AUSA to Move Ahead With 2023 Annual Meeting

AUSA to Move Ahead With 2023 Annual Meeting

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The Association of the U.S. Army will hold its 2023 Annual Meeting and Exposition Oct. 9–11 even if there is a government shutdown.

“We believe AUSA’s core mission of supporting America’s Army is too important to risk,” said retired Gen. Bob Brown, AUSA president and CEO. “This is critical for Army transformation. We cannot lose momentum.”

Another reason to press ahead with the event is the high level of interest AUSA has received, Brown said. “More than 22,000 people have already registered, and exhibit space is sold out,” he said. “International interest is also strong, with 16 chief of staff-equivalents from our international friends and partners attending. We’ll have the doors open.”

With a theme of “Be All You Can Be,” the annual meeting will take place at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C. Attendance at the event is free, but registration is required.

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