May 2011 AUSA News
May 2011 AUSA News
It’s up to Iraq now to be successful in their own future, said Secretary of the Army John McHugh."The longer-term key for success is the success of
Gen. Martin E. Dempsey was confirmed by the Senate March 16, for assignment as the next Army chief of staff.He succeeds Gen. George W.
"We’re going to transform the command into something different over the next few years … to keep our combat edge razor sharp," the commanding gener
For the first time since 1980, the Army’s physical fitness test is being overhauled.
It is hearing season on the Hill and when you walk the halls you must be alert because at this time of year a lot of "first timers" are wandering t
Picatinny Arsenal – Middle Forge: Chapter President Louise Bonnett and the vice president for publicity, Missy Nulk, along with chapter volunteers,
AUSA meets with top House lawmakers. AUSA Director of Government Affairs Bill Loper, joined other military and veterans organizations at the Capito
The Department of Defense released a nationwide survey recently to gain insight into the benefits and challenges of employing members of the guard
Hundreds of visitors to Arlington National Cemetery filed through the Memorial Amphitheater Chapel March 15 to pay respects to America’s last "Doug
The stories are too frequent: A service member, many times a single mom, is called to serve her country and is given a short time to wind down her
Panel hears testimony on TRICARE fees. Representatives of The Military Coalition of which AUSA is a member, were invited to testify March 16 before
Mark Your Calendar – MAY 1In the last issue of our monthly newspaper, AUSA NEWS, and in a story that recently appeared on the AUSA Web site under "
A survey was released in late March to thousands in the Army community asking them to take an introspective look at the service as a profession.Two
The 2011 Army Ten-Miler T-shirt Design Contest, presented by Adobe Systems, opened March 1 and will run until June 3.There will be over $5,000 in p
Lt. Col. Doug Adams, USA, Ret., president of the Association of the United States Army’s PFC William K.
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