AUSA Simplifies Membership Fees, Offers 2-Year Discount

Tuesday, January 19, 2016

The Association of the U.S. Army has announced a new, streamlined membership fee structure, one that allows new and renewing members to pay $30 for a two-year membership and $50 for a five-year membership.

The cost of an AUSA Life membership is $300. A discounted rate of $10 for two years is available for E-1s to E-4s, and for U.S. Military Academy and ROTC cadets.

AUSA is a 66-year-old educational nonprofit organization supporting the Army, including soldiers and civilian workers, all active and reserve component members, veterans and retirees, defense industry partners and family members.

“Now more than ever, America’s Army needs AUSA, and AUSA needs your membership support,” said retired Sgt. Maj. of the Army Kenneth O. Preston, director of AUSA’s Noncommissioned Officer and Soldier Programs, noting the turbulent times facing the Army and the many national security risks facing the United States.

AUSA hosts national and local programs, including professional development forums and exhibitions. Membership includes subscriptions to the nationally recognized ARMY magazine and AUSA News, and weekly email updates about Army-related news and events.