The U.S Army must be ready to fight at any time in the largest, and arguably the most complex, region of the world, Gen.
AUSA to Congress: Pass defense bills before the end of the year
Another stopgap measure ahead? Unless you live on another planet, you know how the race for the White House turned out.
Managing personal, family financial readiness is a challenge
The end of large-scale combat deployments that have dominated military life for over a decade may resurrect another old, familiar stressor for sold
Preston: ‘Soldier for Life has been huge’ helping veterans find jobs
Aslow-growing economy continues to be good for veterans, who experienced an overall unemployment rate of 4.3 percent in September.
Ham signs ESGR support statement; Stage honored for service
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