Milley: Readiness, with needed modernization, is top priority
Rebuilding Army readiness will take years, with sweeping technological advances that could change how wars are fought not appearing until 2025 and beyond.
Commission: Army readiness, size, mix of force are crucial issues
The National Commission on the Future of the Army (NCFA) made its recommendations public Jan. 28 at the Hall of States in Washington, D.C.
In chaotic world, strong American land power has intrinsic value
Director Government Affairs
I write this, the president has just released his last budget request.
2016 AUSA new and renewing member dues are reduced
Association of the U.S.
ACP assists veterans transitioning from military service to civilian workforce
American Corporate Partners (ACP) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to assisting U.S.
Pentagon budget targets TRICARE and military retirement
The Department of Defense budget request for fiscal 2017, formally unveiled Feb.
Lawmakers consider POSTURE Act to stop Army troop cuts
he House Armed Services Committee is considering bipartisan legislation to prevent the Regular Army from dropping below 480,000 soldiers, a level 5
Maintaining forward presence with partners and allies is essential
Today and in future conflicts, the U.S.
Mann: Demand for Army air and missile defense is growing
Demand for air and missile defense capabilities continues to increase as a result of threats big and small, the commanding general of the U.S.
Operational environment presents challenges to AMD force
Improving security and training, conducting expeditionary maneuver operations, ensuring interoperability and integrating fires are among the key ch
Sullivan: Stop, reverse Army force structure cuts
The recently released report from the National Commission on the Future of the U.S.
32nd Annual Army Ten Miler follows AUSA Annual Meeting
The 32nd Annual Army Ten-Miler, the third largest 10-mile race in the world, will take place on Sunday, Oct.
AUSA Council of Trustees nominations are submitted to executive committee
Nominations to serve on the Association the U. S.
Long-term stability, security in Africa essential to America
USA’s Institute of Land Warfare (ILW) has recently released a new publication.
Networked mission command is still ‘a work in progress’
The goal of achieving an expeditionary, uninterrupted mission command network is taking shape but is still "a work in progress," said Brig. Gen.