June 2014 AUSA News
June 2014 AUSA News
Odierno to Senate: ‘We must make tough but necessary choices’
The Army chief of staff told senators "tough" choices must be made in uncertain fiscal times, and up to 46 percent of active brigade combat teams m
Army needs another Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) in 2017
The Army needs another round of Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) in 2017 to reduce excess infrastructure and optimize the force under budgetary
Cyberspace security poses an ‘enormous challenge’ for the Army
The Army in Cyberspace" (National Security Watch, May 5, 2014) examines cyberspace and how the Army is developing cyberspace capabilities.After mor
Lt. Gen. Jerry Sinn appointed AUSA VP for finance, administration
The Association of the United States Army’s Council of Trustees voted unanimously at its April 28 meeting to appoint Lt. Gen.
25th Infantry Division Team wins the 2014 Best Ranger Competition
For the first time since 1995, a team representing the 25th Infantry Division took home top honors at the David E. Grange Jr.
Army Reserve citizen-soldiers provide critical skills to the Army
Greetings from the Association of the United States Army (AUSA), our Army’s and our soldiers’ professional organization.As we celebrate the Army’s
101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) conducts Exercise Golden Eagle
The 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) holds a unique position as the only air assault division in the world.As an air assault-focused unit, the
3 Fort Hood soldiers: ‘Their passing shakes our soul’
For the second time since a mass shooting at Fort Hood, Texas, five years ago, President Barack Obama returned to the Army post April 9 to again pa
Active Army restructuring from 510,000 to 490,000 soldiers
The Army is restructuring from 510,000 active duty soldiers to 490,000 in a number of ways.
AUSA council elects trustees, appoints Advisory Board members
The Association of the United States Army’s Council of Trustees re-elected five members to serve on the Association’s council – AUSA’s governing bo
AUSA symposium, exposition focuses on ‘Land Power in the Pacific’
The Association of the U.S.
Brad R. Carson sworn in as 31st Under Secretary of the Army
Secretary of the Army John McHugh swore in Brad R.
Chandler lists soldiers’ top 5 concerns for members of Congress
Possible changes to military retirement benefits ranks as the number-one concern of Soldiers, the Army’s top enlisted member told senators.Sgt.
Chapters, members will submit proposed resolutions to committee
AUSA chapters and members are encouraged to submit proposed resolutions to the 2014 AUSA Resolutions Committee for consideration.Prior to the Assoc
Multilateral cooperation, joint training in Asia-Pacific region are essential
Gen. Vincent K. Brooks, U.S.
National resolutions committee represents cross section of AUSA
The AUSA Council of Trustees approved the 2014 Resolutions Committee membership at its spring meeting.Lt. Col.
Project Sanctuary’s goal: ‘From battle ready to family ready’
The mental health of our nation’s heroes is troubling, to say the least.
Resolutions form AUSA’s 2015 platform – Your input is needed
As a member-based professional association, AUSA annually solicits proposed resolutions from its membership.Throughout the spring and summer months
Sullivan to sergeants major: 'You represent a proud legacy'
The 32nd Army chief of staff, Gen. Gordon R.
Bender’s book focuses on knowing about and taking care of veterans
The most important thing author Bryan Bender learned while writing his recently released book, "You Are Not Forgotten: The Story of a Lost World Wa
Dr. Rob Havers selected George C. Marshall Foundation president
Following an extensive national search, Dr. Rob Havers has been selected president of the George C.
Region presidents at AUSA HQ
Region presidents and AUSA leaders met recently at the Association’s national headquarters. They are, left to right: Lt. Gen.