January 2014 AUSA News
January 2014 AUSA News
AKO transition affects retirees, families
The pending Army Knowledge Online (AKO) Transition will affect over 350,000 retirees and annuitants’ myPay accounts.These Defense Finance and Accou
Army’s elite soldiers compete in 2013 Best Warrior Competition
From the pre-dawn hours to after the sun dipped below the horizon, the Army’s finest warriors were pushed to their limits both physically and menta
Army must partner with private companies in today’s economy
Budget-strapped, the Army hopes to save money by shifting more of its non-core operations to commercial providers, senior Army leaders said at an A
Best Warrior Competition: Manella top NCO, Christenson top soldier
Breakdown in ‘unit trust’ leads to Mahmudiyah rape, killings
The breakdown in unit trust was key in facilitating events leading up to and following the infamous Mahmudiyah killings in Iraq, Pfc.
Brooks initiates ‘pathway of activity’ in Asia-Pacific region
Countries throughout the Asia-Pacific region are "excited by our increased participation here," said the Army component commander for that area."We
Competing soldiers face grueling mental and physical challenges
Connolly inducted into the Georgia Military Veterans’ Hall of Fame
Sgt. Maj. of the Army William A.
Dunwoody elected to Association’s Council of Trustees
The Association of the United States Army’s Council of Trustees elected Gen. Ann E.
House and Senate negotiating crucial DoD funding legislation
Yet again I must report that defense appropriations legislation remains incomplete more than two months after the beginning of the new fiscal year.
Much needed sequestration relief is coming
AUSA on the Hill. AUSA’s vice president for education, Lt. Gen.
New ROTC curriculum, training dubbed ‘Bold Transformation’
When Maj. Gen.
Sullivan: Increase humanitarian aid, peacekeeping and stability operations
In an ever-changing world, demand for United States involvement in humanitarian assistance and stability operations will increase, said a former Ar
Three Land Warfare Papers presented at AUSA Annual Meeting
Three Land Warfare Papers published by AUSA’s Institute of Land Warfare (ILW) were selected for presentation by their authors during the Associatio
Veterans Writing Project – “Every Veteran has a Story’
As a soldier in Afghanistan, Ron Capps regularly saw the dead.For many soldiers it’s an unavoidable consequence of combat.But for Capps, in 2002 as