October 2015 AUSA News
October 2015 AUSA News
McMaster: Innovation is the key to future Army capabilities
The Army hasn’t shifted from a long-held doctrine of avoiding fair fights, but keeping a combat edge requires faster innovation, according to Lt.
Milley pledges: We will remain ready to fight today and tomorrow
Continued freedom in America requires a continued commitment to maintaining strong, equipped, well-led and well-trained ground forces, the Army’s 3
Soldier 2016 pay cap set; Pentagon fears funding, policy disruptions
With Congress due to return facing just 10 legislative days before the start of the fiscal year, President Barack Obama has taken pre-emptive actio
Panetta will receive AUSA Marshall Medal for service to nation
Former Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta will receive the 2015 George Catlett Marshall Medal, the highest award presented by the Association of the
2015 AUSA Award Winners
he General Creighton W. Abrams Medal for exceptional service to the United States Army is awarded to Gen. William F.
Association honors the 2015 AUSA Volunteer Family of the Year
The Association of the United States Army selected Sgt.
AUSA’s Swan reappointed to FEMA’s National Advisory Council
Lt. Gen. Guy C.
Patrick Murphy nominated as under secretary of the Army
President Barack Obama has nominated Patrick J.
ROTC: 100 years of producing America’s leaders, 1916-2016
Next summer we will mark the 100th Anniversary of the Army Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC), and I’m both impressed with and proud of the ma
Sgt. Maj. David G. Martinez receives AUSA’s Bainbridge Medal
Greetings from the Association of the United States Army (AUSA), our Army’s and our soldiers’ professional organization.This year we recognize a gr
We mourn the loss of SFC Ron Taylor, Fourth Region president
The Association of the U.S.
First two female soldiers earn coveted Army Ranger tabs
For the first two women who earned the Ranger tab, attending the Ranger School was all about honing leadership skills and being better leaders for
Green Book: Army status reports
The 2015-2016 issue of ARMY Magazine’s Green Book takes a close look at the accomplishments and challenges facing the U.S.
New ILW publications focus on expeditionary force, innovation
The Association of the United States Army’s Institute of Land Warfare has released two new publications."The U.S.
Walter Kaye, N. Y. Army civilian aide and philanthropist, dies at 96
Walter Kaye, civilian aide to the secretary of the Army for New York South, died on July 26.