January 2011 AUSA News
January 2011 AUSA News
President Barack Obama presented the Medal of Honor Nov. 16 to the first active duty service member in nearly 40 years.Staff Sgt.
The Army chief of staff told the Senate Armed Services Committee he would not recommend the immediate repeal of the 17-year-old law banning gays an
The Association of the United States Army is urging Congress "to authorize and fund a force of at least 700,000 soldiers on active duty status, dra
President Barack Obama said he was reviewing the recommendations of his deficit reduction commission in a search to "correct our fiscal course."The
Although I had hoped to report that defense authorization and appropriations legislation is, at last, complete, partisan wrangling has prevented an
President Barack Obama should receive a report on a review of his Afghanistan policy next month, a senior administration official said Nov.
The Association of the United States Army’s Arizona Territorial Chapter sponsored its annual Armed Forces Career Officers’ Day Luncheon Nov.
In releasing its report on the shooting at Fort Hood in November 2009, Army Secretary John McHugh said.
The Army is attempting to speed up and streamline its acquisition processes to allow for more effective modernization of the force, senior leaders
The command responsible for producing 60 percent of the Army’s new officers each year unfurled its flag and officially staked the colors Nov.
The commanding general of the Maneuver Center of Excellence contrasted today’s Army with the service several decades back and concluded "In the ind
The command sergeant major of I Corps said that a very good reason for a broad-based study of the profession of arms now is to close the gap betwee
"True professionals are servants" and experts in what they do, who derive their satisfaction for "a job well done," a senior fellow at the Center f
If the total Army is to remain combat ready after the drawdown in Iraq, it must get the dwell time between deployments to at least twice the time g
The Army is investigating the possibility that a single grave at Arlington National Cemetery was used as a dumping site for a number of cremated re
The Army is implementing a variety of programs to improve soldiers’ "resiliency," or ability to deal with stress from combat or elsewhere, Army lea
The Army is increasingly calling upon its Civilian Corps to assume greater levels of responsibility and accountability at organizations throughout
CW5 Wade Lavron told a professional development forum for warrant officers that this was his second time at an Association of the United States Arm
AUSA’s Institute of Land Warfare recently published two Torchbearer Issue Papers: "New Educational Opportunities for Soldiers and Families" (Torchb
Command Sgt. Maj. Robert C.
Forty American Gold Star Mothers made their annual pilgrimage to Washington to honor the memory of sons and daughters who served and died in the U.
The 116th Cavalry Brigade Combat Team (CBCT), United States Division – Center, assumed command Dec.
The Army is working on a variety of initiatives to ensure that its human resources remain strong and resilient even after nine years of conflict,
President Barack Obama is proposing a two-year freeze on federal civilian employee pay, a move that he said would save $2 billion over the rest of
Force protection against a classified list of threats, a nine-soldier capacity, full-spectrum-operations capability and on-time delivery within sev
Gen. George W. Casey Jr., Army chief of staff, and his wife, Sheila, honored military family survivors at the fourth Military Family Forum Oct.