Where we stand. House and Senate conference negotiations on the fiscal 2017 Defense Authorization Bill will resume when Congress r
AUSA News, the Association’s monthly newspaper for members, will transition to an exclusively digital publication in 2017.
The Association of the U.S. Army is elevating the attention paid to soldier, NCO and family issues by putting retired Sgt. Maj.
September will be a critical month on Capitol Hill. After Labor Day, Congress will return from a lengthy seven-week recess.
“America’s Army: Ready Today, Preparing for the Future,” the theme of the Association of the United States Army’s 2016 Annual Meeting and Expositio
Tickets are now on sale for Association of the U.S. Army events during the 2016 Annual Meeting and Exposition, Oct. 3 to 5, at the Walter E.
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Greetings from the Association of the United States Army (AUSA), our Army’s and our soldiers’ professional organization.
Twenty-six AUSA chapter presidents and four region presidents attended an Association two-and-a-half day training program focusing on membership an
President Barack Obama awarded retired Army Lt. Col. Charles Kettles the Medal of Honor during a White House Ceremony on Monday, July 18.
Army combat medics live by a creed of trust.
The value of Civil Affairs (CA) has become increasingly apparent – it remains a national strategic capability that consolidates political-military
Breathtakingly swift advances in cyber threats, capabilities and technology will heavily impact the Army’s efforts to develop its network for both
Due to the speed of emerging threats and the exponential growth of the cyber domain, it is critical that the Army maintains a quality signal, cyber
The Army is on track for a February launch of the first advanced individual training cyber course for enlisted soldiers as discussions continue about working with private-sector companies on long-term training.
Despite budget cuts, network acquisition and modernization must remain key aspects of readiness – the Army’s number one priority.
The Joint Information Environment (JIE) will provide much-needed additional security and efficiency for military cyber operations, experts said at