July 2015 AUSA News
July 2015 AUSA News
Vice Chief: Army could ‘divest’ more weapons, equipment
The Army is moving to divest itself from nonessential weapons and equipment in hopes of saving billions that can be put to use paying for higher pr
Brooks at LANPAC symposium: ‘Significant hazards remain’ in Pacific
The Army’s top commander in the Pacific launched a three-day symposium in Honolulu saying much progress has been made building new and enhanced par
FORSCOM’s Milley nominated to be Army’s 39th chief of staff
Gen. Mark Milley, commander of U.S.
Sullivan: ‘Gen. Mark Milley is an excellent choice’ for Army chief
Gen. Gordon R.
ILW Defense Report: Creating unit readiness more efficiently
"Building Readiness to Sustain Global Responsiveness and Regional Engagement" (Defense Report 15-2, April 2015) delineates the requirement for an A
Best Scout Squad Competition tests mental, technical, tactical skills
Greetings from the Association of the United States Army (AUSA), our Army’s and our soldiers’ professional organization.The 2nd Annual William J.
Defense appropriations, authorization process has begun
The annual slog to completion of the defense authorization and appropriation legislation has begun.
Military families – Vacationing for vacation’s sake is now the norm
When my daughter was in the 6th grade, she was the recipient of the Daughters of the American Revolution Award for History.In her acceptance speech
LANPAC Senior NCO Panel – We must work together
Joint and multinational military exercises and operations put a premium on U.S.
Information assurance, cyber activities top LANPAC list
After three days of panels, exhibits and meetings between government and industry representatives, the third annual Land Power in the Pacific Sympo
Odierno: Important Army end-strength issue is still ‘up in the air’
When the Army’s chief of staff retires this August, he said one thing he will be leaving for his successor is the unfinished business of how big th
Congress accepts major military retirement overhaul
Legislation recently approved by the Senate Armed Services Committee (SASC) would, if it became law, fundamentally change the current military reti
Army Ten-Miler GEICO dinner features senior enlisted leaders
Army Ten-Miler and GEICO officials announced that runners attending the Army Ten-Miler’s Pre-Race GEICO Pasta Dinner are in for a special event and