Army readiness is a must for potential multiple adversary threats
Kicking off the Association of the U.S. Army’s 2016 Global Force Symposium and Exposition, Gen. Dennis Via, commanding general, U.S.
Murphy: AUSA is ‘strongest association supporting our Army’
Acting Secretary of the Army Patrick J. Murphy praised the Association of the U.S.
Preston salutes ROTC’s 100th anniversary at cadet luncheon
Greetings from the Association of the United States Army (AUSA), our Army’s association for education and professional development, and a major sup
Experts say military families deserve the best possible health care
Military health care reform poses many challenges and opportunities warned a panel of experts at the Association of the U.S.
Ensure soldiers are ready to engage in any situation, at any time
Lt. Gen. Larry D.
Army athletes, coach of the year honored at AUSA symposium
Three soldiers, selected as the 2015 Army athletes and coach of the year, were honored at the Association of the U.S.
Army’s ‘Big 8’ will provide future overmatch against enemies
The Army’s "Big 8" initiative will serve as a guide for the next generation of required capabilities to help the current and future Army
Redstone-Huntsville Chapter hosts young professionals event
With music playing, craft beer flowing and pizza for all, AUSA’s Redstone-Huntsville Chapter kicked off the Association’s Global Force Sy
Army units must be ‘surge-ready and rotationally-focused’
Most soldiers who have been in the Army over the last 13 years have deployed at least once.
McMaster, Hix: Army may now be too small to do its mission
As the Army draws down in size to just 980,000 across the total force, one consideration must b