November 2012 AUSA News
November 2012 AUSA News
Baker will receive AUSA's George Catlett Marshall Medal
Dempsey: Adapt change to strategy – match changes in the world
Army Gen. Martin E.
What will the Army of tomorrow and beyond look like?
As the Army transitions away from wartime commitments, what should the strategic focus be for future challenges and what will the Army of tomorrow
AUSA to Congress: ‘Show us the money’
While Congress knows in early January that the fiscal year ends on Sept.
Talley introduces Rally Point 32 guidance to Army Reserve
Lt. Gen. Jeffrey W.
Taylor receives Bainbridge Medal
The 2012 recipient of the Sergeant Major of the Army William G.
Mendelsohn family is the 2012 AUSA Family of the Year
The Association of the United States Army Family Programs Directorate has selected Capt.
200 JROTC cadets train and learn at Camp Atterbury
More than 200 cadets from Indiana Public Schools’ Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps trained at Camp Atterbury Joint Maneuver Training Center Ju
2012 AUSA Award Winners
9 scholarships will be awarded at AUSA-ROTC Luncheon
Nine scholarships to deserving Reserve Officers’ Training Corps cadets will be presented at the Association of the United States Army’s 2012 Annual
ARMY Green Book features status reports
Featured on the cover of the 2012-2013 ARMY Magazine Green Book is Sgt.
Barnett is Army’s top AIT platoon sergeant
Nine of the Army’s very best noncommissioned officers gathered recently at Fort Eustis, Va., to compete in this year’s AIT Platoon Sergeant of the
Cadets learn important skills at Cadet Troop Leader Training
Eight Army Reserve Officers’ Training Corps cadets from colleges and universities around the country took part in Cadet Troop Leader Training with
Complex environments demand culturally adept leaders
Prior to 2001, the Army had not incorporated cultural curriculum and guidance into its general preparation and training.
Future Army leaders train today for ‘uncertain times’
As the U.S.
Green-to-Gold program seeks qualified NCOs and soldiers
Enlisted soldiers who may have an interest in furthering their Army careers by becoming commissioned officers can learn more by exploring U.S.
Marshall Foundation hosts ROTC awards seminar at VMI
Addressing the 266 George C. Marshall Army ROTC Award winners, then-Lt. Gen. Dennis L.
New initiatives critical in network testing and evaluation
AUSA’s Institute of Land Warfare recently released a new publication titled "U.S.
Nursing cadets receive valuable hands-on training
While typical cadets run, jump and work together during the Leadership Development and Assessment Course (LDAC), Reserve Officers’ Training Corps n
Roundtable focuses on sequestration
AUSA on the Hill.
St. Thomas Academy wins JROTC academic bowl
Like an athletic team in the clutch, there’s something about the fourth quarter that elevated Saint Thomas Academy from a great academic team to a