May 2014 AUSA News
May 2014 AUSA News
You have to commit to training up front. You can never buy it back," said Lt. Gen. Joseph E.
Folks, I want to clarify my rationale for AUSA’s opposing the use of a commission to determine Army force structure.There are several reasons why I
Two recent hearings on Capitol Hill focused on pay and compensation proposals outlined in the fiscal 2015 defense budget request.
It’s a fact of life that the depth of budget reductions and the draconian way they are applied will affect military readiness and increase risk, th
The life of a military spouse has about as many moving parts as a traveling carnival: juggling deployment cycles, the bumper cars of employment and
The future of the Army and commercial industrial base as the Army nears the end of more than a dozen years of conflict was a topic of discussion du
Driverless vehicles, 3-D printers used to resupply troops, more robots and unmanned aerial vehicles were some of the topics discussed by experts du
Anti-Access/Area Denial, or A2AD, sounds like it could be a new football zone defense.But, in fact, A2AD was fleshed out by a five-member panel, in
Business leaders joined government officials for the panel discussion "Industrial Partnerships for Force 2025 and Beyond," at the Association of th
Army and industry leaders addressed attracting top talent in the "Recruiting and Retaining our Future" panel discussion at the Association of the U
Association of the United States Army (AUSA) officials announced March 27 that its 2015 Winter Symposium and Exposition will be held in Huntsville,
Leaner but still mean – if not meaner – is the future of the Army in 2025 – and the time to prepare for that future force is now."We have a consens
It’s a warfighting domain that is ever-evolving and offers no easy answers for the fight, but is becoming amore important as the Army heads into th
Partnering is our past; it is our present and it’s our future," said Lt. Gen. Patricia McQuistion, deputy commanding general, U.S.
Greetings from the Association of the United States Army (AUSA), our Army’s and our soldiers’ professional organization.I recently had the honor to
Where do we invest to ensure that today’s fifth-grader, who in the decade of 2030-2040 will be a battalion commander, will have the tools they need
To prepare the Army for tomorrow, the seeds must be planted today, according to Heidi Shyu, assistant secretary of the Army for acquisition, logist
AUSA’s Institute of Land Warfare has recently released a new publication."Comprehensive Soldier and Family Fitness: Building Resilience, Enhancing
Vision is a sense of the future.
At what point does the Army become a hollow and ineffective fighting force if the drawdown and budget cuts continue?Army leaders were asked that qu
For many months I’ve written about the problems facing our Army and our members caused by the budget crisis – especially the dangers of sequestrati
It is hearing season on the hill and AUSA has been active.In addition to AUSA President Gen. Gordon R.