January 2013 AUSA News
January 2013 AUSA News
Soldier for Life, a new Army initiative, is a holistic approach to the military life cycle career of a soldier.The U.S.
With 100,000 soldiers expected to leave the military in the next five years, the Army is revamping its Transition Assistance Program to help both d
"Our profession is built on the bedrock of trust," the Army chief of staff, Gen. Ray Odierno, said."Trust is earned.
The Army is working diligently to prevent war in the future through select Army units, partnered with allies and specific nations around the globe;
The wars in Iraq and Afghanistan provided "tremendous battlelabs" for Army special operations forces (SOF), Lt.
The commanding general of the U.S.
At first blush, the Rapid Armored Tactical Vehicle looks like others of its type – a flat paint job – in this case, black; big military-grade tires
The rate of suicides among soldiers is of the utmost concern and has major effects on units as well as families, Army Assistant Secretary for Manpo
At an isolated forward operating base (FOB) in Afghanistan, helicopters would fly in once a week to deliver 800 gallons of fuel.Of that, 600 gallon
AUSA’s Institute of Land Warfare has released a new Defense Report titled "Army Total Force Policy: Fully Integrating the Operational Reserve" (Def
With the emphasis on blast protection to mitigate the damage inflicted by improvised explosive devices (IEDs), one manufacturer believes it is prod
With the heavy presence of military, government and civilian personnel in hot spots like Afghanistan and the Middle East, the need for vehicles tha
As far as professional forums and trade shows go, exhibitors’ offerings at the Association of the United States Army Annual Meeting and Exposition
When Lisa Hallett’s husband John, an Army company commander in the 1-17 Stryker Battalion, was killed in Afghanistan three years ago, she instincti
The three companies who won the contract to develop prototype replacements for the Humvee each made their respective cases as to why their designs
Yet again I must report that defense appropriations legislation remains unfinished more than two months after the beginning of the new fiscal year.
While laser-based firearms training simulators have long proven their worth for safety and effectiveness, they still are costly and often limited t
The Army is undertaking a process of looking at its potential needs 30 years into the future to determine what science and technology (S&T) eff
Under the strain of more than a decade of war, the Army is increasing its focus on the health of soldiers, their families and veterans.It is traini
Since the first unmanned robots debuted on the battlefield in Bosnia in 1999, the devices have more than proved their worth in a variety of mission
With the Stryker armored fighting vehicle having proven its track record under the most severe combat conditions since its introduction in 2002, Ge
Emotional pain is real, the Army surgeon general told a group of soldiers, family members and family readiness group leaders in Washington, D.C.
The opportunities and challenges cyberspace presents have changed not only the way the world operates, but also the Army, officials said Oct.
The chief of the Army Reserve told a special seminar at the Association of the United States Army’s Annual Meeting and Exposition: "We’re going to