March 2011 AUSA News
March 2011 AUSA News
In May 2010, Defense Secretary Robert Gates announced he had ordered the Pentagon to conduct a top-to-bottom review of the military bureaucracy in
White House officials released a report Jan.
The Veterans Affairs Department is on its way to eliminating its claims-processing backlog within four years, a senior VA official said in mid Dece
The Army’s 27th Annual Army Ten-Miler, the third largest 10-mile race in the world, is set for Oct.
I recently received a great letter from Staff Sgt. Michael D. Harms that was forwarded to me by Col. Randy L.
A commission of retired officers, senior noncommissioned officers and civilians charged with evaluating Defense Department policies to ensure they
Nominations to serve on the Association of the United States Army’s Council of Trustees were submitted by the national nominating committee to the
Gen. Gordon R.
If it continues on its current path, North Korea could be a "direct threat" to the United States in five years or less, Defense Secretary Robert M.
AUSA Family Programs often partners with other associations or groups to provide assistance to families for the various challenges we know they are
The longest-running high school all-star game in the nation was played out in front of a nationally televised audience Jan. 8, when the U.S.
I began the January column with the news that neither a defense authorization nor a defense appropriations bill had been signed.I am happy to repor
It generally takes four years to develop a Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC) cadet. It took about a minute Jan.
Oversight plan for House defense panel released. The House Armed Services Committee recently released its draft oversight plan for the 112th Congre
AUSA’s Institute of Land Warfare (ILW) recently published a Defense Report on the Declaration on Defense and Security Co-operation, a defense treat
TRICARE 26 program "on fast track." The Department of Defense announced details of the premium-based TRICARE Young Adult Program (TYAP) which exten