(Editor’s note: The following is an edited speech delivered by Gen. Carter F.
The 2016 Annual Meeting and Exposition of the Association of the U.S. Army concluded Oct. 5 with retired Army Gen. Gordon R.
If the nation wants the Army to do all of the things it is being called on to do today, “you have to pay for it,” Army Secretary Eric K.
In a global environment of rapid technological, societal and demographic changes, the U.S.
Spc. Robert Miller is the Army’s 2016 Soldier of the Year, and Sgt.
The 2016 AUSA Annual Meeting and Exposition was once again a fun-filled, action packed week for AUSA members that included a number of first-time e
The Army needs help from congressional staff members to explain the short-term damage that results from operating with only temporary spending, Sec
On the third and final day of the Association of the U.S.
On January 20, 1941, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt said in his third Inaugural Address:
After years of assurance aimed at maintaining European confidence in the U.S., “it’s all about deterrence” again, said Lt. Gen.
The nation is facing a complex security environment driven by four nation state challenges and the threat of violent extremism, and that has major
Exhibitors big and small, foreign and domestic were part of the Association of the U.S.
Three days after pinning on his fourth star, the new commander of the Army Materiel Command spoke to high school and college students about his ris
Supporting operations abroad as well as hometown infrastructure improvements earned honors for reserve component units from South Dakota and Minnes
The civilian workers of the Department of the Army were lauded at a luncheon on the third and final day of the Association of the U.S.
Sgt. Augustus Maiyo led his fellow soldiers to snatch the top five places in the 32nd running of the Army Ten-Miler on Sunday, Oct 9.
With the Army’s reduction in size over the last several years across all three components, and a continued reduction for at least the next two
The Army warrant officer community is concerned that it lacks a single voice to represent it at the senior Army levels during the development of th
The Army Rapid Capabilities Office was created because “our adversaries have been modernizing” while the Army was waging a counter-insurgency fight
From the rising nuclear threat posed by North Korea to Russian cyber hacks, from migration to terrorism to climate change, the U.S.